It’s actually pretty sickening how much I actually talk about Beyonce on this blog and with friends.
I’m not talking about, “Oh, Bey real cute on the streets today.” kinda talking but complete dissertations of every song since 4 came out. Because really, that’s when Beyonce finally came into her own.
Over at Pledge to Be Bella (where I am a contributor), we’re discussing how to have a Beyonce Year; how to achieve Beyonce-esque greatness. Now, I know I have the same 24 hours as Beyonce but c’mon folks, we all know that Beyonce is the by-product of an IMMACULATE team. Beyonce + her team = greatness. She does what she wants [now] without fear. And that’s what a Beyonce Year is all about.
WHAT A BEYONCE YEAR MEANS:
• To do everything you want to do.
• To be daring in every move you make.
• To be fearless. To be innovative.
• To be your authentic self.
• To be intentional EVERY SINGLE DAY.
I used to hate that Beyonce never had videos that didn’t tell a story. It was just dancing and just…randomness. But now??? Oh girl. You did it.
I feel proud of her. I’m sure she’s proud of herself.
WARNING: This visual album contains mature content.
“It was important that we made this a movie; we made this an experience…I will make my best art and just put it out.” Pt. 1
“Sometimes you lose. and you’re never to good to lose, you’re never to big to lose, you’re never to smart to lose. it happens. and it happens when it needs to happen.” Pt. 2
“I wanted to carry this idea of being in the moment and embracing mistakes and effortlessness into the videos.” Pt. 3
“I do believe that sexuality is a power that we all have.” Pt. 4
“The ability that humans can make error is what makes music and art feel so good; that it’s not always perfect and it’s still beautiful.” Boots – Pt. 5