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Jan 13 This Years GRAMMYs Performers Announced

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards will take place in Los Angeles on Sunday February 8th and the first list of performers have just been announced. This year sees some of the biggest names in music nominated including Beyoncé, Sam Smith and Pharrell. Performers to take the stage at the Staples Centre will include Album Of The Year nominee Ed Sheeran and first time nominee Ariana Grande along with veterans AC/DC and Madonna. See the list of performers below, with more to be announced soon: Ariana Grande Ed Sheeran Madonna AC/DC Eric Church

Jan 09 The Tracklist For The Fifty Shades of Grey Movie Has Landed

As women across the world wait for their fave Christian Grey to hit theatres in just over a month, the tracklist for the soundtrack to what may end up being the biggest movie of the year is finally here. What we knew already was that Beyoncé would surely appear on the soundtrack after 2 of her songs appeared in trailers for the film, along with The Weeknd and Ellie Goulding who have since released their full songs. So the wait is over, here is the full tracklist for the worlds greatest baby making album, also known as the ‘Fifty Shades...more

Dec 13 One Year Later: BEYONCÉ. The Visual Album

As I am a super fan of the legendary Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, I have decided, like everyone else, to take a look back at the release of the most innovative album release of our time, BEYONCÉ. After the release of Beyoncé platinum-selling album ‘4,’ the Beyhive waited impatiently for over two years for Beyoncé to release some sort of record, be it a full length album or an even a darn EP. During this period, which we referred to as “Beyhydration,” there were rumors every other day regarding the possible release date of Beyoncé fifth studio album. The year 2013...more

Dec 12 Beyoncé releases a short film to celebrate the one year anniversary of ‘BEYONCÉ’

“Changed the game when that digital drop / Know where you was when that digital popped / I stopped the world / Male or female it make no difference, I stopped the world / World Stop…..Carry on.” Yes Bey, you definitely stopped the world with the digital drop of your Self-Titles Visual Album last year. Can you believe that it’s been a year since the release? Crazy how time flies! As 2014 is coming close to it’s end, people all around the world are becoming introspective, and Beyoncé is no exception. To celebrate, she has released a retrospective short film for...more

Dec 11 Listen: Nicki Minaj feat. Beyoncé – Feeling Myself

Nicki Minaj‘s new album ‘The Pinkprint’ is out early in a couple countries including New Zealand. As a result (unfortunately), a few songs from the album have surfaced online. ‘Feeling Myself,’ which features the Queen Bey is amongst the songs that have been leaked. The track begins with Nicki hailing Bey, “Yo Bey, They ready.” Beyoncé hears her cue, then begins singing, “I’m feeling myself, I’m feeling myself.” Nicki then goes on to spit a couple some bars. In Beyoncé‘s verse, the 53x Grammy nominee references her world-stopping album

Dec 06 Beyoncé makes GRAMMYs history

There is a reason she is referred to as the Queen Bey! Today (December 5), the nominees for the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards were announced and amongst the nominees was 17x GRAMMY winner, slayoncé Beyoncé. As of her first nomination announced today, Best Urban Contemporary Album, Beyoncé became the most nominated female in GRAMMYs history. The Queen Bey used to be tied with Dolly Parton, but that is no longer the case as she has surpassed Dolly’s 46 nominations with 52 solid nominations!

Dec 05 The 57th Annual Grammy Awards Nominations

The most-anticipated award show in the world is back – well kinda. Earlier today, Pharrell, Ed Sheeran and CBS’ Kevin Frazier announced the first batch of nominees for the The 57th Annual Grammy Awards. During the broadcast, which aired on CBS, they announced the noms for 4 different categories, Best Country Album, Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best Pop Vocal Album & Record Of The Year. With her fresh nods, Beyoncé is officially the most nominated female tag in Grammy history, breaking Dolly Parton’s record.