WHAT a top 3 though
I think broadly it could apply to a lot of these girlies who have suddenly realised the power of the pink coin and have decided to pander to us in unauthentic ways. An example from a non-BPG would be Jessie Ware awkwardly bringing out a leather whip during her shows like it matches her image in any way.Wait who was this about nn
In the case of Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE, this feels like a true labour of love of queer Black voices without any personal financial or cultural gain for herself. I feel like if you’re going to show your allegiance to queer lives through music, it has be like this.
I don't think you understand what I'm saying.I know people love to wax poetic about Beyoncé, but come on dd. This is never true about any project by any major label artist and it's very much not true here either.
I don't think you understand what I'm saying.
Of course every single project made by an artist is to make money. She's literally one of the wealthiest artists in the world. What I'm saying is that, there was no need for her to make this album to gain queer fans' allegiances or better her image. In the case of Taylor with "You Need To Calm Down", this was very much so the case. Instead, Beyoncé decided to make an album dedicated to her gay uncle about the Black queer experience through dance music. The album felt thought out, researched and full of passion; because of those factors, it feels authentic. If it was about financial or cultural gain, she could've many any album - a much safer one than this! - and still made money and sustained her image as a queer ally.