“You abandon Guy and the bliss of Flavortown and binge the newest Netflix original series before you settle for a show with eight seasons you’ve watched three times already.”
Drake wants “One Dance,” Beyonce does not think anything can “Hold Up,” and Meghan Trainor says unapologetically, “I Love Me.”
With disjointed tracks, an inventive clash of genres, and a tracklist rife with warnings against infidelity, ‘Lemonade’ is perfectly unapologetic.
On Thursday evening, activist Kevin Allred led a discussion on how Beyonce addresses black female stereotypes in her music.
Beyonce combines her inborn talents of performance, creativity, and aesthetic with politics to inspire discussion of the issues across the board, and in so doing, reflects her Black pride and identity.
Our parents and grandparents had common American heroes, like JKF and MLK Jr., to look up to—but who do we millenials have? Beyonce? Steve Jobs?