The singer avoided the red carpet entirely, posting pics of her ensem for her Beyhive on Instagram.
We love this so much that we're just going to give it a moment of silence and be in awe!
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Beyoncé has just made three dreams come true like some kind of Music Biz Fairy Godmother!
Queen Bey has reportedly offered three teens recording contracts through her production company Parkwood Entertainment.
17 and 15-year-old sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey already have quite the Instagram and YouTube followings, and their cover of Pretty Hurts (below) has eight million views, one of which included Bey herself! That's how they were discovered! Duh!
The third lucky and talented teen in the group is Sophie Beam, a 16-year-old who plays guitar and writes her own songs!
Ch-ch-check out these girls' chops (below) and decide for yourself if you agree with Beyoncé's taste!
Like most of us, Prince has been moved by the violent protests happening in Baltimore over Freddie Gray's death. Unlike most of us, the legendary artist will share his feelings through song.
According to a spokesperson, the ART OFFICIAL AGE singer has recorded "a tribute to all of the people of the city of Baltimore."
It's understood that the track will discuss Gray's death, while in Baltimore police custody, and how the nation has been exposed to a series of young black men being killed, which sparked many socio/political issues.
Prince is the latest in a slew of artists who have taken issue with the matter, including Beyoncé, The Game, and others who have called for action in the wake of Gray's death.
Release plans for Prince's song have yet to be announced, but the artwork has been released (above.)
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We bet Beyoncé would LOVE this!!!
Emerging YouTube star Todrick Hall has created the ultimate tribute to Queen Bey with a new video called 4 Beyonce.
In the video, Todrick sings a mashup of all five of Queen Bey's discography — over 70 songs — in four minutes!
He even performs four-part choreography with himself, as he recorded the harmonies with four live takes!
Check out these four Bey-utiful minutes (below) !!!
Parents will do anything to protect their baby.
This week, it's been reported the power couple's album is still underway. And it will be exclusively available on — you guessed it — Tidal!
Fuse host DJ Skee reported on Wednesday that Jay and Bey's record is nearly done and will "be released exclusively" on Jay's streaming service, which promises to be a better royalty deal for artists.
This highly anticipated album might just be what Tidal needs to give it an extra wind, as the company has sunk down out of the US iPhone top 700 download chart since its debut in March!
This joint project with his wife will mark Jay's fifth collaboration album, the most recent being 2011's Watch The Throne with bestie Kanye West — who, by the way, has recently deleted all of his social media support of Tidal. Inneresting…
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As we previously reported, Beyoncé's momma married Richard on April 12 in a private ceremony aboard a yacht in Southern California.
Miss Tina made a stunning bride — but the wedding day might not have ever come without her granddaughter's advice!
According to People magazine, Tina recalled the following convo:
"Richard said, 'Oh, Blue, soon. Do you approve?' And she said yes. That's the first time we talked seriously about getting married."
Jay Z made big waves announcing the launch of his streaming service Tidal, which aimed to make streaming music a better deal for artists and a pricier deal for consumers.
Tidal's social media push included a star studded spokes-panel of Mr. Carter's friends. Beyoncé, Kanye West, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and more of the industry's wealthiest artists urged users to switch to Tidal because of it's "high fidelity" sound.
But the public didn't seem to buy into the spectacle. After a couple of weeks into its release, the streaming service made less of a splash and more of a doggy paddle, barely competing with their streaming nemeses Spotify and Pandora.
Tidal cracked the US iPhone top 20 download chart for two weeks before it sunk all the way down out of the top 700! And they've only made their enemies stronger — Pandora and Spotify took the No. 3 and No. 4 positions of the US iPhone revenue chart!
It looks like the company's anti-Spotify movement only increased the public awareness of the streaming service!
Do U think it's too late for Tidal?
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