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Beyonce's "If I Were A Boy" Video



You better get it in while you can because Papa Knowles is snatching this ish down everywhere. Check out Beyonce's "If I Was A Boy" video.  It's brand new and is the first video off her upcoming album I Am. The vid was supposed to debut next week but apparently it leaked early. I'm actually really feeling this song and the video compliments well. Check it.
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I liked it.

I liked it.
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first i saw the other vid

first i saw the other vid "put a ring on it" or something like that . I did not care for all the shaking, too much of it and thought beyonce had did a Deja Vu number on me again.......... until i saw this one. Wow, nice song , nice video ,nice concept. This is why I respect B.
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[quote comment="233841"]Natasha, PLEASE PASS THIS N. THIS STUPIDITY MUST STOP THE TERRORIST BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA(A Must Read) ''Superb article by Frank Rich of The New York Times...I agree 101%...(Don't take the article's title literally)'' IF you think way back to the start of this marathon campaign, back when it seemed preposterous that any black man could be a serious presidential contender, then you remember the biggest fear about Barack Obama: a crazy person might take a shot at him. Some voters told reporters that they didn’t want Obama to run, let alone win, should his very presence unleash the demons who have stalked America from Lincoln to King. After consultation with Congress, Michael Chertoff, the homeland security secretary, gave Obama a Secret Service detail earlier than any presidential candidate in our history — in May 2007, some eight months before the first Democratic primaries. “I’ve got the best protection in the world, so stop worrying,” Obama reassured his supporters. Eventually the country got conditioned to his appearing in large arenas without incident (though I confess that the first loud burst of fireworks at the end of his convention stadium speech gave me a start). In America, nothing does succeed like success. The fear receded. Until now. At McCain-Palin rallies, the raucous and insistent cries of “Treason!” and “Terrorist!” and “Kill him!” and “Off with his head!” as well as the uninhibited slinging of racial epithets, are actually something new in a campaign that has seen almost every conceivable twist. They are alarms. Doing nothing is not an option. All’s fair in politics. John McCain and Sarah Palin have every right to bring up William Ayers, even if his connection to Obama is minor, even if Ayers’s Weather Underground history dates back to Obama’s childhood, even if establishment Republicans and Democrats alike have collaborated with the present-day Ayers in educational reform. But it’s not just the old Joe McCarthyesque guilt-by-association game, however spurious, that’s going on here. Don’t for an instant believe the many mindlessly “even-handed” journalists who keep saying that the McCain campaign’s use of Ayers is the moral or political equivalent of the Obama campaign’s hammering on Charles Keating. What makes them different, and what has pumped up the Weimar-like rage at McCain-Palin rallies, is the violent escalation in rhetoric, especially (though not exclusively) by Palin. Obama “launched his political career in the living room of a domestic terrorist.” He is “palling around with terrorists” (note the plural noun). Obama is “not a man who sees America the way you and I see America.” Wielding a wildly out-of-context Obama quote, Palin slurs him as an enemy of American troops. By the time McCain asks the crowd “Who is the real Barack Obama?” it’s no surprise that someone cries out “Terrorist!” The rhetorical conflation of Obama with terrorism is complete. It is stoked further by the repeated invocation of Obama’s middle name by surrogates introducing McCain and Palin at these rallies. This sleight of hand at once synchronizes with the poisonous Obama-is-a-Muslim e-mail blasts and shifts the brand of terrorism from Ayers’s Vietnam-era variety to the radical Islamic threats of today. That’s a far cry from simply accusing Obama of being a guilty-by-association radical leftist. Obama is being branded as a potential killer and an accessory to past attempts at murder. “Barack Obama’s friend tried to kill my family” was how a McCain press release last week packaged the remembrance of a Weather Underground incident from 1970 — when Obama was 8. We all know what punishment fits the crime of murder, or even potential murder, if the security of post-9/11 America is at stake. We all know how self-appointed “patriotic” martyrs always justify taking the law into their own hands. Obama can hardly be held accountable for Ayers’s behavior 40 years ago, but at least McCain and Palin can try to take some responsibility for the behavior of their own supporters in 2008. What’s troubling here is not only the candidates’ loose inflammatory talk but also their refusal to step in promptly and strongly when someone responds to it with bloodthirsty threats in a crowded arena. Joe Biden had it exactly right when he expressed concern last week that “a leading American politician who might be vice president of the United States would not just stop midsentence and turn and condemn that.” To stay silent is to pour gas on the fires. It wasn’t always thus with McCain. In February he loudly disassociated himself from a speaker who brayed “Barack Hussein Obama” when introducing him at a rally in Ohio. Now McCain either backpedals with tardy, pro forma expressions of respect for his opponent or lets second-tier campaign underlings release boilerplate disavowals after ugly incidents like the chilling Jim Crow-era flashback last week when a Florida sheriff ranted about “Barack Hussein Obama” at a Palin rally while in full uniform. From the start, there have always been two separate but equal questions about race in this election. Is there still enough racism in America to prevent a black man from being elected president no matter what? And, will Republicans play the race card? The jury is out on the first question until Nov. 4. But we now have the unambiguous answer to the second: Yes. McCain, who is no racist, turned to this desperate strategy only as Obama started to pull ahead. The tone was set at the Republican convention, with Rudy Giuliani’s mocking dismissal of Obama as an “only in America” affirmative-action baby. We also learned then that the McCain campaign had recruited as a Palin handler none other than Tucker Eskew, the South Carolina consultant who had worked for George W. Bush in the notorious 2000 G.O.P. primary battle where the McCains and their adopted Bangladeshi daughter were slimed by vicious racist rumors. No less disconcerting was a still-unexplained passage of Palin’s convention speech: Her use of an unattributed quote praising small-town America (as opposed to, say, Chicago and its community organizers) from Westbrook Pegler, the mid-century Hearst columnist famous for his anti-Semitism, racism and violent rhetorical excess. After an assassin tried to kill F.D.R. at a Florida rally and murdered Chicago’s mayor instead in 1933, Pegler wrote that it was “regrettable that Giuseppe Zangara shot the wrong man.” In the ’60s, Pegler had a wish for Bobby Kennedy: “Some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow falls.” This is the writer who found his way into a speech by a potential vice president at a national political convention. It’s astonishing there’s been no demand for a public accounting from the McCain campaign. Imagine if Obama had quoted a Black Panther or Louis Farrakhan — or William Ayers — in Denver. The operatives who would have Palin quote Pegler have been at it ever since. A key indicator came two weeks after the convention, when the McCain campaign ran its first ad tying Obama to the mortgage giant Fannie Mae. Rather than make its case by using a legitimate link between Fannie and Obama (or other Democratic leaders), the McCain forces chose a former Fannie executive who had no real tie to Obama or his campaign but did have a black face that could dominate the ad’s visuals. There are no black faces high in the McCain hierarchy to object to these tactics. There hasn’t been a single black Republican governor, senator or House member in six years. This is a campaign where Palin can repeatedly declare that Alaska is “a microcosm of America” without anyone even wondering how that might be so for a state whose tiny black and Hispanic populations are each roughly one-third the national average. There are indeed so few people of color at McCain events that a black senior writer from The Tallahassee Democrat was mistakenly ejected by the Secret Service from a campaign rally in Panama City in August, even though he was standing with other reporters and showed his credentials. His only apparent infraction was to look glaringly out of place. Could the old racial politics still be determinative? I’ve long been skeptical of the incessant press prognostications (and liberal panic) that this election will be decided by racist white men in the Rust Belt. Now even the dimmest bloviators have figured out that Americans are riveted by the color green, not black — as in money, not energy. Voters are looking for a leader who might help rescue them, not a reckless gambler whose lurching responses to the economic meltdown (a campaign “suspension,” a mortgage-buyout stunt that changes daily) are as unhinged as his wanderings around the debate stage. To see how fast the tide is moving, just look at North Carolina. On July 4 this year — the day that the godfather of modern G.O.P. racial politics, Jesse Helms, died — The Charlotte Observer reported that strategists of both parties agreed Obama’s chances to win the state fell “between slim and none.” Today, as Charlotte reels from the implosion of Wachovia, the McCain-Obama race is a dead heat in North Carolina and Helms’s Republican successor in the Senate, Elizabeth Dole, is looking like a goner. But we’re not at Election Day yet, and if voters are to have their final say, both America and Obama have to get there safely. The McCain campaign has crossed the line between tough negative campaigning and inciting vigilantism, and each day the mob howls louder. The onus is on the man who says he puts his country first to call off the dogs, pit bulls and otherwise.[/quote] Thank you GEMSTAR I am so glad I took the time to read this article, I do have notice the race baiting and mob like mentality at McCain-Palin rallies and I hope this article will change all of that.
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I love it, Love it, Love

