How powerful is Beyoncé?
Enough so to cover GQ, release new Destiny’s Child material, and perform at a Presidential Inauguration all in the same month.
Or, if she may so so herself: “I now know that, yes, I am powerful,” she tells GQ. “I’m more powerful than my mind can even digest and understand.”
The R&B superstar made a sneak announcement today, confirming that she and her old band are set to drop their first release since 2004’s Destiny Fulfilled. Titled Love Songs, the new Destiny’s Child effort will hit streets January 29th and is already available for preorder on Amazon. It’ll contain a new single from group, called “Nuclear.”
This comes after rampant speculation as to when Bey will be releasing a solo album of her own, given that her itinerary this year includes the Super Bowl halftime show and a high-profile HBO documentary.
Does this new announcement mean that her fellow Children of Destiny Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will be join her onstage at the Super Bowl? That remains to be seen.
In the meantime, gaze upon Bey’s “Blue Ivy came from this” body on the cover GQ and read her interview with the magazine.
How are you guys digesting this Destiny’s Child news? What guests do you think will join the party? Let’s talk.
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