Beyonce ft. Nicki Minaj – Flawless Remix

Beyonce dropped a surprise remix of “Flawless” yesterday featuring Nicki Minaj.
The track immediately set off a frenzy in the blogosphere and on social media in part because its from Beyonce, but also because it contains a line referencing the infamous elevator altercation between her sister Solange and JAY Z:

“Of course sometimes sh#t goes down when there’s a billion dollars on an elevator.”

“Flawless” appears on Beyonce’s multi-platinum self-titled album, which was also released without prior notice.

Download: Beyonce ft. Nicki Minaj – Flawless Remix
Related: Beyonce – Partition [Music Video]

Beyonce – Partition [Music Video]

Beyonce’s third single from her self-titled album has received seductive visuals.
“Partition” was one of the most downloaded tracks on DJcity last December and Noodles & Devastator’s twerk remix reached #12 last month.

Download: Beyonce – Partition

Jay Z & Beyonce Top Billboard’s 2014 ‘Power 100’

Billboard unveiled its third annual Power 100 list during a special event last night at Emerson Theatre in Los Angeles.
According to Billboard’s site, “Rankings for the Power 100 were determined by a combination of key factors including market share, exclusive Billboard chart data/boxscore information, and revenue. A team of 15 top Billboard editors then analyzed the value of these metrics to produce the final results.”
Top 10:
1. JAY Z and Beyoncé
2. Lucian Grainge, CEO and chairman, Universal Music Group
3. Coran Capshaw, founder and owner, Red Light Management
4. Michael Rapino, CEO, Live Nation Entertainment
5. Martin Bandier, chairman and CEO, Sony/ATV Music Publishing
6. Doug Morris, chairman and CEO, Sony Music Entertainment
7. Irving Azoff, chairman and CEO, Azoff MSG Entertainment
8. Len Blavatnik, vice-chairman and owner, Warner Music Group
9. Rob Light, managing partner/head of music, Creative Artists Agency
10. Jimmy Iovine, chairman, Interscope Geffen A&M; co-founder and CEO, Beats Electronics
View the full list at Billboard