Beyonce

Posted on 08.05.14 at 1:17 pm

The best new tracks on the internet this week attracted Kaiotic from such different perspectives.  It’s impossible to create a roundup playlist and not include the Flawless remix with Nicki Minaj, […]

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Posted on 04.23.14 at 11:17 am

Wait, Beyoncé has released a new track and the world continues to rotate?  To be fair, it’s actually Beyoncé collaborator Boots‘ first track from his upcoming album, and he has somehow managed to take […]

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Posted on 03.24.14 at 6:11 pm

Lady Gaga released her new video for G.U.Y. as part of an ‘epic’ 7 minute ARTPOP film on Saturday evening to a startlingly cotidian reception.  For the most part no one is […]

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Posted on 03.11.14 at 3:15 pm

Let’s get a little meta hipster by bypassing SXSW buzz and instead posting about Jenny from the Block’s new single, I Luh Ya PaPi.  Why?  Because it seems as though […]

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Posted on 02.18.14 at 1:16 pm

  The best two albums of the year are easily both the fifth & self-titled releases from the most iconic female ‘pop’ artists, Beyonce and St. Vincent (fifth if you count […]

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Posted on 02.17.14 at 7:07 pm

  This week’s digest is packing some heavy punches.  Kicking things off with Kelela’s stunning new track High, followed by Beyoncé producing/writing Boots and his second solo cut.  Little Dragon premiered […]

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Posted on 02.13.14 at 3:29 pm

Boots is the man behind the stilettos on Beyoncé’s irresistible, innovative, career-shifting and now ubiquitous self-titled fifth studio album.  He has writing and producing credits for Haunted, Heaven, and Blue […]

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Posted on 11.27.13 at 4:17 pm

  10. Bruno Mars – Amy Winehouse Tribute (2011) Because Amy Winehouse. 9. Beyonce – Love On Top (2011) Because who could have announced a baby better? 8.  Usher – […]

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Posted on 11.11.13 at 10:18 pm

There’s no denying the way that Solange changed the scenery of R&B (in ways that the galavanting gents of the genre have merely attempted), and the entirely new niche audience […]

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Posted on 05.13.13 at 12:57 am

I’m no film critic, or Jazz Age historian, but I must say that Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby seemed to capture the true essence of the era- in its flaws. […]

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