I love it, Love it, Love it!!! Just when I think she can't get much better she gives it to us! I love the twist at the end . . . great concept! My girl B is the truth!!!
Honey's picture

I actually liked the video

I actually liked the video and the song. Queen Bey has arrived....again! Good look girlie...
Mama4Obama's picture

[quote comment="234316"]I

[quote comment="234316"]I love the video and the song. I'm glad that she finally got rid of the over made-over look. I like that wig it's cute. The only thing i don't about B is that she doesn't have her own ideas. She's not an orginal. I wounder what Ciara and Alica Keys are thinking right now. lol. Oh well if the fans like it i guess it'll do. We need more orginal singers like Janet, Alica Keys, and even (surprising to say) RiRi. Until then....B monkey see monkey takes lol[/quote] Rihanna? Original? ROTFLMAO!!! You obviously dont know what you're talking about. I guess you've never heard of Fefe Dobson. Ask her about little miss rihanna. She even copied her tattoos.LMAO And since when is Alicia and Ciara original? Alicia has sampled so many people songs its ridiculous and she is like a bootleg Stevie Wonder. And dont even get me started on Ciara. We all know she wouldn't be here if Aaliyah was alive. You people kill me with this 'originality' crap. NO ARTIST IS ORIGINAL. Not even Michael Jackson is original (James Brown) so sit down with that wack crap. Anyway both the song and video are hot and Queen Bey is definitely about to takeover again.
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[quote comment="233518"]I

