Last week, some of the music industry’s biggest names celebrated Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Wonder’s legacy with a post-Grammy tribute. Titled Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star Grammy Salute, the special will air tonight on CBS.
The Kanye-fueled battle of Beck vs. Beyoncé has plagued Americans all week, to the point where somebody had to step in and do something. More
Let’s cut through the noise and take a hard look at what sets Beck apart from Beyoncé. And it’s not a Grammy award. More
When Beck claimed his Grammy for Best Album last night, everyone laughed as Kanye West faked an outburst in the same vein as his “I’ma let you finish” moment with Taylor Swift in 2009.
Turns out he wasn’t kidding: during a post-Grammys show on E!, Yeezus revealed that he thought Beck should give his trophy to Beyoncé. More
From their impromptu street performances to their 239 Grammy awards from 100 different alumni, it’s obvious that students from Berklee College of Music are talented. But in case you needed more evidence, this video of a group of Berklee students singing and playing songs by artists nominated for Album of the Year at this year’s Grammy Awards should convince you. More
Sure, celebrities endorse diet fads all the time, but Beyonce, ever taking it to the next level, is launching one. Yesterday, it was announced that the superstar is signing on with her trainer Marco Borges to promote the vegan meal delivery service 22 Days Nutrition. More
Perhaps because she’s promoting her new album “Nostalgia,” or perhaps because she’s almost 60 and says whatever she damn well pleases, Scottish singer Annie Lennox went in on Queen Bey’s feminist credentials in two separate interviews in the last month. In the first, with PrideSource, she called Beyonce “feminst lite,” and in an interview yesterday with NPR, she clarified that “twerking is not feminism.”
Earlier today, hip-hop power couple Jay Z and Beyoncé announced that their cash-hungry “On the Run” tour would be grubbing it’s greedy way to Gillette Stadium on July 1. All across the Bay State, there was a resounding “YAAAAAAASSSS” heard through the streets, but all that elation is misplaced, because the On the Run tour will be an epic disappointment for all in attendance. More
Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg’s has launched a campaign to ban the word “bossy,” and it has caused quite the reaction from various internet sources. Sandberg, who has the support of Beyonce, Condolleeza Rice, and more, believes that “when a little boy asserts himself, he’s called a ‘leader.’ Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded ‘bossy.'” Ultimately, Sandberg hopes that the banning of the word will encourage more young girls to become leaders. Below are some links to varied opinions on the topic from around the Internet. What are your thoughts? Is this a progressive step or a misguided campaign?