She is now the first female artist to have more than 12 songs in the US Top 100 at once
Singers mock the ferocity of the Beyhive in recent days after the release of Beyonce's visual album and its allusions to infidelity
Rist’s 1997 project 'Ever Is Over All' features a woman smashing car windows
At one of the most talked about annual events
Better get practising in front of the mirror girls
It's got to be a tough job being Beyoncé in preparation for her Formation World Tour, having to choose between which of her 8 billion hits to play for global audiences. The easiest answer: all of them!
Lyrics on the album have left fans wondering whether the rapper cheated on his wife
‘But getting back to what I’m here to talk about'
The most noticeable icons of black social justice might be Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, but the leaders and organisers of Black Lives Matter - and the people picking up the pieces after their loved ones are unlawfully killed - are always women
Some Beyoncé fans chose to target Ora after initially targeting Rachel Roy
You will still only be able to stream the record on Tidal
Rachel Roy and Rita Ora had their social media channels flooded with vitriol by 'the Beyhive' this week. Guess who didn't? Jay Z
Sometimes it feels like Beyoncé is determined to pick up the mantles of both Prince and Nina Simone.
You are a middle aged, British white man. You have no idea, I repeat: NO IDEA what it is like to be a black woman, and furthermore the sacrificial, struggle-filled, tongue-biting, mask-wearing fight it is to become a successful one
'It wasn't until she came to my Coachella set in 2015 and told me personally it had made the record that I really had anything concrete with which to convince my friends that I hadn't actually gone insane.'
Appearing in a music video is a privilege, not a human right for white people. And the takeaway message from an hour-long visual album isn't that black women should be more protective of black men