WAIT — Did Beyoncé Just Drop Two New Albums Using the Alias Queen Carter?!

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The Beyhive is buzzing at the fact that music from Beyonce dropped last night under the alias “Queen Carter.”

The two 10 track albums feature songs called “After All Is Said and Done,” “Hey Goldmember,” “Twerk,” and “Black Culture” to name a few.

We all know that Bey will surprise fans with an unexpected album, but true Beyhive members say these albums are the work of “leakers.”

Bey’s true fans are quick to point out that the songs aren’t new…

Here’s Black Culture – which is one of songs featured, originally released in 2009:


Have you heard or seen the “Queen Carter” albums on your streaming services?

Does it matter to you whether the songs are new or old?


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Upon hearing the news that Travis Scott is considering performing with Maroon 5 at the 2019 Super Bowl, JAY-Z got on the phone with Scott to try to persuade him, not to.

JAY-Z has been very critical of the NFL after Colin Kaepernick wasn’t signed with a team, allegedly after he kneeled in protest over the police killings of African-Americans.

Meek Mill also took to Twitter after the news broke and tweeted Travis, telling him that the NFL needed him more than he needed the NFL.

Rumors are swirling that Cardi B and Big Boi from Outkast may also perform during the halftime performance, so, JAY-Z looks like you have a couple of more calls to make!

Do YOU think Travis Scott should perform for the Super Bowl?


Thanks to a few year-end monetary gifts, the Motown Museum expansion project is well on its way!

According to a release from the organization, the gifts total $2.28 million and were donated by multiple organizations.

The museum’s expansion was originally announced in 2016…

The expansion welcomes a new 50,000-square-foot world-class entertainment, education and tourist destination, according to a release.

We can’t wait!

For more information on the project visit www.motownmuseum.org.