[quote comment="233518"]I LIVE, EAT, BREATHE AND SHIT BEYONCE GISELLE KNOWLES BORN SEPTEMBER 4TH 1981 TO TINA AND MATTHEW KNOWLES IN HOUSTON TEXAS. IF ANYBODY AND I MEAN ANYBODY GETS IN MY WAY I WILL DESTROY YOU BECAUSE YOU SIMPLY --->DONT FUCK WITH THE QUEEN<--- NOW BOW THE FUCK DOWN BITCHES!![/quote] LMAO!!!
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I love the video and the

I love the video and the song. I'm glad that she finally got rid of the over made-over look. I like that wig it's cute. The only thing i don't about B is that she doesn't have her own ideas. She's not an orginal. I wounder what Ciara and Alica Keys are thinking right now. lol. Oh well if the fans like it i guess it'll do. We need more orginal singers like Janet, Alica Keys, and even (surprising to say) RiRi. Until then....B monkey see monkey takes lol
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JUST FABBBBBBB!!!!

JUST FABBBBBBB!!!!
DIDA's picture

wow i am really feeling that

wow i am really feeling that video and that song...gives people something to think about
Jazzy J's picture

[quote comment="233806"]Disco

[quote comment="233806"]Disco 1: “I Am... Beyoncé” 01. If I Were A Boy 02. All You Can’t See 03. Roses And Chocolates 04. Sometimes It Hurts 05. Love Me Not 06. Street To Nowhere 07. Hate To Leave 08. Together 09. God Blessed Our Love (Ave Maria Interlude) 10. At Last Disco 2: “I Am... Sasha” 01. Lights Out 02. Do A Dub (ft. Kanye) 03. Single Ladies 04. Baker 05. Beat My Drums (ft. Jay Z) 06. Movin’ Aside 07. Freeze 08. Breaking the Rules 09. Mighty King 10. Nightcap's Lovers (ft. Justin Timberlake)[/quote] [quote comment="233317"]I liked the video and the song... __________________Passes out from excitement
YOU KNOW WHAT!!!'s picture

[quote comment="233317"]I

[quote comment="233317"]I liked the video and the song... Well done Beyonce!! Question: Is it just me or does Bey need a new look? Im thinking a short cut would be fly on me. What do you guys think? i say that because she always has the same look. Look what a short cut has sone for Rihanna....Oh girl got it going on and she looks sexy![/quote] Honey...Beyonce does not need a haircut to revive her career. Rihanna needed it...plus an umbrella, with Jay-Z on it. Rihanna is on her 3rd album and just getting hot. Bee is on ...I lost count. And was fly from day one.
YOU KNOW WHAT!!!'s picture

ok i loved the video... but

ok i loved the video... but ima have to keep it all the way 100 the guy upstaged her when it came to her acting... shes okay when she keeps her mouth closed but as soon as she has to add dialog it comes off fake and unnatural im just saying... she has a long way to go before she grabs that Oscar but all in all a great video..oh and its my first comment and i'm late cuz beyonce video was pulled off earlier
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I like the song and the

I like the song and the video. One thing about Beyonce what ever she puts on a CD she will give it to you extra live... I like she is going in a somewhat different direction and also giving her fans that dont want to move up a little some of the old stuff with SL.. But overall I like this direction and will buy her CD.. If everyone like this video than something would've been wrong with it so you know she is moving in the right direction.
bored's picture

ok, so i get everything out

ok, so i get everything out the way. clear my desk, get me a good cup of coffee so i can watch this vid undisturbed. and low and behold, the vid ain't availble no more...damnit Papa Knowles ::shake head disapprovingly
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[quote comment="233429"][quote comment="233425"]I Love The VIDEO.. Compliments The Song Well.. I Just Don'r Get All The Hating.... Beyonce Is FINE.. And AMAZING![/quote] SMART![/quote] I Am The ULTIMATE Beyonce Fan/Lover/Supporter.. But It Seems Like Everytime I Comment On A Post.. (About Her Or Otherwise) Someone Has Something Egregious To Say In Response To Me.. So I Just Say The Bare Minimum. I Mean All In All The Site Is An Open Forum.. And Everyone Is Entitled To Their Opinion.. But People Still Feel The Need To Be STUPID!
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Natasha, PLEASE PASS THIS N.

