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Beyoncé scored her first #1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart with 'Texas Hold 'Em.' AdvertisementBeyoncé achieved her first #1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, meaning the singer has now topped 9 multi-metric charts. Billboard broke the news on Tuesday after her latest song, "Texas Hold 'Em," hit the top spot one week after release. "Texas Hold 'Em" was one of two singles from Beyoncé's upcoming album, "Renaissance Act II." Beyoncé's win means she is now the first Black female artist to have a #1 hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
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Beyoncé's mom, Tina Knowles, responded to complaints about the singer's recent country music. Knowles said on Instagram that Beyoncé has been part of cowboy culture since childhood. AdvertisementTina Knowles defended her daughter Beyoncé's new country songs, saying she has celebrated cowboy culture since childhood. Earlier this month, Beyoncé, who is known for her pop and RnB songs, released two country-style singles, "Texas Hold 'Em" and "16 Carriages." Last week, KYKC, a country music station in Oklahoma, rejected a request to play "Texas Hold 'Em," sparking a debate about who should be allowed to perform country music.
Persons: Tina Knowles, Knowles, Beyoncé, Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Texas, Oklahoma
Taylor Swift performs at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2015. From Taylor Swift On her birthday in 2019, Swift shared this photo of herself as a child. From Taylor Swift A 13-year-old Swift sings the National Anthem before an NBA game in Philadelphia in 2002. John Mabangalo/Pool/Getty Images Swift performs during a sold-out show at New York's Madison Square Garden in 2009. Ethan Miller/Getty Images Swift performs onstage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles during her 1989 tour in 2015.
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Jack Harlow, Mac Ayres, Palaye Royale, and Disclosure are among the artists leaning into blockchain. To make blockchain more accessible to and approachable for artists and fans, Mith and Medallion have adopted a hybrid model, blending elements of Web2 and Web3 . “So with Medallion, artists have a space for their fans to gather. The choice of blockchain tech, its alignment with specific requirements, and the overall impact on user experience are crucial aspects. Mith's and Medallion's success lies in using blockchain tech that’s seamless and engaging for the end user.
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Beyoncé approves of cowboycore
  + stars: | 2024-02-16 | by ( Leah Dolan | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +4 min
Completing her look were a pair of aviator-style shades, an embellished head scarf and a stone-colored cowboy hat. In fact, Beyoncé hasn’t been without a cowboy hat in nearly two weeks. On TikTok #cowboycore has 11.4 million views and counting, where users video themselves styling a wide-brimmed rancher cap or, as in one video, pairing vintage leather chaps with a belted trench coat. Cowboy boots, for one, were plucked from their country context and thrust onto the urban streets of metropolitan cities years ago. The embroidered leather boots have been a mainstay of the style set ever since, transcending over the years from a subversive statement piece to something more timeless.
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Read previewOn Tuesday night, spectators packed into a Bushwick warehouse in Brooklyn, New York, to attend a New York Fashion Week show. A model walks the Luar runway during New York Fashion Week. AdvertisementA model walks the Luar runway during New York Fashion Week. Rihanna has worn Luar dresses, Dua Lipa has carried its famous Ana bag, and, of course, Beyoncé attended the latest Luar runway show. AdvertisementBeyoncé attends the Luar runway show during New York Fashion Week.
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On Tuesday, Oklahoma's country music station KYKC refused to play Beyoncé's new song "TEXAS HOLD 'EM." Here's what to know about Beyoncé's challenges with being recognized by the country music industry. I requested Texas Hold ‘Em at my local country radio station (KYKC) and after requesting, i received an email from the radio station stating “We do not play Beyoncé on KYKC as we are a country music station. Although critics and fans praised Beyoncé's country pivot, the Country Music Association Awards and the Grammy's country music committee did not nominate the song for any awards, which was viewed as a snub. Slate reported in 2016 that Orlando's country radio station K92.3 received backlash from its listeners after playing "Daddy Lessons" on air.
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Swift's fans reacted by buying Beyoncé's new single, "TEXAS HOLD 'EM." AdvertisementYe, formally known as Kanye West, is feuding with Taylor Swift's fans after he shared a post claiming he was Spotify's global top artist. "WHEN I SAID THAT I'M THE NEW JESUS BITCH I WASN'T EVEN THINKING ABOUT TAYLOR SWIFT. "ALSO, I'M SURE I'VE BEEN FAR MORE HELPFUL TO TAYLOR SWIFT'S CAREER THAN HARMFUL. TO ALL TAYLOR SWIFT FANS I AM NOT YOUR ENEMY UUUM IM NOT YOUR FRIEND EITHER THOUGH LOL," Ye added.
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Read previewIf "Madame Web" is a predictor of the future of Sony's Spider-Man Universe, the road ahead doesn't look very promising. The reviews are in, and "Madame Web" is no critical darling, nor will it satisfy Spidey fans. 'Madame Web' suffers from a weak script and poorly defined charactersTahar Rahim as Ezekiel Sims in "Madame Web." Superhero fatigue is at an all-time high, and 'Madame Web' doesn't make a solid case for the genre(L-R) Celeste O'Connor, Dakota Johnson, Isabela Merced, and Sydney Sweeney in "Madame Web." AdvertisementAt the end of "Madame Web," Cassie says that the best thing about the future is that it hasn't happened yet.
