For The First Time Ever, A Black Woman Will Be Headlining Coachella
Queen B headlining one of the most popular music festivals in the country is exciting for more than the simple fact that she is Beyoncé: She’s also the first solo female artist to headline Coachella in the last decade and the first black woman ever to headline the California-based festival.
Since Coachella’s inception in 1999, only two women have headlined the star-studded festival. Before Beyoncé, Bjork headlined the festival in 2007 and once before that in 2002. Portishead ― a three-person English rock band whose lead singer is a woman ― headlined Coachella in 2008.
Beyoncé And The Dixie Chicks Brought The House Down At The CMAs
Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks delivered a foot-stomping good time at the CMA Awards on Wednesday night.
The singer and the country music trio started off their set with shoutouts to Texas (Knowles and Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines hail from the Lone Star State) before launching into a stirring rendition of ― you guessed it ― Beyoncé’s song “Daddy Lessons” from her hit album “Lemonade.”
Even though we are only 7 months in, 2016 has been a huge year so far, especially for the ladies! Yes, us women have claimed 2016 as OURS! With so many wins in one year, how could we not? Get your dose of girl power by taking a look at some of the most influential women of 2016 and see how they have taken the year by storm.
Beyoncé: ‘We Don’t Need Sympathy. We Need Everyone To Respect Our Lives’
Beyoncé has released a powerful statement regarding the fatal police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
On Thursday afternoon, Bey posted her response to the deaths of the two black men killed by police this week via her website and encouraged fans to “take a stand and demand” that “police stop killing us.”
Beyoncé Wins The CFDA Fashion Icon Award In A Suit Michael Jackson Would Love
We should have seen this coming from the queen of surprises.
Social media was abuzz Monday night during the CFDA Awards red carpet in New York City about a special surprise, said to be coming at 9:20 p.m. Of course, in fashion industry speak, that actually meant closer to midnight, when Diane Von Furstenberg presented Beyoncé with the 2016 Fashion Icon award.
From Cyber-Bullying to Triumph: The Internet Rallies Around Tayja Jones-Banks
In the age of the internet, it is not uncommon to find a meme or video of someone being made fun of or being targeted for being different. However, it is very rare that the victims of these social media posts are identified and even more rare that they respond. 17-year old high school student, Tayja Jones-Banks of Pottsgrove, PA, shared a photo of herself on her Facebook profile just before heading to prom. Tayja updated her friends and followers later at home, stating how much fun she had at the prom.
Beyoncé Is Plotting Something Big Next Weekend [UPDATED]
Update: A minute-long trailer for “Lemonade” — which is looking more and more like “American Horror Story” Season 3 redux — was released late Sunday. Watch it above, in the daytime, with your pet nearby, and all the lights on. “What are you hiding?” Beyoncé asks. The real question is what she is.