Kelis responded to allegations that Beyoncé sampled her 1999 song “Get Along With You” on Renaissance – and 42 years old is Not satisfied with it. “My mind is also exploding as the level of disrespect and complete ignorance of all 3 parties involved is astounding,” she wrote under her verified handle @bountyandfull. The Singer “Milkshake” made the comment on a news post from fan Instagram account @KelisTrends, which appears to be responding to leaks about Bey’s new album, which adds a “breathing” emoji. into the mind”. HollywoodLife have contacted representatives for both Beyoncé and Kelis.
Kelis alleged that she was also not informed about the model through any official channels, but through online news. “I heard about this the same way everyone else did. It seems like nothing happened, some people in this business have no soul or integrity and they have been misled by people,” she said. The song in question appeared in Kelis .’s debut Album 1999 kaleidoscopeand produced by Pharrell Williams like The Neptunes.
When a fan replied to Beyoncé “sampling again”, they suggested that Destiny’s Child the star should make it “publicly known this time,” clarifying that there are those who believe Beyoncé inspired “Caught Out” for the song “Ring The Alarm.” Kelis then replied, “ridiculous” on the comment. Notably, Beyoncé sampled .’s 1993 “Show Me Love”. Robin WILL on “Break My Soul”.
Kelis doesn’t stop there, continues with more answers. “I always felt like Beyoncé really admired Kelis,” suggested one fan when Kelis retorted, “admiration is not the word.” Another called the pattern a “collaborative photo,” as Kelis quickly clarified, “it’s not a collab, it’s theft.”
Beyoncé, 41, will release her long-awaited seventh album at midnight Friday, July 29 – six years later Lemonade. Although the details have been mothered, dancing seems to be the theme of the project based on the lead single. “My intention is to create a safe place, a place free from judgment,” she said in a statement posted on Instagram. “A place without perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream, release, feel freedom. It was a beautiful journey of discovery. I hope you find joy in this music. I hope it inspires you to release the sway. Ha! And to feel as unique, powerful and sexy as you are,” she also says.