Miranda, Lady Gaga and John Legend were among the stars that lashed out at ... are sung in English and reference the recent birth of her twins with husband Jay-Z, her Coco Chanel handbag, her breasts and her husband's recent Beyoncé-themed album.
Pop music's best wasted no time getting into formation this year, with major releases from a galaxy of our brightest stars cluttering the calendar's opening months. But even with so many established huge names taking up space on the marquee, what really.
Blige, smart, bootylicious, defiant, aggravating, powerful and vulnerable female artists dominated charts, headlines and the conversation in 2014. 3: Taylor Swift ... 4: Beyonce & Jay-Z On The Run Tour: The power couple of pop music and culture continued.
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After numerous rumors Jay Z and Beyoncé have officially announced their summer tour spanning across 16-cities in the US. The “On The Run” tour kicks off June 25 in Miami and goes into early August ending with a final show in San Francisco on August 5.
2014 kicked off with very exciting news for ... The video was directed by John Perez, who has previously worked with Shakira, Rihanna, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys. We also worked together for my previous videos (“Caliente”, “In Your Eyes.
Check out which stars will be going up for some of the biggest prizes in music next year. Jay-Z leads the nominations for the Grammy Awards 2014. The 'Holy Grail' rapper picked up a massive nine nods with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Pharrell Williams.
Released to limited fanfare in January, by July the mesmerising collaboration with Puerto Rican reggaeton star Daddy Yankee was the ... Releasing eight albums between 1998 and 2014, Fonsi became a big name in the Latin world, but his romantic, Spanish.
Friday's highlights include celebrations of the music of David Murray and John Lurie. Saturday's concerts include showcases ... Fleet-fingered saxophonist Jay Rodriguez has played it all in New York: salsa with Celia Cruz and Tito Puente, hip-hop with.
Due out September 8th via Polyvinyl, it marks their sophomore record following their 2014 self-titled debut ... In related news, Alvvays have announced Jay Som and Nap Eyes as the openers for their upcoming fall US tour.