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Beyonce & SZA Lead R&B Nominations For 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Klaudia//January 27, 2024
SZA and Beyoncé lead the nominations in the R&B category for the upcoming iHeartRadio Music Awards.

On Thursday, January 18, iHeart Media revealed the nominees for the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards ahead of the show in April. SZA leads with eight nominations including Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Music Video. The Renaissance crooner is up for R&B Artist of the Year, R&B Song of the Year and a new category Favorite On Screen for her movie Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé. Other nominees in the R&B category include Coco Jones, Fridayy, Victoria Monét, Usher and more.

iHeartRadio will be giving fans the opportunity to decide winners in several new and established fan-voted categories, including Best Lyrics, Best Music Video, Best Fan Army, Social Star Award, Favorite Tour Photographer, TikTok Bop of the Year, Favorite On Screen, Favorite Tour Style and Favorite Debut Album. Social voting began on January 18th and will close on March 25th at 11:59pm PT for all categories. Fans can vote by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards.

Fans across the country will be able to watch the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards live as the show will be airing live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday, April 1st from 8pm-10pm ET live/PT tape-delayed on FOX. The event will also be broadcast on iHeartRadio stations nationwide and on the free iHeartRadio app.

See all Beyonce's nominations for the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards below.

Beyoncé's Latest Manicure Was Chosen By Blue Ivy Herself

Klaudia//December 25, 2023
When deciding what our next manicure will look like, we often turn to Beyoncé for inspiration: Should we go for a simple mauve, or perhaps a Renaissance-esque silver chrome? But have you ever wondered where the queen herself gets ideas?

On Wednesday, December 20, the Grammy winner delighted the world when she stepped out in New York with a minimalist, Santa Claus-inspired manicure. And according to Beyoncé's manicurist Miho Okawara, the Grammy winner's nail art was entirely inspired by her also-iconic daughter, Blue Ivy.

"When I was doing her daughter Blue's nail Bey saw what she , and she liked it!" the artist tells Marie Claire. "Bey copied one of Blue's on her nail."

And no, Beyoncé didn't influence her firstborn. "That design was all requested by Blue," added Okawara. "She is the one who chose."

In case you missed it, the finished product of Beyoncé's manicure was a festive, minimalist dream. While most of her fingers were outfitted in a regular red French tip, she chose to add a couple puffs of white polish to her thumbs, making them look like Santa Claus's signature hat.

The singer obviously loved the design a lot, dedicating not one, but two Instagram posts to the look. In a snapshot shared Friday, December 22, she flashed a peace sign while sitting on a plane, giving the red tips, which were created with Nail Labo shade TS01 "Britney Tokyo", their time to shine. While the hats weren't visible in the image, we know they're there. He sees you when you're sleeping, remember?

And while I haven't seen Blue's nails for myself either, I can only imagine they're perfect. The girl (and her mother) can do no wrong.

The Beyoncé Album That Changed Everything

Klaudia//December 16, 2023
10 years ago this week, Beyoncé released what many fans consider her defining work: Her fifth studio album, simply titled Beyoncé. From a production standpoint, the album was a feat, but what makes it significant isn’t only the music—it’s the way it shifted her career. Beyoncé marks the moment that Beyoncé Knowles-Carter stopped playing by the rules of the industry, and instead put the industry under her own will.

The album's origin story is certified pop culture lore at this point. The clock struck twelve on Friday, December 13th, 2013 and without any promotion, easter eggs, or clues to fans—let alone music-world professionals—Beyoncé dropped her fifth studio album. The tactic was unheard of at the time; albums normally dropped earlier in the week to better account for Billboard charting and overall sales counts, and releasing an album with little to no promotion was considered a sure pathway to a flop.

Beyoncé could only be purchased as a whole (on iTunes or physically via CD in stores) because the star wanted people to experience the entire project at once. "People don't make albums anymore,” she said in her 2013 HBO documentary Life Is But A Dream. "They just try to sell a bunch of little quick singles. And they burn out, and they put out a new one, and they burn out, and they put out a new one."

This was also highly controversial, but the album proved that fan demand can drive the success of a project, even without corporate marketing teams or soulless press runs. Beyoncé sold 828,773 units in its first three days, making it the fastest-selling album ever on iTunes at the time of its release. It went on to win three Grammy awards the following year.

Diana Ross Sings 'Happy Birthday' to Beyoncé at Star-Studded Renaissance Show

Klaudia//September 8, 2023
An entire galaxy of stars was in attendance at the Monday (Sept. 4) Renaissance World Tour show in Los Angeles to help Beyoncé celebrate her 42nd birthday — including none other than Diana Ross, who led the crowd in a dazzling performance of “Happy Birthday.”

The 79-year-old legend first appeared onstage in front of 60,000 screaming fans during one of the Renaissance World Tour’s regularly scheduled intermissions, which features Ross’ 1976 smash “Love Hangover” as an interlude between songs. Usually, it’s Bey’s backup singers who perform the transition — but this time, Ross herself was on hand to do the honors.

Afterward, Bey ran onstage to give the “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” vocalist a tearful hug. Then, encouraging fans to hold up their phone flashlights, Ross led the crowd at SoFi Stadium in singing “Happy Birthday” to the pop star.


Renaissance World Tour in Amsterdam (June 18)

Klaudia//June 20, 2023
Beyonce performed at the Johan Cruyff Arena stadium in Amsterdam, Netherlands on June 18, 2023. The singer debuted custom IVY PARK from the new collection which is coming soon. After the show, she wrote:

"I started designing this collection over a year ago. I was so engulfed in all things RENAISSANCE and was inspired by Studio 54, Bob Mackie and the disco era. I wanted to do a modern twist using the signature IVY PARK neon and bring disco to the beach in this swim collection. I’m so happy to share this with you and even more proud to launch it for the first time on the RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR. I’m proud to be among the very talented Black designers featured in last night’s show to celebrate Juneteenth."

"In honor of Juneteenth, everything I wore for RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR tonight was created exclusively by Black designers."