Beyonce and Jay-Z are expecting their second child, according to an E! Online report. The entertainment network claims that “multiple sources exclusively confirm[ed]” the story earlier. All sources in the story are unnamed.
Music is a big part of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, with the 1922 novel showcasing the jazz-filled flapper parties Jay Gatsby throws at his house in the West Egg. The author coined the term the “Jazz Age” to talk about the renaissance of music and dance that was being ushered in during the ‘20s.
While Jay-Z wrote the scathing “Open Letter” in response to all the critics questioning the legitimacy of his trip to Cuba, Beyoncé chose to stay quiet. That is, until now.
Beyoncé and André 3000 go “Back to Black” on their Amy Winehouse cover for the upcoming Great Gatsby soundtrack, but Amy’s father, Mitch Winehouse, wants them to go back to the drawing board.
Jay-Z embodies the “Empire State of Mind,” according to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who praised the rapper in an essay for TIME’s annual 100 most influential list.
Fergie channels her previous “Glamorous” days for her song off the upcoming soundtrack for The Great Gatsby.
Much has been said about Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s trip to Cuba, which coincided with the couple’s five-year wedding anniversary, but few seemed to do more than question the legality of the overseas journey. Enter Stacey Dash.
Beyonce and Nine Inch Nails will be headlining Jay-Z’s second annual Made in America festival, to be held August 31st and September 1st at Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the rap mogul announced Wednesday (April 10).
In conjunction with their five-year marriage anniversary, Beyoncé and Jay-Z took a trip to Cuba last week. The trip to the Communist-ruled country led government officials to question if they violated the United States’ 51-year embargo that prohibits American citizens from visiting the country for purely tourist reasons. But it has now been revealed that the couple’s trip was okayed by the U.S. Treasury Department.
In conjunction with their five-year marriage anniversary, Beyoncé and Jay-Z took a trip to Cuba last week to see the sites and smoke a few cigars. Now government officials are investigating the couple’s trip to the Communist-ruled country to see if they violated the United States’ 51-year embargo that prohibits American citizens from visiting the country for purely tourist reasons.