Taylor Swift released a teaser for the first track off her new album, and no one with melanin was here for it. Pop star Taylor Swift dropped the first single from her 10th studio album ‘Reputation’ today. Normally, a Taylor track would elicit no more than a light sigh of reaction from Black America. But in […]
The comedian was not here for Amy Schumer’s ridiculous parody of the Black girl’s anthem, ‘Formation.’ Comedian Amy Schumer pissed off the collective Black female psyche with her ridiculous parody of Beyonce’s groundbreaking video, ‘Formation.’ The country themed satirical skit, mixed off beat “twerking,” pigs and port-a-potties with swamp life. Expectedly, Black Twitter read the standup […]
Although America has come a long way when it comes to sexuality, certain communities still aren't as open as others.
Amy Schumer has found yet another way to set off Black Twitter. The comedian decided to parody Beyoncé‘s “Formation” video with the help of Hollywood vet Goldie Hawn while on the set of their upcoming film, Mother/Daughter, and it rubbed some social media users the wrong way. In a video posted exclusively to TIDAL on Friday, the two actresses can be seen doing their best Queen Bey dance moves.
Gov. Mark Dayton and Lt. Gov. Tina Flint Smith have officially declared May 23 “Beyoncé Day” in Minnesota. But not everybody is happy about it. The announcement came just hours before Bey’s Formation tour stop Monday in Minneapolis, which marked her fourth performance in the state since 2004. In the proclamation, Gov. Dayton and Lt. Gov. […]
It’s Beyonce Day! Okay, okay, it’s only March 31st but when you’ve been waiting in formation for weeks and the Queen drops not one but…
This is not a drill. The buzz from the Beyhive is that Beyoncé will be dropping her “Formation” album on Friday, April 1st (this better not be an April Fool’s joke). Bey’s highly anticipated 6th album will allegedly drop on Tidal before being released to the general public on April 8th. And the track list (if this […]
Beyonce's Super Bowl Sunday performance of "Formation" left the world in either shock or awe, depending who you are. But many White feminists seemed to feel merely left out.
Referencing both New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and ongoing police violence in America, the video also shows police officers surrendering to a Black child in a hood, while the words "Stop Killing Us" appears in graffiti in another scene.