Monday, June 27, 2011

Beyoncé's return: the maturity of a Diva

Return diva R & B. Or at least, the party has been able get better in the last decade to a genre capable of moving crowds, especially in the U.S., and whose clichés dominate and exploit as anyone knows. Namely: sensuality pouring, entertainment and rompepistas singles. Beyoncé is back with an album, 4, marked by the events that have dominated his life during the past year, which chose to move away from the spotlight to focus on his family life with her husband, rapper Jay Z, with which forms one of the most powerful couples the American music industry.

"I am a conservative woman who believes in family values," he said in his day. The result, Internet filtering weeks ago, and in stores tomorrow, is the most personal and reflective of his career, marked by a greater presence of a sediment ballads and more melancholy than festive, and has generated an outpouring of opinions among fans.

Some feel the lack of explosiveness of his previous work, others applaud his courage. "In addition to your ass, now takes advantage of his voice," defended one in an Internet forum. Beyoncé Knowles, who turns 30 in September, rose to popularity in the late nineties as a singer and songwriter of Destiny's Child, with whom went on to sell over 60 million records.

After the dissolution of the band debuted solo in 2003 with Dangerously in Love, followed B'Day (2006) and I Am .. Sasha Fierce (2008). Now, the singer with the corners of the planet's most explosive pop returns with his disc 4 to show that is in great shape. Forever sensual. And perhaps a more mature point in the musical.

This Monday also arrives in stores The Future is Medieval, Kaiser Chiefs. The Leeds band has opted for a procedure unpublished: through its website, proposed 20 songs for her fans chose the 10 that are part of the album.

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