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Last month we received our first look at Beyonce’s collaboration with H&M. Today, the Swedish retailer revealed more visuals from their summer ad campaign. Even Lana Del Rey fans who were upset she was replaced with Bey have to admit, the 31-year-old singer is nothing but fierce in these new visuals. There’s nothing to do but “Bow Down.” Side note: I wonder if it was planned that in every picture, one hand had to be over her head. Every shot has her showing her pits 😉

As with the previously released image, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin snapped Mrs. Carter on location in the Bahamas. Whether reclining on a beach chair or posing against a colorful wall, she’s modeling from head to toe. Tyra Banks would be so proud. Check out more pics below.

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If you enjoyed Beyonce’s “Mirrors” Pepsi commercial as much as I did, then you’ll appreciate this behind the scenes clip. I certainly did and I’m sure a few of you will as well. It includes interviews with Bey’s choreographer Frank Gatson and Jake Nava who directed the wicked ad.

My favorite part of the video is the segment with Ty Hunter. He styled the 31-year-old entertainer for this project. Even though we only saw a handful of Beyonce’s past incarnations in the ad, clearly looks from more music videos were planned. I hope an extended version of the commercial is scheduled to drop soon. Recreating some of that wardrobe must’ve required meticulous work. Check out the clip below.

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There are a couple of things to expect from a Baz Luhrmann film- great visuals and even greater music. Both Moulin Rouge and Romeo + Juliet were masterpieces with fantastic soundtracks. With the talent on board (onscreen and off) for his big screen adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby, I expect nothing short of spellbinding.

Luhrmann just dropped a brand new trailer and it’s even better than the first one. It’s amazing how music can change the mood and help tell a story. A couple days ago, word leaked that Beyonce and Andre 3000 were covering Amy Winehouse’s “Back To Black” for the film. It’s not the entire thing, but we have our first listen at their remake in the trailer. Also featured in the clip are soundtrack contributions from Lana Del Rey and Florence + The Machine. Both are equally as promising.

I can’t wait for The Great Gatsby to hit theaters on May 10 and I’m even more excited for the soundtrack to drop. Check out the new trailer below.

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I like Beyoncé but by no means am I her biggest fan. Kelly Rowland was always my favorite Destiny’s Child member. But I have to give credit where credit is due. Bey’s new Pepsi commercial is all kinds of awesome.

The 31-year-old entertainer enjoys the beverage while rehearsing. Out of nowhere she’s confronted with different past incarnations of herself in various mirrors. I wonder if Mrs. Carter was inspired by Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors” music video. Reflective surfaces are certainly all the rage these days 😉

I love that Beyoncé included less-than-flattering versions of herself in the clip. That pink ensemble during her “Bootylicious” days is not good. “Single Ladies” and “Crazy In Love” are among others also included in the commercial. At the end of the ad, she says, “embrace your past, but live for now.” Deep B, deep.

Loving the snippet of the new track as well. “Grown Woman” is so much better than “Bow Down Bitches.” The song has a sorta “Lose My Breath” type beginning. Check out the commercial below.

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Given that Jay-Z is writing the score for The Great Gatsby, Beyonce’s involvement with the soundtrack shouldn’t come as a surprise. Bey will reportedly cover one of Amy Winehouse’s hits for the Baz Lahurmann film. She’ll be joining forces with Andre 3000 for the soundtrack contribution. The two previously worked on Beyonce’s 2011 single, “Party.”

Reportedly, Knowles’ duet with Andre 3000 will be a very different take on Winehouse’s jazz-y single. Considering Lurhmann’s past of incorporating music in Moulin Rouge and Romeo + Juliet, Beyonce’s inclusion in the film should be very interesting. Other artists rumored to be featured in the film’s soundtrack include Prince and Lady Gaga. Find out which Winehouse track they’re covering below.

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After months of speculation, H&M made it official today. Beyoncé is the company’s new cover girl, replacing singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey who held that position for about a year. Not only is Bey fronting the ad campaign, but she worked on the new collection as well. H&M head designer Ann-Sofie Johansson revealed, “what makes these pieces even more special is that Beyoncé herself had input in the designs, and they are full of her own personal style.” The new collection is tentatively slated to hit stores in the beginning of May.

“I’ve always liked H&M’s focus on fun affordable fashion. I really loved the concept we collaborated on to explore the different emotions of women represented by the four elements — fire, water, earth and wind. It was a beautiful shoot on a tropical island. It felt more like making a video than a commercial.” – Beyonce

Photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin better known as Inez & Vinoodh shot the print and billboard images in the Bahamas. The Swedish retailer unveiled the first image today with Mrs. Carter wearing the “key pieces you need for life in the sun this summer.” The ads will feature the tagline, “Beyonce as Mrs. Carter in H&M.” Obviously an attempt to tie her latest endorsement deal with her upcoming “The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.” The campaign will also include a commercial directed by Jonas Akerlund and will feature a new track from B titled, “Standing On The Sun.” Check out the first image below.

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I’m SO excited for Beyonce‘s new album and with a track titled “Bow Down,” I have a feeling the album is not going to disappoint. The superstar just released the track along along with “I Be On” and the two songs are believed to be the intro and outro to her highly anticipated Mrs. Carter album.

In the new track, Beyonce “I know when you were little girls / You dreamt of being in my world / Don’t forget it, don’t forget it / Respect that / Bow down, bitches.” She continues, “I took some time to live my life / But don’t think I’m just his little wife / Don’t get it twisted, get it twisted / Dis my sh*t / Bow down, bitches.” So good.

Beyonce is also busy preparing for her world tour and it’s also just been announced that her outfits will created by famed UK designer, Julien MacDonald. I have not doubt she is going to look freaking phenomenal on this tour. Get your first listen to “Bow Down” below!

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Top 12 Breakup Songs

In: Music, Patrick

Oh what the heck, I’m going there. In my last article, I mentioned I’m going through a breakup and I’m coming to realize that several other people I know are too so why not share my list with others. Spring Fever, I guess!

Over the past week, I put in the effort to dig up songs that really spoke to how I was feeling and really help you get through the angry part. Yes, I’m not listening to the depressing types of breakup songs that make you cry. I’m listening to the “eff you” type songs that help build myself back up. I’m sure many of you have had these songs on your playlist at one time or another when going through a breakup, while others may want to add them in right now if they’re going through it now. Enjoy!

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