and her song/interlude/I dunno what the hell it is, Bow Down
, has been catching quite a bit of criticism. While (most) fans are loving it and planning out the choreo for a possible video, others are saying that Bey dethroned herself with its release.
Singer, Mechelle Ndegeocello, recently took to her Facebook account to not only express her love for the song, but to also offer Keyshia Cole a bit of advice.
I really felt good when I heard the new Beyoncé track “Bow Down / I Been On.” The energetic frequency transcends the lyrics and that’s beautiful. Keyshia Cole, “there is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women” – Madeleine Albright said that once and it rings true. Stop critiquing people and lets support one another in the world. I, too, once felt it was necessary to give my two cents but the world is in real need of more detailed, nuanced analyses. Don’t take things out of context. “Bow Down / I Been On” is no different than the swagger many MC’s take AND IT’S FUN! Most of all, my body wants to move to it
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Additionally, former Day 26 singer, Willie Taylor, shared his thoughts on the new buzz track.
The debate continues…….