2013 was a year of breakout stars, shocking performances and chart-topping albums. But who were the most talked about singers of the year?
Last week Beyonce uploaded a second behind-the-scenes video giving fans more insight about her new self-titled visual album that she unexpectedly released on Dec. 13 without an ounce of promotion or marketing.
Walmart shoppers in Massachusetts got the surprise of a lifetime Friday evening when they were greeted by mega star Beyonce.
First Target. Now Amazon.
Beyonce has done it. She’s become the first woman to hit No. 1 with her first five studio albums.
A spokesperson for Target said that since Beyonce released the album digitally before it was available physically, the store will not carry it, even during the busy weeks leading up to Christmas.
As we look back on 2013, let’s start by recapping the top music headlines of the weekend.
By natural selection, fans choose their favorite songs, and now that the initial shock of the surprise has worn off, the frontrunner for the album’s first major single is apparent.
Beyonce is back. After more than two years of desperately waiting for news regarding the release date of her next album, she does us one better. She drops it.
While Beyonce doesn't seem to mind sharing some of her precious moments with her adorable 23-month-old daughter with the world, the superstar mom continues to remain diligent about censoring the little star's privacy to some degree.
If anyone can convince the general public to embrace the vegan lifestyle, it's Jay-Z and Beyonce. Their faces are recognized worldwide. They're talented, successful and beautiful. These ingredients are key for sharing your message with a broad audience, and even more so to change their behavior.
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