“We’re heartbroken by the hurricanes and earthquakes that have devastated families around the world”, she wrote.
“Lift up your people, from Texas to Puerto Rico, dem islands to Mexico,” she sings.
And now, Blue Ivy has a scene-stealing line in Beyoncé’s “Mi Gente” remix. She’s only five years old but she’s already been featured on multiple songs by her famous parents, Beyoncé and Jay Z. Just take a closer listen and wait for one of the times when Beyoncé asks, “Azul, are you with me?
I have written before about how Latinos prefer to interact at an emotional or spiritual level.
Achieving this heightened level of communication means going further than the articulation of words and connecting by relying on information that transcends the spoken language. are more likely than non-Hispanic consumers to rely on non-verbal communication and gut feelings in almost every interpersonal encounter.
According to the Aussie soap star the pair are “close” – and it’s been a bit emosh for Niall girls who are not used to relationship drama surrounding their fave!
Olympia told The Sun, “We’ve known each other for a couple of years now.
Posting the track on Instagram, Beyonce wrote: “I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico and the other affected Caribbean islands.
To help go to Beyonce.com/reliefefforts (sic).” On her website, the singer also admitted that she was “heartbroken” after large areas of the Caribbean were left decimated by recent hurricanes.
I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico and the other affected Caribbean islands.