At the show, which was filmed in Paris, France, the two stars lit up the crowd, thanks to Jay’s request for everyone to get their lighters and cell phones up.
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One thing that is verifiable: Beyoncé and Jay Z’s On the Run HBO special airs this Saturday, Sept. 20, at 9 p.m. ET.
Beyoncé and Jay Z are on the run again in a new short film trilogy called Bang Bang directed by New York-based filmmaker Dikayl Rimmasch.
We can agree to disagree with your point, Gene, that only Nirvana measures up to the iconic artists of rock’s first three decades. Here’s a list of some others. Pay attention.
Maybe one day, Madison will get to live in a world where Beyoncé is president.
The video follows a similar look behind the scenes the day before, shared by Jay Z for her birthday.
Beyoncé clearly won the night, but since we don’t want anyone going home feeling like a loser (seriously, it’s an honor to even perform at the VMAs), we here at Radio.com decided to give out a few awards of our own.
For her 15 minute VMA Video Vanguard winning performance, Beyoncé put on a small spectacular taken from her segments of the On the Run Tour.
These two no longer need to be on the run, according to the United States government.
They keep with the film noir theme as Beyoncé channels Nancy Sinatra singing “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” in a glittery floorlength gown as Jay blows cigar smoke in the shadows.
The show, which will be broadcast live from The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., will also include a performance from Beyoncé, who is up for eight awards including Video of the Year for “Drunk In Love.”
Ah, rivalries. What fun.
The DJ credited with coining the term “Rock ‘n’ Roll” had a prominent exhibit in the museum — that is, until today.
At that same show, police arrested 10 additional people. Eight of those arrested were for public drunkenness, while the two others were taken in for ticket scalping during the event.
The track, off Beyoncé’s self-titled surprise album from late 2013, gets an upgrade toward its end from Minaj, as well as a new sample of an OutKast song, “SpottieOttieDopalicious.”