Natasha, PLEASE PASS THIS N. THIS STUPIDITY MUST STOP THE TERRORIST BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA(A Must Read) ''Superb article by Frank Rich of The New York Times...I agree 101%...(Don't take the article's title literally)'' IF you think way back to the start of this marathon campaign, back when it seemed preposterous that any black man could be a serious presidential contender, then you remember the biggest fear about Barack Obama: a crazy person might take a shot at him. Some voters told reporters that they didn’t want Obama to run, let alone win, should his very presence unleash the demons who have stalked America from Lincoln to King. After consultation with Congress, Michael Chertoff, the homeland security secretary, gave Obama a Secret Service detail earlier than any presidential candidate in our history — in May 2007, some eight months before the first Democratic primaries. “I’ve got the best protection in the world, so stop worrying,” Obama reassured his supporters. Eventually the country got conditioned to his appearing in large arenas without incident (though I confess that the first loud burst of fireworks at the end of his convention stadium speech gave me a start). In America, nothing does succeed like success. The fear receded. Until now. At McCain-Palin rallies, the raucous and insistent cries of “Treason!” and “Terrorist!” and “Kill him!” and “Off with his head!” as well as the uninhibited slinging of racial epithets, are actually something new in a campaign that has seen almost every conceivable twist. They are alarms. Doing nothing is not an option. All’s fair in politics. John McCain and Sarah Palin have every right to bring up William Ayers, even if his connection to Obama is minor, even if Ayers’s Weather Underground history dates back to Obama’s childhood, even if establishment Republicans and Democrats alike have collaborated with the present-day Ayers in educational reform. But it’s not just the old Joe McCarthyesque guilt-by-association game, however spurious, that’s going on here. Don’t for an instant believe the many mindlessly “even-handed” journalists who keep saying that the McCain campaign’s use of Ayers is the moral or political equivalent of the Obama campaign’s hammering on Charles Keating. What makes them different, and what has pumped up the Weimar-like rage at McCain-Palin rallies, is the violent escalation in rhetoric, especially (though not exclusively) by Palin. Obama “launched his political career in the living room of a domestic terrorist.” He is “palling around with terrorists” (note the plural noun). Obama is “not a man who sees America the way you and I see America.” Wielding a wildly out-of-context Obama quote, Palin slurs him as an enemy of American troops. By the time McCain asks the crowd “Who is the real Barack Obama?” it’s no surprise that someone cries out “Terrorist!” The rhetorical conflation of Obama with terrorism is complete. It is stoked further by the repeated invocation of Obama’s middle name by surrogates introducing McCain and Palin at these rallies. This sleight of hand at once synchronizes with the poisonous Obama-is-a-Muslim e-mail blasts and shifts the brand of terrorism from Ayers’s Vietnam-era variety to the radical Islamic threats of today. That’s a far cry from simply accusing Obama of being a guilty-by-association radical leftist. Obama is being branded as a potential killer and an accessory to past attempts at murder. “Barack Obama’s friend tried to kill my family” was how a McCain press release last week packaged the remembrance of a Weather Underground incident from 1970 — when Obama was 8. We all know what punishment fits the crime of murder, or even potential murder, if the security of post-9/11 America is at stake. We all know how self-appointed “patriotic” martyrs always justify taking the law into their own hands. Obama can hardly be held accountable for Ayers’s behavior 40 years ago, but at least McCain and Palin can try to take some responsibility for the behavior of their own supporters in 2008. What’s troubling here is not only the candidates’ loose inflammatory talk but also their refusal to step in promptly and strongly when someone responds to it with bloodthirsty threats in a crowded arena. Joe Biden had it exactly right when he expressed concern last week that “a leading American politician who might be vice president of the United States would not just stop midsentence and turn and condemn that.” To stay silent is to pour gas on the fires. It wasn’t always thus with McCain. In February he loudly disassociated himself from a speaker who brayed “Barack Hussein Obama” when introducing him at a rally in Ohio. Now McCain either backpedals with tardy, pro forma expressions of respect for his opponent or lets second-tier campaign underlings release boilerplate disavowals after ugly incidents like the chilling Jim Crow-era flashback last week when a Florida sheriff ranted about “Barack Hussein Obama” at a Palin rally while in full uniform. From the start, there have always been two separate but equal questions about race in this election. Is there still enough racism in America to prevent a black man from being elected president no matter what? And, will Republicans play the race card? The jury is out on the first question until Nov. 4. But we now have the unambiguous answer to the second: Yes. McCain, who is no racist, turned to this desperate strategy only as Obama started to pull ahead. The tone was set at the Republican convention, with Rudy Giuliani’s mocking dismissal of Obama as an “only in America” affirmative-action baby. We also learned then that the McCain campaign had recruited as a Palin handler none other than Tucker Eskew, the South Carolina consultant who had worked for George W. Bush in the notorious 2000 G.O.P. primary battle where the McCains and their adopted Bangladeshi daughter were slimed by vicious racist rumors. No less disconcerting was a still-unexplained passage of Palin’s convention speech: Her use of an unattributed quote praising small-town America (as opposed to, say, Chicago and its community organizers) from Westbrook Pegler, the mid-century Hearst columnist famous for his anti-Semitism, racism and violent rhetorical excess. After an assassin tried to kill F.D.R. at a Florida rally and murdered Chicago’s mayor instead in 1933, Pegler wrote that it was “regrettable that Giuseppe Zangara shot the wrong man.” In the ’60s, Pegler had a wish for Bobby Kennedy: “Some white patriot of the Southern tier will spatter his spoonful of brains in public premises before the snow falls.” This is the writer who found his way into a speech by a potential vice president at a national political convention. It’s astonishing there’s been no demand for a public accounting from the McCain campaign. Imagine if Obama had quoted a Black Panther or Louis Farrakhan — or William Ayers — in Denver. The operatives who would have Palin quote Pegler have been at it ever since. A key indicator came two weeks after the convention, when the McCain campaign ran its first ad tying Obama to the mortgage giant Fannie Mae. Rather than make its case by using a legitimate link between Fannie and Obama (or other Democratic leaders), the McCain forces chose a former Fannie executive who had no real tie to Obama or his campaign but did have a black face that could dominate the ad’s visuals. There are no black faces high in the McCain hierarchy to object to these tactics. There hasn’t been a single black Republican governor, senator or House member in six years. This is a campaign where Palin can repeatedly declare that Alaska is “a microcosm of America” without anyone even wondering how that might be so for a state whose tiny black and Hispanic populations are each roughly one-third the national average. There are indeed so few people of color at McCain events that a black senior writer from The Tallahassee Democrat was mistakenly ejected by the Secret Service from a campaign rally in Panama City in August, even though he was standing with other reporters and showed his credentials. His only apparent infraction was to look glaringly out of place. Could the old racial politics still be determinative? I’ve long been skeptical of the incessant press prognostications (and liberal panic) that this election will be decided by racist white men in the Rust Belt. Now even the dimmest bloviators have figured out that Americans are riveted by the color green, not black — as in money, not energy. Voters are looking for a leader who might help rescue them, not a reckless gambler whose lurching responses to the economic meltdown (a campaign “suspension,” a mortgage-buyout stunt that changes daily) are as unhinged as his wanderings around the debate stage. To see how fast the tide is moving, just look at North Carolina. On July 4 this year — the day that the godfather of modern G.O.P. racial politics, Jesse Helms, died — The Charlotte Observer reported that strategists of both parties agreed Obama’s chances to win the state fell “between slim and none.” Today, as Charlotte reels from the implosion of Wachovia, the McCain-Obama race is a dead heat in North Carolina and Helms’s Republican successor in the Senate, Elizabeth Dole, is looking like a goner. But we’re not at Election Day yet, and if voters are to have their final say, both America and Obama have to get there safely. The McCain campaign has crossed the line between tough negative campaigning and inciting vigilantism, and each day the mob howls louder. The onus is on the man who says he puts his country first to call off the dogs, pit bulls and otherwise.
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Don't you all idiots know

