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After a pushed back world premiere, today 106 and Park, dropped Beyoncé’s official visual for Party, the single that now features Roc-Nation newbie, J. Cole. 


Directed by Beyoncé, the official visual for the Kanye West produced track was shot in New Jersey this past August and is packed with vivid, colorful images. I’ve had an appreciation for pinwheels since childhood! LOL!!

So who does Beyoncé bring to her back yard BBQ/block party? We see Auntie-to-be Solange Knowles made it to the party along with former Destiny’s Child band mate, Kelly Rowland…

…and J. Cole stands in for Andre 3000 on the remixed single and video. Politics.

Doesn’t this one just make you want to Party?!


Beyonce feat. J. ColeAs word hits the net that Beyoncé will premiere the “Official Visual” for her single Party on BETs 106 & Park this coming Tuesday, October 25, a remix of the song featuring Roc Nation’s J. Cole makes its way to the surface as well!

On the album, 4, Party features half of the Outkast duo, Andre 3000. I understand he will not make a cameo appearance in the video, he’s being replaced with J. Cole! Based on photos that were taken at the shoot in August, we know Bey’s former Destiny’s Child member and sister friend, Kelly Rowland is featured.

Kanye West hasn’t been removed the track, his voice is still ever-present. G.O.O.D. Music! One of my favorite singles from her newest album…

Listening to this makes me want to Party!

"Therefore I like to thank God and Ice Cube for Friday, ‘cause La da di…." What?!



I’m not sure who has next out of Roc Nation’s camp, but I can tell you who’s got now and that would be Bridget Kelly.

Earlier today, the Thinkin’ About Forever, songstress released her new EP, Every Girl, and I seriously can not believe it’s being given away for free $.99, but it is…

In a short period of time, Kelly has been able to make a name for herself in the industry. Introduced to the world on stage touring with veteran Jay-Z, her first single, written by industry hot boy Frank Ocean, assisted Kelly with becoming the artist to watch…

For her first offering out the gate, Kelly worked with writers Ne-Yo, Ester Dean, Terius “The Dream/Radio Killer” Nash, James Fauntelroy II and others. You ready to dig in?!

Download your copy of Every Girl here.

Find out what Bridget tells Hip Hollywood about her first album…

Did you download the EP? Are you feeling Every Girl?


The newest artist to come out of the Roc Nation empire is Bridget Kelly. The Queen’s Castle recently shared her debut single, Thinking About Forever, which was written by Frank Ocean and produced by her “number one producer,” Shay Taylor.

Kelly recently sat down with Rap-Up TV to reveal that she’s working on an EP with four to five songs that will help introduce her debut album, also in the works. So far she’s had the chance to work with The Dream and Ne-Yo and she further elaborates how Frank Ocean came to write the debut single. Signed to Roc Nation, Kelly admits that Jay-Z demands the best out of his artists, claiming it’s “a blessing to have a direct line” to him. She even shares a story about how he encouraged her to work on her music, when she thought she was through.

Her debut single knocks and I’m looking forward to some more music from her. If you haven’t heard Thinking About Forever, listen here.

More on Bridget Kelly at her website.

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