Mrs. Hova/Feminist astronaut alarm clock, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Beyonce[/lastfm], stayed funky and simple for her sexy photoshoot for the August/September Complex Magazine photo shoot.
With her envy-inducing thighs (yes, we are obsessed with her thighs) and her lioness hair, Beyonce poses and preens for the camera with grace and ease.
[pullquote quote="I usually know from the hook if the song is something that transcends language, race, and genre, and if it's something that affects pop culture...It's something I can visualize people singing in stadiums all over the world."]She also talked to Complex Magazine about she perfected a mixture of retro R&B and modern production on her killer album 4:
“Figuring out a way to get R&B back on the radio is challenging…Everything sounds the same on the radio.”
“With 4 I tried to mix R&B from the ’70s and the ’90s with rock ‘n’ roll and a lot of horns to create something new and exciting. I wanted musical changes, bridges, vibrata, live instrumentation, and classic songwriting.”
“I’ve found that with hit records the melody and lyrics come together.”
I usually know from the hook if the song is something that transcends language, race, and genre, and if it’s something that affects pop culture…It’s something I can visualize people singing in stadiums all over the world. But my favorite songs on my albums are usually not my singles.”
- What would you consider one of your favorite Beyonce songs? Let us know in the comments!