Beyonce Breaks Down The Album In Part 2: Imperfections


Beyoncé is really controlling her own image. She hardly did any media for her new self-titled album, “Beyoncé”. The singer released “Beyoncé Part 2: Imperfections” where she explains the meaning behind the album and some of the songs. I love that she is revealing more about her. This album is so personal.

My message behind this album was finding the beauty in imperfection. I had this image of a trophy and me accepting these awards, and kinda training myself to be this champion and at the end of the day when you go through all of these things, is it worth it?

You get this trophy, and you’re like, ‘I basically starved. I have neglected all of the people I love, I conformed to what everybody else thinks I should be. And I have this trophy. What does that mean?’ The trophy represents all of the sacrifices that I made as a kid. All of the time that I lost being on the road and in the studios as a child and I just wanna blow that shit up.

I have a lot of awards and I have a lot of these things that are amazing and I worked my ass off. I worked harder than probably everybody I know to get those things. But nothing feels like my child saying, ‘Mommy!’ Nothing feels like when I look my husband [Jay Z] in the eyes.

Nothing feels like I’m respected, when I get on the stage and see I’m changing people’s lives. Those are the things that matter, and at this point in my life, that’s what I’m striving for. Growth. Love. Happiness. Fun! Enjoy your life, it’s short. That’s the message.

She definitely embraces her “Impeccable Imperfections

  • twanatells
    Love this woman
  • Firecracker
    I hate when this bitch tries to be deep.
    • You can tell she vets her answers. I think Bey is simple minded but shrewd. Search YouTube for videos on feminism? not read a book? She was looking for responses for her early 2013 interviews.
  • That’s why I love Bey!
    Congrats to Bey!
  • HollywoodHiccups
    The more I try I just cannot like this women, everything just seems too planned!
  • KiaSoto
    we love her period
  • KiaSoto
    i bought her hardcopy and her itunes
  • Love it
  • twanatells
    King Bey
  • MrsGrapevine
    I love this album because she’s not playing it safe, because it’s not conventional, and because she gives us a real look inside of her head and her life. This album proves what I’ve been saying all along about her other albums.
    Not her best album but the promotion and execution was gold.