Is there some serious discord within the Carter-Knowles clan? Judging by a damning surveillance video, that could very well be the case. According to a report, Solange Knowles, also known as Beyonce‘s younger sister, was allegedly caught on tape trying beat down her brother-in-law, Jay Z.
There is no more dominant couple in music—let alone pop culture—than Jay Z and Beyonce. The two separately have topped the charts with hit after hit and surprise album after surprise album, but together they make magic. While they never have truly recorded a duet, the two have collaborated a number of times—lending backing vocals and 16 bars to each other’s songs. Among them, “Crazy In Love,” “Drunk In Love,” and “03′ Bonnie & Clyde.” With the news that the two are planning to embark on their first official tour together, we can’t help but review all their best musical moments.
As Mariah Carey has experienced delays with her upcoming album, the singer and her camp hinted at a surprise release, similar to Beyonce’s unbelievably successful LP from late 2013. It now appears that Mimi will end up going with a traditional rollout after all, but we’re still waiting to see which other music stars can make waves like Bey did when she dropped her album without warning.
Nick Lachey gives his take on some recent band beef, Victoria Beckham chills with the Spice Girls, and a hip-hop legend passes away.
Prepare to get “Drunk In Love” all over again, because Beyonce and Jay Z are reportedly taking their double act on the road this summer with a series of 20 tour dates across the country! Sources tell the New York Posts’ PageSix that official announcement will come shortly, and that the tour is slated to kick off at the end of June. There is even talk of an epic July 4th performance in the pair’s home base, NYC!
Beyonce is in hot water today over some photos showing her in -appropriately enough- hot water. Her bikini-filled vacation Instagrams are drawing fire, and it’s not because they’re too sexy. Although they’re definitely that, too!
This weekend marks the 20th anniversary of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain‘s tragic death. While there’s no doubt that Cobain’s own contributions to music will last forever, his influence spread beyond the world of grunge and into hip hop, rock, pop and even country.