Review #81: Beyonce, Beyonce

#81: Beyonce, Beyonce

This album happened to come out during the first time in my life I’d ever had friends who were professed pop fans, which was very lucky for me because when Lemonade came out, I already had my ears tuned to the Beyonce machine. The RS blurb points out that this was a surprise-drop album, and was also was a “visual” album, with a different video for each song. This album set us up to knock us…




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