Music & News Of The Day Beyonce Drops Lemonade – Their Visual Album

We knew that what would come and somehow we suspected it might be something very big. Itself, that Beyonce once again should outdo themselves after their 2013 appearing over night album along with matching videos, was somehow clear. Queen B, so is their own personal bombshell dropped Saturday: and served us in collaboration with the TV station HBO a one-hour film, in which she launched 12 of their latest songs, since then in turn exclusively available on the streaming service her husband’s tidal.

Lemonade is personal and private, politically and warning, confident and strong, honest and rough, sensitive and cuddly, mainstream without the eye for detail, to lose the message and the sensitive WOW effects – a Visual eye-candy at the same time – and Beyonce’s perhaps greatest coup since always. It is not only the story of a betrayed woman (you remember the Jay-Z Beyonce Separate dining room), which takes us through the various chapters of their private situation, but also a raised index finger, which specifically addressed the role of women in contemporary U.S. society, the black: “the most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the black woman”

the one-hour video is the topping on the cream pie and obviously your personal heart project, in which they, as already 2013 in the various roles of a woman slips. The whole is topped by the way with musical support by Jack White of The White Stripes, the weekend, James Blake and Kendrick Lamar as well as guest appearances by Serena Williams and the Canadian model Winnie Harlow. Our continuous loop of the day & #x1f495;

GIF via eonline.