by (@unclegrambo)

Oh No! Watch Beyonce’s Weave Get Stuck In A Wind Machine

Beyonce Weave Fan

Beyoncé has been delighting fans all across North America on her Mrs. Carter World Tour for a few weeks now, putting those pesky pregnancy rumors from earlier this year to bed. She’s proven herself, not only on this tour but throughout her storied career, to be a consummate live performer, and during a show last night in Montreal, her will and resolve was put to the test.

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by (@JordanRuntagh)

10 Songs You Didn’t Know Were About Private Parts

10 Songs About Private Parts

Throughout the course of pop music history, there have been an untold number of tunes that were obviously written about people’s “business.” Notable ones include Lil Wayne‘s “Lollipop,” Flo Rida‘s “Whistle Song,” Smoov-E‘s “Attack of the 8-Inch Donkey,” and Mozart‘s “The Magic Flute” (that’s what it was about, right?). But some song-smiths were a bit sneakier about the whole thing and buried the true meaning a little deeper. We guess they enjoyed the secret perv-y delight that we were all unknowingly singing along to an anthem about their privates. Well played, folks. For 10 of the most surprising displays of musical exhibitionism, let’s take things downstairs…

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by (@unclegrambo)

The 5 Tracks On Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail That Everyone Is Talking About (Including “Holy Grail”)

Jay-Z's 'Magna Carta Holy Grail'

Jay-Z‘s heavily anticipated 12th album, Magna Carta Holy Grail, dropped a little less than 12 hours ago. It is not currently available for purchase at any of the “normal” outlets (think iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, etc.), but if you have a Samsung Galaxy and/or any profiency at using search engines, it’s there for the listening. Its 16 tracks clock in at 59 minutes and 4 seconds, which means there’s a lot to digest here. We’re not in any rush to judge the album until we’ve spent at least 24 hours with it, but here are the five tracks that stood out to us over the course of the three spins we’ve given it so far today:

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