Beyoncé has ascended to the top of Forbes list of the highest-paid women in music.
Beyoncé took home eight wins at the 2016 Video Music Awards, surpassing Madonna as the artist with the most Moonmen.
When it comes to branding, nobody has spent more time building their audience, or more time understanding them and creating a product to match. There is none of the seeming desperation of Lady Gaga or the overt reinvention of Madonna. Beyoncé's mission has been nuanced and subtle and as a result, she's at the top.
It is so basic really, but so important. The crux of any relationship is being able to speak to your needs and real feelings
Beyoncé not only shows solidarity with black men, but also reinforces the history, or 'herstory,' of the black woman in the U.S. - which some black men with the same platform have yet to do.
So. Many. Questions. Is this about her real relationship with her husband or the relationship of black women with black men in general? This feels personal. This is darker and more raw than anything I have ever seen from her. She did not reign in her artistic or creative expression, every frickin scene is a piece of Art.
The 2016 primary fight has veered into stupid territory once again. Nothing Hillary Clinton does can not be without controversy it seems.
"Together we are unstoppable. The perfect definition of powerful."