Don't you all idiots know that the world is in a financial meltdown, there is overpopulation, that there are scarce resources, you don't know it but there are conversations ongoing right now that the urban blacks are just taking up space and vital resources and need to be exterminated either through incarceration or actual genocide. noone will fight for you when the decision is made to poison you all and kill you as you are not adding any value to civilization at all. youtube overpopulation, concentration camps, fema gas chambers, they are building these now and you all are destined to be the ones 'chosen' as you all are pathetic, sad, disgraceful and no longer the envy of the world, llike black people were with MLK, Mary Mcleod Bethune, you all are expendable as I hear my parents say, I hated to look at it that way, but its true. The majority of baby momma, baby daddy, hiv or other std infected fools are not advancing science, the arts, nothing, you all are just draining resources and trust your kind might not make it. Also google that 1 in 4 mammals are due for extinction, hello humans are mammals and actually 1 in 4 human families won't make it, and your families will be the first to go as you have no survival skills, no reasoning skills, no direction, just mindless and sad :(
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[quote comment="233487"][quote comment="233477"]Apart from calling people "haters" or people who want to rain on Beyonce's parade NO ONE CAN DISPUTE THE FACTS These are not coincidences. It is a deliberate attempt by Beyonce to take an idea from a fellow artist and use it as her own.She has done it in the past when she claimed she wrote Irreplaceable. The facts are: Ciara did a similar concept of role reversal and tackled gender inequality BEFORE Beyonce with her hit Like A Boy. Ciara's video about this concept saw her dressing like a boy and her video was shot in black and white. Beyonce's unique and original take on the same concept was to dress up as a man and shoot her video in black & white. Ciara announced her 3 disc conceptual album in the first half of the year based on three genres/styles of music that she represents. Beyonce's album is now also coincidentally a conceptual album based on her two alter egos spread across two discs. No hating. Just the facts.[/quote] Bitch you deserve to be shot,chocked,stabbed and raped for saying some bullshit like that. Beyonce won't thinking about that non-singing musuclar manly looking bitch when she decided the concept for her album. Like i said before these bitches need to push there album back before they get there feelings crushed.[/quote] all of the back and forth had me rolling my eyes like look at all these idlers...but did you just tell this woman she needs to be raped for her opinion? JUST WOW...you are so sad...
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[quote comment="233749"]OMFG

[quote comment="233749"]OMFG WHAT KINDA FUCKIN CULT DO THESE STANS BELONG TO CUZ THEY SERIOUSLY DISTURBED![/quote] :roll: The only CULT is the one HATERS belong to--one which involves obsessing over someone THEY CLAIM NOT TO LIKE, YET STILL COMMENT ON THAT PERSON. Haters, when Beyonce hits #1, it'll be all thanks to you. U give Bey her motivation.
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[quote comment="233804"][quote comment="233799"][quote comment="233625"]I don't care if I am the last to comment after 200+ plus comments, but it is sooo funny to read these comments of people going at other people based on their OPINIONS!!! If you are a huge fan of Beyonce, good for you! If somebody else is not, so what? The world will not come to an end! I personally haven't seen the video. Why? Because I don't really care for the song. That's not saying I don't care for Beyonce (I have purchased her prev cds) she just needs to come with something more. That's it! Shit people get this excited about the upcoming election, not about a video. By the way, BARACK THE VOTE!! :):):)[/quote] I think 90% of Beyonce's fans are mentally unstable LOL[/quote] No more unstable than the ones who dislike her! Hell 80% of the comments are from those who dislike her rather than fans.[/quote] Agreed!! Haters are the ones who CONSTANTLY be searching for Beyonce-related posts to obesses over her. It validates their miserable lives to hate on a successful black woman.
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Disco 1: “I Am...

