So far, the Internet-intellectual music criticism addressing the politics of Beyoncé’s new visual album “Lemonade”—an R&B confession of marital discord that attempts to locate, within its narrative of the spiritual-psychological consequences of infidelity, a counterintuitive yet interrelated locus of black feminist empowerment—has coexisted in equal…
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What she’s famous for: a sitcom about alcohol abuse, a series of movies about talking babies
What she said about Trump: “I want someone that will rev us up and make us pay attention. Donald Trump, whether you like him or you don’t…
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