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Beyoncé released two new songs from her upcoming album during Super Bowl Sunday. One song, "16 Carriages," has a line that could reference how old Bey was when she recorded it. The thought-to-be country album, "Act II," is set to be released on March 29. In "16 Carriages," one of two songs released on Sunday, Beyoncé references different ages of her life. Most notably, Bey released the song "Daddy Lessons" — an ode to her Texas upbringing — as a part of the "Lemonade" album in 2016.
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Read previewShortly after Usher wrapped his dazzling performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, Beyoncé made a surprise appearance. Of course, the Super Bowl is an advertising opportunity as much as it's a football game. AdvertisementTaylor Swift attended the Super Bowl to cheer for her boyfriend , Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce . Much like the Super Bowl, awards shows are designed as vehicles for promotion; to win is to bulk up your résumé, attract new fans, and make more money . AdvertisementThe key difference here is also quite simple: Very few people could pull off this kind of event-conquering announcement, Swift and Beyoncé among them.
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The second act of her recent album "Renaissance" will arrive on March 29. Shortly after, Beyoncé's website was updated to announce "Act II" of her latest album "Renaissance" will arrive on March 29. Both songs recall "Daddy Lessons," the sixth track on Beyoncé's album "Lemonade." AdvertisementFans had already speculated that Beyoncé was teasing more country music when she wore a cowboy hat and a leather bolo tie to the 2024 Grammy Awards. Last April, Variety reported that country music was seeing a "historic streaming spike," largely fueled by Wallen's blockbuster album "One Thing at a Time."
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Verizon released two ads that fans say hint at a Beyoncé Super Bowl commercial. Some say she could be set to appear in a Super Bowl commercial. The short clip ends with "2/11/24" in the center of a black screen — the date of this year’s Super Bowl — and a split-second song snippet. “Should we be in a Super Bowl commercial? Beyond anticipating the commercial, fans also expect that Queen Bey could use the opportunity to announce a Las Vegas residency.
Persons: , Tony Hale, Hale, ” Hale, Beyoncé, Jay, , Bey, , Buster Bluth, Beyoncé hasn’t, Usher, Mariah Carey, Adele Organizations: Verizon, Service, Beyoncé, FOX, Business, Las, Super, & Company, Billboard Locations: Las Vegas, Vegas
Beyoncé says her new hair care line, Cécred, will launch on February 20. The line adds to Beyoncé's many business ventures, contributing to her $800 million net worth. But Beyoncé's hair care line will have to compete with similar brands from other Black celebrities. AdvertisementBeyoncé "likes her baby heir with baby hair and afros," she sings on her hit "Formation." Beyoncé's new hair care line, Cécred (pronounced like "sacred"), is expected to drop on February 20.
Persons: Beyoncé, , Bey, Beyonce, Blue Ivy Organizations: Service, Business
“What we’ve seen with the Taylor Swift tour is something that we’ve not really seen before,” said Richard Clarke, an analyst at investment firm Bernstein. Taylor Swift performs at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 2015. From Taylor Swift On her birthday in 2019, Swift shared this photo of herself as a child. From Taylor Swift A 13-year-old Swift sings the National Anthem before an NBA game in Philadelphia in 2002. John Mabangalo/Pool/Getty Images Swift performs during a sold-out show at New York's Madison Square Garden in 2009.
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There is no reason why Beyoncé's "Renaissance" should've lost album of the year. Her eighth album, the queer-pop masterpiece "Renaissance," was the obvious choice for album of the year in 2023. And to be clear, "Harry's House" is good, but it's no "Renaissance." Once again, Beyoncé was triumphant in genre-specific categories — best dance/pop album, best dance/electronic recording for "Break My Soul," best traditional R&B performance for "Plastic Off the Sofa," best R&B song for "Cuff It" — but not in the prestigious general-field races. In fact, out of her record-breaking 32 wins, only one has been in a general-field category: song of the year for "Single Ladies" in 2010.
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True to form, Swift ensured this year's Grammy discourse would be dominated by her music, even if she didn't win a major award. Alas, the evening ended with Swift notching her record-breaking fourth win for album of the year. I was even more disappointed to watch Swift win over SZA, whose sophomore album, "SOS," earned universal acclaim. Despite being the most awarded person in Grammy history, Beyoncé has won only once in a general-field category (song of the year for "Single Ladies" in 2010). Only 11 Black artists have ever won album of the year.
