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Written by Administrator on Wednesday, 22 June 2011 07:52
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YOU CAN TRUST JIGGA!!!!



So Everybody is aware that Jay-Z is Beyonce's new manager-RIGHT?! If you dont...YOU should!!  she has publicly said he was BUT I can see JIGGA a mile away!!  Matthew Knowles did such a good job, many people people were skpetical of Jigga. Despite the fact that he has sold over 50 million albums worldwide and received thirteen Grammy Awards.  Bottomline- JAY-Z is BRILLIANT! His new marketing campaign for Beyonce's CD is dabomb.com!  Think about it, in preparation for next weeks BIG album release; Beyonce has aired a music video on American Idol gaining MILLIONS of viewers, leaked an album AND released 2 official singles(The Best I Never Had and Run The World-Girls) that are getting MAAAD AIRPLAY BTW!!! AMAZING marketing strategy!! Nobody has ever released a video on American Idol.  Personally, I cant wait until next week.  With all the HYPE... I feel like WHERE IS THE CD? I know I'm not alone and for that....JIGGA HAS DONE IT AGAIN!!

SN: I remember back in the day Destiny's Child open for Goody Mob at Grambling State University! It had to be 1997 or 1998 even; They got BOOOED! Can you believe it? The crowd open their umbrellas,turned their backs and BOOOED them like crazy. All because they wanted to see GOODY MOB!! NOT NOW Beyonce has POWER and Ce-lo have to jump hurdles and spit fire to get his award winning song "Forget You" on the radio. Hmmmph Funny how things change!!

Did you know Jay-Z serves as co-brand director for Budweiser Select and collaborates with the company on strategic marketing programs and creative ad development. YES INDEED, he provides direction on brand programs and ads that appear on TV, radio, print, and high-profile events. No wonder this dude is worth 450 Million!!  This DUDE does it all!! The 822 just want to say CONGRATS- You've Done It AGAIN JIGGA!!



MTV Did A Track-By-Track Listen Party. Read their reviews below.



Beyonce-new album





Beyoncé - '4' Track By Track Review 1+1 -FULL SONG

This is the perfect opener to Beyoncé 's fourth studio album, displaying Queen B at her best. Produced by Knowles and The-Dream, the guitar heavy ballad exposes a more vulnerable side to Bey as she pleads "make love to me". A classic stripped-back slow jam from the diva.



I Care

With it's throbbing beats, this Beyoncé and Jeff Bhasker produced tune proves why Bey is still the best in the business. Her vocals are flawless as she belts out notes we didn't even realise were possible.



I Miss You

Knowles has teamed up with Frank Ocean to pen this heartfelt ballad - produced by the Single Ladies star herself along with Shea Taylor. Her vocals are once again on point, as she delivers the track with raw emotion.



Best I Never Had-FULL SONG
We love this tune over at MTV and were more than happy when Queen B picked this track as her next single. Guaranteed to be a hit, this song reveals a more ferocious side to Beyoncé, with it's faster pace and aggressive piano backing. It's powerful, emotional and most of all, we can't get it out of our heads!



Party feat. Andre 3000

Produced by Kanye West, Knowles and Consequence, Beyoncé picks up the pace on this dance-floor filler, which is reminiscent of the music she was making with Destiny's Child back in the nineties...but of course, with that Sasha Fierce edge. Featuring the recognisable rapping of OutKast star, Andre 3000, this track is bound to be a monster hit. Oh, and Kanye even lends his vocals for a quick verse. A stand out tune on the album.



Rather Die Young

Beyoncé gets all mysterious on us with this dark, yet enchanting ballad. Produced by Queen B and Luke Steele, Knowles sings about dying young and leaving a legacy, even name dropping tragic actor James Dean at the start. Its eerie yet mesmerising, as Bey once again shows off her stunning vocals.



Start Over

This stonking and dramatic track has a rather futuristic feel, as it opens with electric and enticing beats. Produced once again by Beyoncé and Taylor, Knowles shows off that big voice of hers, leaving us wanting more from the lady herself. We are hoping this is a single.



Love On Top

As soon as we heard this track, it screamed 'classic disco', making us want to chuck on our dancing shoes &nsp; hit the floor. Produced once again by Queen B and Taylor, it's catchy, more uptempo and differs from the rest of the album, showing Beyoncé's versatility. Very Jackson 5. We like!



Countdown

This track samples the Boyz II Men song, Uhh Ahh, and sees Beyoncé teaming up with the likes of The-Dream, Taylor and Wayna Morris to write the song. It's faced-past, original and bound to be a massive tune in clubs across the globe. A refreshing break from the slower part of the LP.



End Of Time

Beyoncé yet again hooks-up with The-Dream for this track, as well as UK based DJ Switch, who is best known for his work with M.I.A and Santigold. The beat builds throughout the song, giving it a memorable sound and it's insanely catchy. Guaranteed to fill a dance floor near you soon.



I Was Here

Penned by Diane Warren and produced by One Republic's Ryan Tedder, Bey gets all reflective on us with this track, as it's about leaving a legacy. With it's simple backing music, the song really shows off Knowles' flawless and beautiful voice, singing lyrics like "I was here and will never be forgotten". A standout song on the album, we wont be forgetting Queen B in a hurry.



Run The World (Girls) FULL SONG

The first single to be taken from 4, Beyoncé explores a mixture of musical genres on this experimental track. Using a sample from Major Lazer's Pon de Floor, with the likes of The-Dream, Switch and Diplo playing a part in it's production. It's explosive beats and chanting chorus are bound to go down well at Glasto, although after listening to the whole album, we feel Queen B has so much more to offer.