Beyoncé is, currently, everything. She hasn’t always been, and perhaps won’t always be, but right now, one of the only essential truths in pop culture is that Beyoncé is bigger and better than everybody else. If she is not your favorite, she is better than your favorite, and she is (likely) your favorite’s favorite.…
Earlier this week, after reading Tiffany Haddish’s story about someone biting Beyoncé at an after-party, The Root gathered its NCIS (Niggas [Who] Can Investigate Shit) team together to determine who was the vampire who bit Queen Bey’s face.
Beyoncé has an uncanny ability to completely flood the pop culture landscape with content whenever she sees fit, so it’s a little mind-blowing that the last time she had a Number 1 song on Billboard’s Hot 100 was nine years ago—until this week.
I know we are all anxiously awaiting the opening of Black Panther early next year, and we know it is going to be the blackest movie ever—but Disney has just announced the full cast of The Lion King, and now we know that will be the blackest Disney movie ever.
Last month, Orange Is The New Black actress and trans activist Laverne Cox announced that she was collaborating with Beyoncé on a secret new project.
Faster than you can say “I thought that was Rita Ora,” a wax statue supposedly depicting Beyoncé but looking suspiciously lighter than the real thing was removed Thursday from Madame Tussaud’s midtown Manhattan location in New York, the New York Times reported Friday morning.
In honor of the one year anniversary of Lemonade, benevolent, pregnant Beyoncé has bestowed upon the world the gift of the Formation Scholars.
In case you haven’t perused what’s going on in trendy fast fashion lately, here’s a glimpse: Taking internet slang—often the sort popularized by black people—and turning it into sellable goods is so hot right now.
Since the whitewashed debacle formerly known as the Grammys, Beyoncé has remained pretty silent—publicly at least. However, she broke that silence on her Facebook account today, voicing in no uncertain terms her support for the LGBTQ community—and trans youth in particular—following Donald Trump's recent decision to …
Adele won Album of the Year and Record of the Year and Song of the Year at the Grammys and even she thought she robbed Beyoncé. Which, SHE TOTALLY DID.
Beyoncé won the Best Urban Contemporary Album award at the Grammys on Sunday night. Naturally, she came prepared with a moving statement. Read the full text of what she said below.
If you missed Beyoncé’s Grammy’s performance, I’m sorry to inform you that you just missed the biggest most incredible mass acid trip that has ever taken place.
Solange Knowles has had quite the 12 months. She released her wildly acclaimed A Seat At The Table, which earned her both her first Grammy nomination and her first number-one album. She served as a music consultant for the Golden Globe-nominated HBO show Insecure. She performed on Saturday Night Live and Jimmy Fallon. …
This year has earned itself quite the reputation. It may not be the worst year ever, but it’s making a case for the Top 5 (or Bottom 5, as it were) in recent memory. Depending on who you talk to, it’s the year we played ourselves, the year the Republic began its dizzying decline, or the year we woke up to all the work…