Welcome to Havana. Jay and Bey tied the knot 5 years ago today and jetted down to Cuba for their anniversary. Here’s a clip of the couple mobbing through the streets. Y’all roll blunts, Jay smokes Cubans all day. king_reg UPDATE: Since U.S. citizens are barred from visiting Cuba as” tourists”, Jay and Bey stopped by the Universidad da las Artes. More than likely, their visit was part of their “people to people” obligation.
While previewing her new song, “Grown Woman”, Bey reflects on her most memorable video looks for Pepsi’s “Live For Now” campaign. Kinda reminds us of Mr. Carter’s Rhapsody ad a few years back. The Timbaland-produced song debuts next Monday. Behind the scenes clip after the jump.
Rush Limbaugh has it out for the Carters.
Keyshia Cole isn’t letting up on Destiny’s children. After listening to Beyonce’s new single, Keyshia fired up her Twitter account with a review of the song. Earlier this year, Keyshia threw member Michelle Williams under the bus following her Super Bowl performance. Can
“I took some time to live my life, but don’t think I’m just his lil’ wife…” Beyonce’s got a new attitude. With Hit-Boy on the boards, King Bey lets it be known that her crown isn’t for the taking. At the 1:30 mark, she takes it back to the H-Town with Polow Da Don, Timbaland, Sonny Digital and Planet VI on the beat. Near the close of the song, Bey says she made a cameo in a Willie D video. […]
For the next 90 minutes, Bey shares some of her most private moments in her self-directed HBO documentary including rare footage from her rehearsals to her personal life. We see you Blue Ivy. After the jump, Bey sat one-on-one with Oprah on Next Chapter. She discusses her Super Bowl show, motherhood, Jay-Z, relationship with her father, the HBO documentary and more.
Last night, Bey held a screening for her HBO documentary at NYC’s Ziegfeld Theatre. Everyone from Jay-Z to Oprah came to show support. Bey will appear on Oprah’s Next Chapter on OWN at 8pm this Saturday followed by the documentary on HBO at 9.