Disco 1: “I Am... Beyoncé” 01. If I Were A Boy 02. All You Can’t See 03. Roses And Chocolates 04. Sometimes It Hurts 05. Love Me Not 06. Street To Nowhere 07. Hate To Leave 08. Together 09. God Blessed Our Love (Ave Maria Interlude) 10. At Last Disco 2: “I Am... Sasha” 01. Lights Out 02. Do A Dub (ft. Kanye) 03. Single Ladies 04. Baker 05. Beat My Drums (ft. Jay Z) 06. Movin’ Aside 07. Freeze 08. Breaking the Rules 09. Mighty King 10. Nightcap's Lovers (ft. Justin Timberlake)
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[quote comment="233799"][quote comment="233625"]I don't care if I am the last to comment after 200+ plus comments, but it is sooo funny to read these comments of people going at other people based on their OPINIONS!!! If you are a huge fan of Beyonce, good for you! If somebody else is not, so what? The world will not come to an end! I personally haven't seen the video. Why? Because I don't really care for the song. That's not saying I don't care for Beyonce (I have purchased her prev cds) she just needs to come with something more. That's it! Shit people get this excited about the upcoming election, not about a video. By the way, BARACK THE VOTE!! :):):)[/quote] I think 90% of Beyonce's fans are mentally unstable LOL[/quote] No more unstable than the ones who dislike her! Hell 80% of the comments are from those who dislike her rather than fans.
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[quote comment="233806"]Disco

[quote comment="233806"]Disco 1: “I Am... Beyoncé” 01. If I Were A Boy 02. All You Can’t See 03. Roses And Chocolates 04. Sometimes It Hurts 05. Love Me Not 06. Street To Nowhere 07. Hate To Leave 08. Together 09. God Blessed Our Love (Ave Maria Interlude) 10. At Last Disco 2: “I Am... Sasha” 01. Lights Out 02. Do A Dub (ft. Kanye) 03. Single Ladies 04. Baker 05. Beat My Drums (ft. Jay Z) 06. Movin’ Aside 07. Freeze 08. Breaking the Rules 09. Mighty King 10. Nightcap's Lovers (ft. Justin Timberlake)[/quote] Dang! where did you get that!? Seems like this will be worth the money. I see the 1st disc is more ballads and the 2nd uptempo songs. This is a real a treat for her fans. Was never a fan until I saw her live shows..... She is coming correct this time around. The last album was garbage. "Crazy in love" changed the game. Hope she elevates it more this round.
Tyty's picture

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[quote comment="233790"]*Looking at all these damn post saying* LORD HAVE MERCY KELLY CLARKSON EDDIE MURPHY![/quote] CTFU!!!!!!!!!!!
Slick's picture

[quote comment="233625"]I

[quote comment="233625"]I don't care if I am the last to comment after 200+ plus comments, but it is sooo funny to read these comments of people going at other people based on their OPINIONS!!! If you are a huge fan of Beyonce, good for you! If somebody else is not, so what? The world will not come to an end! I personally haven't seen the video. Why? Because I don't really care for the song. That's not saying I don't care for Beyonce (I have purchased her prev cds) she just needs to come with something more. That's it! Shit people get this excited about the upcoming election, not about a video. By the way, BARACK THE VOTE!! :):):)[/quote] I think 90% of Beyonce's fans are mentally unstable LOL
Slick's picture

[quote comment="233806"]Disco

[quote comment="233806"]Disco 1: “I Am... Beyoncé” 01. If I Were A Boy 02. All You Can’t See 03. Roses And Chocolates 04. Sometimes It Hurts 05. Love Me Not 06. Street To Nowhere 07. Hate To Leave 08. Together 09. God Blessed Our Love (Ave Maria Interlude) 10. At Last Disco 2: “I Am... Sasha” 01. Lights Out 02. Do A Dub (ft. Kanye) 03. Single Ladies 04. Baker 05. Beat My Drums (ft. Jay Z) 06. Movin’ Aside 07. Freeze 08. Breaking the Rules 09. Mighty King 10. Nightcap's Lovers (ft. Justin Timberlake)[/quote] Dang! where did you get that!? Seems like this will be worth the money. I see the 1st disc is more ballads and the 2nd uptempo songs. This is a real a treat for her fans. Was never a fan until I saw her live shows..... She is coming correct this time around. The last album was garbage. "Crazy in love" changed the game. Hope she elevates it more this round.
Tyty's picture

