“Beyonce is a singer and a songwriter. She doesn’t need to wear see through clothes or body suits to sing. We know that because we’ve seen her singing accapella in a hospital in a pair of jeans and a T-shirt and – and she sounded like a celestial being from a different dimension. She doesn’t have to do this. She’s choosing to. And she’s not the first or only one woman to do it. And like the many women who have played this game the way they have, her reasons may be economic, artistic, personal or even misunderstood. But whatever her reasons, her influence cannot be underestimated or misunderstood.”
I don’t know much about the inner workings of the music industry and forgive my naivete, but hasn’t Beyonce gained enough success to dictate her own image? It seems that if she had more say about what she wears and sings about, she’d tell her team to give her a bit more modesty and cleaner lyrics, considering she’s now a mother. But Beyonce wants to keep her confusing image going, despite having the talent to dress like a lady and sing like one.
5 Reasons I Agree With This Open Letter To Michelle Obama About Her Beyonce Admiration was originally published on hellobeautiful.com