Music couple Jay Z and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter skipped out on this weekend’s Coachella Music Festival activities and opted to see Tina Knowles tie the knot in California.
According to reports, Knowles married Hollywood actor Richard Lawson Sunday (April 12) night.
Beyonce’s 61-year-old mom is marrying 67-year-old actor Richard Lawson on Sunday evening — and the yacht is leaving out of Newport Beach, CA. Everyone is dressed in white, including Blue Ivy. Solange was also there along with other relatives. The boat holds 300, and we’re guessing they could fill it to capacity if they want. (TMZ)
Last weekend, Queen Bey premiered a new song on Jay’s TIDAL streaming service.
In honor of their seventh wedding anniversary, Beyoncé celebrates her love for Jay Z on a new song called “Die With You,” which debuted Saturday on Jay Z’s new streaming service TIDAL. Wearing a Michael Jackson Thriller T-shirt and braids under a backwards cap, she performs the stripped-down song while playing the piano. The tender tribute includes the touching lyrics: “I don’t have a reason to be if I can’t be with you” and “I live so I can die with you.” (Rap-Up)
Last week, Jay revealed he had one-on-one conversations with each TIDAL business partner.
“I talked to everyone one on one about music and about what they would like to see in a service, and how would they like this to go. I wanted to know if they were willing to take a chance, since everyone’s names are attached and their reputations, too. And I just believe as long as we’re on the side of right, and we’re in this for the right reasons, it will work. It’s just a big opportunity for everyone — not a thing that belongs to any one person. That’s not fair, that’s not a democratic process, and that isn’t the idea behind it.” (Billboard)
Roc Nation’s Rihanna released her new “American Oxygen” song via Young Hov’s new TIDAL service last weekend.
Less than 24 hours after debuting her new song “American Oxygen” at the March Madness Music Fest in Indianapolis, Rihanna has premiered the track exclusively on Jay Z’s new music streaming service Tidal. (Billboard)