True Beyonce fans know that her lyrics are pure poetry of the highest caliber, but sometimes it takes a reinterpretation to see just how incredibly creepy it can get.
Nina Millin is an actress who was inspired to turn Beyonce songs into spoken word performances after a botched attempt at karaoke. Her video for “Mine” makes me want a full-length, Shakespearean-esque play, starring Ms. Millin as a stalker-ish crazed ex-lover.
There are now five Beyoncelogue videos on YouTube. I highly recommend you watch all of them.
I love everything about this. Bey saying “thot.” Bey saying “Onika.” Nicki calling out MJ’s doctor. Nicki starting to feel the flow when she speeds up and spits about “eat-the-cookie-face,” a perfect hat tip to Jay’s “Eat the cake, Anna Mae” line from “Drunk in Love.” Bey FINALLY addressing the elevator incident. Two strong talented black women declaring that they’re royalty and no one can disagree. Today is a great day.
Our seats were as far away as possible but I still danced the whole time. Bey didn’t sing as much, but danced a TON and Jay sang a few things off his new album, but really played the crowd favorites, which was nice.
Bey singing the Justin Timberlake part of “Holy Grail”
Bey singing the Mr Hudson part on “Forever Young” which then turned into into “Halo” and then back into “Forever Young”
“Love on Top” because it’s my fave.
“CRAZY IN LOVE”
Jay ignoring the supposed beef with Kanye and doing his own verse of “Paris” and part of Ye’s verse as well
Video from the Carter wedding, video of Baby Blue, video of old school Bey and Jay
“Drunk in Love”
The intro to “Lucifer” that became “No Church in the Wild”
“Countdown” playing during one of the MANY video montages
The worst thing ever:
Getting out of MetLife Stadium on NJTransit with 30,000 other people