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[quote comment="233761"][quote comment="233736"]WOW I'm of course the Ultimate Beyonce Fan, Stan, or whatever you want to call me. I will support her until the day she stops making music or does something totally stupid that i don't agree with. I'm not sure why people that seem to dislike her continue to read about her. Hell most of the "haters" can tell me more about her than anyone I know. This world, including the music industry, is large enough for numerous musical artist. I listen to a lot of music from Aretha, Chaka, Whitney, Toni Braxton, Rihanna, Jazmine S, Alicia Keys and on on on on....but if I wanna see a performance....an entertainer....my money is on Beyonce/Sasha. I think people tear her apart for no reason....bc YOU think she is perfect. She has stated many times she knows she is not perfect but some people continue to project and transer how they percieve her. When in fact, all she wants to do is entertain and be human. Live Laugh Love.....start with yourself![/quote] Hey, I saw you on lateboots too! I cant get enough of them or YBF Rooting for B everywhere we go!!![/quote] Yeah LB is a cool site. I like YBF bc the BLOGGER, Natasha, doesn't teaar the black entertainers apart like some other blog sites unless it's foolywang material. Now the posters here are questionable. Oh yeah i root for Beyonce every where...she is an upstanding woman....i can appreciate it.
KleanKlear&amp;amp;_Kontrol's picture

*Looking at all these damn

*Looking at all these damn post saying* LORD HAVE MERCY KELLY CLARKSON EDDIE MURPHY!
Travis's picture

Most people on here need to

Most people on here need to grow up, seek help and 'put their thinking caps on',, you all really make America look bad and build a strong case for ridding the earth of slimy stupid black people, as what is your purpose, what good are you doing, think about it. In the times of MLK when the govt was sicking dogs on people the world wouldn't allow it as black people THEN stood for education, hard work, etc..now you all are reducing yourselves to a bunch of cackling mindless fools,,when the attempt is made AGAIN to kill yall black azzes noone is going to stand in the way, your mentality and lack of intelligence is just sad. That is whyI like popsugar, people express themselves and everyone keeps it moving, not this MINDLESS back and forth, its scary, stupid and may just help get your kind exterminated from the earth.
Listen Up's picture

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[quote comment="233808"][quote comment="233749"]OMFG WHAT KINDA FUCKIN CULT DO THESE STANS BELONG TO CUZ THEY SERIOUSLY DISTURBED![/quote] :roll: The only CULT is the one HATERS belong to--one which involves obsessing over someone THEY CLAIM NOT TO LIKE, YET STILL COMMENT ON THAT PERSON. Haters, when Beyonce hits #1, it'll be all thanks to you. U give Bey her motivation.[/quote] oh calm the fuck down. u act like beyonce but the dick on you like jay-z put on her. seriously got u buggin the fuck out. im no hater but im definately not part of the stan cult either. i actually liked the dangerously in love cd....my friend burned it for me lol
black_ice's picture

I love the song and the

I love the song and the video...it's about time a artist talks about real life issues instead of pointless party music... Bey is headed towards legend status! Go Bey!!! I'm no stan either...this is the 3rd song I like from her..didn't like the last album; too mediocre...
seven-one-eight's picture

That song is a steaming hot

That song is a steaming hot plate of garbage!! Beyonce's howling gets worse the harder she tries. She needs more studio trickery to sound even halfway decent and this song doesn't do it for her. The video was lame too. Did she come up with the concept too? They could've done a better job making the transition from her to him. Booo. Thumbs down. Hated it.
SoWhat's picture

so does this mean that i

so does this mean that i should watch the video with the sound off because y'all seem to be loving it? Just hearing ten seconds of it makes me not want to hear anymore....
ms.kelly's picture

amen

amen
southernstyle74's picture

I definitely love the song

I definitely love the song and video! but there is a such thing as being a normal fan and just being down right obsessed with someone to the point where you're calling people out of their names just to get your point across which is pure ignorance and tasteless. Beyonce is a very talented woman but her stans are ridiculous and I don't think they even realize how foolish they are. To worship and to idolize man is most evil. And it's evil because the 1st commandment of the LORD's Law is Thou shalt have no other gods before me.(Exodus 20:3) have a great weekend! =)
mzhighclass's picture

[quote comment="233736"]WOW

[quote comment="233736"]WOW I'm of course the Ultimate Beyonce Fan, Stan, or whatever you want to call me. I will support her until the day she stops making music or does something totally stupid that i don't agree with. I'm not sure why people that seem to dislike her continue to read about her. Hell most of the "haters" can tell me more about her than anyone I know. This world, including the music industry, is large enough for numerous musical artist. I listen to a lot of music from Aretha, Chaka, Whitney, Toni Braxton, Rihanna, Jazmine S, Alicia Keys and on on on on....but if I wanna see a performance....an entertainer....my money is on Beyonce/Sasha. I think people tear her apart for no reason....bc YOU think she is perfect. She has stated many times she knows she is not perfect but some people continue to project and transer how they percieve her. When in fact, all she wants to do is entertain and be human. Live Laugh Love.....start with yourself![/quote] Hey, I saw you on lateboots too! I cant get enough of them or YBF Rooting for B everywhere we go!!!
VOGUE's picture

Wow! people really go hard

Wow! people really go hard for this chick...what kinda drugs she be givin allyuh via her songs wateva it is y'all needs to lay of it....my word! LMAO! Someone even wished death on another person just for Bey...OMG!!!!!!! what is wrong with some people?! I wonder if she pays y'all per letter or per comment cuz if she doesn't is it really worth it? I mean c'mon Beyonce doh kno you so leave ppl to make thier comments in peace...lol! As for me I luv the vid and the song.
Ms Thang's picture

