In the all new sneak peek for Beyonce’s “Party” music video, fans see Beyonce lounging poolside at a backyard BBQ with friends & family (I caught a glimpse of Solange in the clip). However, the video looks all too familiar to some Twitter users who, in turn, caught rapper Khia’s attention by notifying her that Beyonce may have ripped of the concept of the “My Neck, My Back” music video.
Khia then responded with a slew of negative tweets:
Let’s not forget that Khia had a huge hit with “My Neck, My Back” back in 2002 , in fact, it’s her claim to fame — so to use her video’s concept would either be a major credit or major disrespect.
Check out the “Party” sneak peek & watch the “My Neck, My Back” video to see if you spot any similarities below:
Beyonce – “Party”
Khia – “My Neck, My Back” (Unedited)
After an oft-debatable verse on Beyonce’s “Party” from Andre 3000, many weren’t sure if the Outkast emcee would make an appearance in the song’s official music video (which is set to debut next week).
As I reported earlier, Roc Nation rapper & North Carolina-native, J.Cole has added an official verse to the single, which premiered online yesterday.
I didn’t mind Andre 3000’s verse. Truthfully, though I love Kanye West, his “swagoo” line annoys me. Anyway, do you think J.Cole made a positive or negative contribution to “Party”?
Check out photos of Beyonces, Kelly & Solange on the set of the music video:
Despite her dislike for all things related to Nicki Minaj, it seems as though Lil Kim has found another popular artist to which she can relate.
In a video released online this week, Kim is sitting on a party bus in Washington, D.C. grooving along to the song with friends & reciting lyrics word-for-word (similar to my reaction when I hear it on the radio):
Good to see her having fun, as opposed to receiving negative press.