„4“ – ketvirtas JAV R&B atlikėjos Beyonce studijinis albumas, išleistas 2011 m. birželio 28 d. Beyonce prisipažino, kad kuriant naujajį albumą, ją įkvėpė tiek naujosios, tiek senosios muzikos atlikėjai: „Daugybę idėjų atradau 90-ųjų R&B muzikoje, Earth, Wind & Fire, DeBarge, Lionel Richie, Teena Marie kūryboje… [79], Credits and personnel are taken from the Official On the Run Tour Program. A writer from the website E! [56] In what she perceived to be the best dance moves on the album, Lindsey Weber of Vulture listed the same scene. He comes from Trinidad and specializes in black women’s hair. [48] Tris McCall of The Star-Ledger wrote that "Rocket" featured "a thing or two to say about the irresistible siren call of her butt". [61] Insanul Ahmed of Complex described the visual as "creepy". The film serves as a visual companion to the 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift, a tie-in album curated by Beyoncé for the The Lion King (2019). It was the fifth highest-grossing tour of 2014, according to Pollstar's annual year end tour chart. As she arrives in the hallway on the second floor, the song starts playing in the background and Beyoncé starts a journey, looking from room to room as she goes forward in the corridor.

Lyrically, it sees Beyoncé addressing a male partner through sexual innuendos, adopting soft and sensual vocals. [68] The tour was announced as the 5th highest-grossing tour of 2014 in Pollstar's annual highest-grossing tours chart, with a total revenue of $109.7 million. [92][93] According to the architecture firm Elenberg Fraser, the skyscraper Premier Tower under its construction on 134 Spencer Street in Melbourne, Australia was designed drawing inspiration by Beyoncé's look in the music video for "Ghost". Timberlake further provided background vocals. [32], Jay-Z's fashion was noted to be Kanye-esque, with pieces worn by him including rotating ensembles of black leather as well as "giant, billowing pant scarves". show-biz. [19], Both Beyoncé and Jay-Z sported multiple outfits throughout the different performances of the tour. [23] Mikael Wood of the Los Angeles Times felt the "sumptuous" song provided a room for the singer to "flex her impressive stylistic chops". [42] Chris Bosman from the website Consequence of Sound who felt that the song was the record's "mood setter" and contained "ghostly vibes", wrote that it "dabbles in R&Burial, Evian Christ's drag-influenced codeine hip-hop, and Nothing Was the Same's Xanax club rap". [71] Brent DiCrescenzo of Time Out described the video as "Stanley Kubrick meets Robert Palmer". Neal Farinah Hair is a natural hair salon in Brooklyn, NY specializing in straightening natural hair and hair extensions with clients including Beyonce. She enters inside the building with two luggages embellished with the letter "B" and throws her coat on the ground while a servant is seen lighting a cigarette she had previously taken from her hair. [73] Following the airing of the special, videos of the performances of "Young Forever" / "Halo" and "Flawless (remix)" featuring Nicki Minaj, were uploaded to Beyoncé's official YouTube and Vevo account. The tour's name spins off from the 2013 song "Part II (On the Run)", included on Jay-Z's album Magna Carta Holy Grail, on which Beyoncé features. It was shot at The Standard, High Line hotel, New York City in black-and-white using a slow motion technique and features various shots of the singer, who appears dressed in lingerie for most of the time. Pour la première fois, documenta 6, en tant que grande exposition dans le département de la photographie, a juxtaposé le travail de photographes historiques et contemporains dans le contexte des "150 ans de photographie". And she was traveling and touring, so we had time to bounce ideas back and forth, figure out what the best vision was. Due to the large demand and tickets selling out in minutes in multiple locations, extra tour dates were added to the itinerary. A music video for the song was directed by Beyoncé, Ed Burke and Bill Kirstein and released through Beyoncé itself on December 13, 2013. Chase allegedly scored the "11th-hour" deal due to previous connections with Roc Nation Sports (owned by Jay-Z) and a $4 million bid on the position. [54] On November 24, 2014 it was also uploaded to the singer's Vevo account. She is also seen with her legs spread around a TV screen and Beyoncé is seen on it, singing the song. The Registered Agent on file for this company is Neal Farinah and is located at 709 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217. [72] Trent Wolbe of The Verge criticized Åkerlund's work on the album, feeling that his contributions "feel like boring opulence porn", something he found on "Haunted". [52], Fuse writer Jason Newman called the clip an ode to D'Angelo and went on to state it worked as part underwear commercial, part shower commercial.

Miguel initially conceived the song inspired by Beyoncé, trying to showcase her confidence and sexuality. September 2018, Beyoncé was on the cover of Vogue in a picture by Tyler "We made sure we had affordable tickets as well as the higher-priced tickets that we know the market can bear. [2] Since then, other notable collaborations between the pair include Beyoncé's 2003 number-one song, "Crazy in Love" featuring Jay-Z,[3] 2013's "Part II (On the Run)" which is widely regarded as the follow up to "'03 Bonnie & Clyde"[4] and "Drunk in Love", the couple's collaboration from Beyoncé's self-titled fifth album, which was unexpectedly released in December 2013. [12], The tour was "conceived and launched fast compared to most stadium tours" according to Live Nation, who noted that most tours of this nature take more than a year of planning, compared to the On the Run Tour that took around one month. [56] The visual was released on December 13, 2013 to iTunes Store on Beyoncé itself along with sixteen other music videos for every track on the album. It was a pretty long process.

[67] Brent DiCrescenzo from the magazine Time Out found influences by Madonna from her work on the album Erotica (1992) and the book Sex (1992). [28] In a review for The Quietus, Mof Gimmers concluded that the song followed up where Ciara's "Body Party" (2013) and R. Kelly's Black Panties (2013) finished.