Remember Angel Haze’s cover of Beyonce’s “Drunk in Love” earlier this year? Say hello to its studio version.
Therefore closing the Tom Ford meta loop.
“Drunk In Love” is full of the kind of lyrical nonsense spouted by two drunk people, which makes it absolutely perfect for an emoji interpretation
In the interview, Pharrell, who yes, is once again wearing that GRAMMY hat, actually admits that his last solo effort was really nothing to brag about and that he would be nothing without a woman’s love.
There are amplified handclaps, a more etheral/haunting vocal overlay on the second verse, strings(!) in an arrangement that completely changes the way the whole “surfboardt” section rolls out.
This Valentine’s Day, take that special someone out for a romantic meal that is based around Beyoncé‘s discography.
Beyoncé and Jay Z performance???
Music’s biggest night just got music’s favorite couple to don the stage at this year’s show.
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When Jay Z first connected with Barneys, it was seen as the rapper/mogul’s latest endeavor to solidify his growing status as a “business, man,” following the now-infamous $5 million deal made with Samsung to release his latest album.