She doesn’t have the most streams or biggest sales figures but she does have a die-hard fan base.
Having dressed Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian among others, Thierry Mugler is best known for his power dressing creations in the 1980s and was respected in LGBTQIA+ circles.
Kanye West, Gigi Hadid, Justin Timberlake and Hailey Bieber are among stars who have paid tribute to Louis Vuitton's first African-American artistic director.
Beyonce’s four Grammys on Sunday – two of them shared with best new artist winner Megan Thee Stallion – took her total career wins to 28, surpassing the previous …
As someone who profits from African culture, the superstar should do more to support and highlight African artists.
Why do we rush to defend our heroes even when they fail to stick to the standards we set for ourselves?
From a quiet start to cultural dominance, Beyoncé's work over the last decade is groundbreaking.
If we want to support diversity in the music industry, we need to support exactly those bands that the mainstream is ignoring.
We can criticise Modi on the ground that he ought to engage more with the public. But we cannot criticise Beyoncé for her tightly-controlled images.
Performance matters. And all good entertainers understand this.