OMFG WHAT KINDA FUCKIN CULT

OMFG WHAT KINDA FUCKIN CULT DO THESE STANS BELONG TO CUZ THEY SERIOUSLY DISTURBED!
black_ice's picture

Man HUSH. Who said I didnt

Man HUSH. Who said I didnt like her? I just noticed a money making trend that girl has going on...THATS ALL. If you want to respond to my comment, why dont you take the effort of reading what was posted?
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[quote comment="233745"][quote comment="233713"][quote comment="233645"]I'm on to her shit, shes pimpin the hell outta you insecure down n out ass females. She did it on Dangerously in Love with Me Myself n I. She did it in B-Day wth Irreplaceable. And now look. She tries to cover it up talking about "female empowerment", but all shes doing is empowering these gullible ass girls to keep her high on a hog.[/quote] This has got to be one of the funniest comments I've ever read on here. LMAO. So Beyonce singing songs that are positive is a bad thing, and it's all a cover up? But you're probably one of the same ones who says something about a playful club song too. You're prob one of the bipolar ones who don't know what they want from Beyonce, because you want one thing one minute and change your mind the next. And oh don't let it be something positive because there's something wrong with that too. Just say you don't like Beyonce and never will, that's being more honest than comnig up with this comedic mess. *dead* @ it being negative for Beyonce to have empowering songs. I've read it all on here.[/quote] Girl..take a seat. I know you cant wait for that album so you can get the $13.99 "therapy" that you can afford. Quite alright..[/quote] Ok. If it makes you feel better to believe that than so be it. I don't need therapy at all. In fact I think the person who needs therapy is the one who signs into a blog under a fake moniker of "Beyonce is not slick". That takes something extra to do. To take the effort to listen to her songs, watch the videos, and then make a fake name in order to come a blog to down her. You did a whole lot for a person that you obviously don't like. Must suck to be you. And I'm the one who needs therapy? Pot meet kettle. Look in the mirror.I'm sure others who see this will agree.
jlovely's picture

Beyonce is a marketing tool.

Beyonce is a marketing tool. of course her music is going to be here and there sometimes...anyways, the video puts the song together because without the video it sucks to me.
Key2TheCity's picture

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[quote comment="233713"][quote comment="233645"]I'm on to her shit, shes pimpin the hell outta you insecure down n out ass females. She did it on Dangerously in Love with Me Myself n I. She did it in B-Day wth Irreplaceable. And now look. She tries to cover it up talking about "female empowerment", but all shes doing is empowering these gullible ass girls to keep her high on a hog.[/quote] This has got to be one of the funniest comments I've ever read on here. LMAO. So Beyonce singing songs that are positive is a bad thing, and it's all a cover up? But you're probably one of the same ones who says something about a playful club song too. You're prob one of the bipolar ones who don't know what they want from Beyonce, because you want one thing one minute and change your mind the next. And oh don't let it be something positive because there's something wrong with that too. Just say you don't like Beyonce and never will, that's being more honest than comnig up with this comedic mess. *dead* @ it being negative for Beyonce to have empowering songs. I've read it all on here.[/quote] Girl..take a seat. I know you cant wait for that album so you can get the $13.99 "therapy" that you can afford. Quite alright..
Beyonce aint slick!'s picture

wellits a wackass song.I'm

wellits a wackass song.I'm very offended at how she is jocking everyone's swagger .She is biting off of Leona Lewis vocal range and her second video is straight up copying off Ciara's Go Girl robot scene.I was about too fall for the trap and let SATAN hypnotize me into liking Beyonce music.But I can't get with her .I'm a 33 year old chick from Houston Tx and I just can't relate too her like I can a Mary J.Blige , Denise Illiams, Chaka Khan , Jill Scott etc. I like grown ass women music and old school soul music and this bubble gum dog crap isn't my cup of tea. But we know we are gonna get abused by the airwaves and by the time Papa Knowles them are done we all will be sick of that thing Beyonce. I just haven't been able relatetoo her at all she don't excite me. Its the same with how folks go gag ga over Angelina Jolie I just can't fall in the trap of agreeing with society if Ijust don't see the fascination. Not hating o her just can't RELate too her.
southernstyle74's picture

I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THE SONG

I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THE SONG AND VIEO. I LIKE BEE NATURAL AND NOT ALL SPARKLE BARBIE. SHE LOOKED GOOD. I LIKED THE CONCEPT! VERY GOOD BEY!
obama for change's picture

Wasn't feeling the song at

Wasn't feeling the song at first. I like the vid though. The song will grow on me.
Jacqui6's picture

Beautiful! Just love it!

Beautiful! Just love it!
Kels's picture

FLOP!!!!

FLOP!!!!
urbanthoughts08's picture

I am so mad - that people

I am so mad - that people turn this post into this low class mess(both fans and non-fans). I enjoyed the song and thought Beyonce did a good job with the acting. Almost want to forward it to my ex bastard of a boyfriend (but he's just a boy, he would not understand). :-( We could have talked about the substance of the song/video as opposed to all the useless filth that was written... Beyonce is beautiful and is trying to push the envelope, go girl! She is only 25/26 and people living on 10 cents a day have heard her songs. Her work ethic is amazing, she is a freaking machine. We need to bottle that up and sell it to the masses, so that more of us can apply ourselves and rise up and become Baracks, Michelles, Oprahs etc...
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