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Beyoncé holds the record for the most Grammy wins in history. Here are Beyoncé biggest Grammy snubs over the years. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. "She has more Grammys than everyone and never won Album of the Year, so even by your own metrics, that doesn't work," Jay-Z said of his wife. Here is a breakdown of Beyoncé's biggest Grammy snubs.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Victoria Monét and Coco Jones brought smooth R&B and studied choreography, Noah Kahan and Gracie Abrams — friends up for the same Grammy — dueted their introspective folk, and Jelly Roll brought out Lainey Wilson. Ice Spice performed her new single from her forthcoming debut LP “Y2K.”Those artists — save for Wilson — make up the bulk of the 2024 Grammys ' best new artist nominees and were the headliners of Spotify's annual pre-Grammy party, held Thursday at Paramount Studios. While the lineup leaned heavy on those competing for the coveted best new artist Grammy Award, nominee Fred Again... did not perform. Noah Kahan emerged shortly after, like the most charismatic guy at your local open mic. “I'm Noah Kahan and we are Mumford and Sons,” he introduced his folky band — with the second banjo of the night.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Underneath his umbrella, NFL legend Dan Marino stood nearly drenched on the sideline watching Prince’s epic “Purple Rain” Super Bowl halftime performance in 2007 during a torrential Miami downpour. “The halftime performance has come a long way,” said the Hall of Fame quarterback who played 17 seasons with the Miami Dolphins and competed in the 1985 Super Bowl. His show will be vastly different than the NFL’s first Super Bowl halftime show in 1967, which featured marching bands from the University of Arizona and Grambling State University, a historically Black college, along with hundreds of flying pigeons, thousands of balloons and two soaring men wearing jetpacks. After the inaugural Super Bowl, the NFL kept bringing back other marching bands, drill teams, signed Chubby Checker and Up with People, an organization that stage positive thinking through dance and song performances. Dudowsky recalled when Coldplay frontman Chris Martin said the “Super Bowl of music is the Super Bowl.” He said the halftime show has been able to grow thanks to the NFL's ability to adjust to the current culture and giving deserving artists the platform to express their artistry.
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If former President Donald Trump and his campaign choose to attack Taylor Swift, he'll have to defeat a far scarier and more dangerous force than Joe Biden's reelection campaign: her scorned fans. A Morning Consult survey from March 2023 estimated that 53% of US adults consider themselves Swift fans, an astoundingly large support base. While the general perception is that Swift fans are overwhelmingly Democrats or left-leaning, liberals are estimated to be around 55% of her fan base, meaning there are more than 100 million Republican Swifties that the former president risks alienating. If just a small fraction of Swift's Republican fans defect over such attacks, it could legitimately help Biden secure a second term in the White House. If Trump and his circle go ahead with their "holy war" against the pop star, they should be prepared for the worst.
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Jennifer Lopez dropped the trailer for her new movie "This Is Me...Now: A Love Story" on Wednesday. Here's what we know about Lopez's "musical, cinematic experience." AdvertisementThe trailer for Jennifer Lopez's upcoming Amazon Prime Video movie — or at least, we think it's a movie — has baffled the internet. — Pearl Boshomane (@Pearloysias) January 18, 2024Me after watching Jennifer Lopez’s new movie trailer pic.twitter.com/Xe1RUoINWy — Cote (@notcodyitscote) January 17, 2024The main source of the confusion is that the film appears to span multiple genres. This doesn’t just look like a visual album it looks like a fully fledged movie musical?!
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"Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" topped the box office for its opening weekend. Half of us had the chance to attend the Renaissance World Tour in person, including myself. Advertisement"Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé," which topped the box office for its opening weekend, does so much more than recreate her latest live experience. The movie reveals that the Renaissance World Tour took four years to ideate and execute. In fact, she outfitted her "Renaissance" crew members in reflective jumpsuits, so fans could see their movements on stage.
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'Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce' tops box office
  + stars: | 2023-12-04 | by ( Dawn Chmielewski | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDec 4 (Reuters) - "Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce" premiered at the top of the U.S. box office, raking in $21.8 million during the typically anemic first weekend of December, according to research firm Comscore. Beyonce Knowles' concert film marked the first time a movie crossed the $20 million mark on this weekend since the 2003 movie "The Last Samurai" starring Tom Cruise, Comscore said. Live Nation reported that the superstar’s 56-stop Renaissance World Tour earned more than $579 million worldwide - a hot ticket that economists say may have fanned inflation in Europe. In addition to the concert scenes, the film gave a rare glimpse at how Beyonce grapples with stardom and motherhood. Although "Renaissance's" box office fell short of Swift's $96 million opening weekend, Comscore's Dergarabedian said the result will likely be the same.
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When Blue Ivy Carter made her on-stage performance debut during her mother Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour in May, the accomplishment didn't come without controversy. "There [were] lots of negative things that people had to say," Carter, 11, said during "Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé," a documentary and concert film released on Friday. Joining her mom's tour was already a one-time deal — a reward for practicing her dancing and showing her commitment to building a work ethic, Beyoncé said. The film cut directly to the tour's final show in Kansas City, Missouri, where Carter joined Beyoncé on stage again, seemingly more confident and comfortable this time around. "I feel so honored to be on stage with you," Beyoncé told her daughter, in the documentary.
Persons: Ivy Carter, Carter, Beyoncé, could've, didn't, Carter's Locations: Paris, Kansas City , Missouri
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