Dear Carlos Santana: Here Are 10 Times Beyoncé Proved She Could "Sing Sing'

One of the great things about being a Beyoncé stan is you never have to look far for receipts that she is one of the greatest to ever do it.  Carlos Santana recently made the comments that the reason Beyoncé hadn't won Album of the Year is because she wasn't a real singer.

Santana told the Australian Associated Press, "I think that Adele won because she can sing, sing."

He went on to say, "with all respect to our sister Beyonce is very beautiful to look at and it's more like modeling kind of music - she's not a singer singer, with all respect to her."

Chance The Rapper Reportedly Turns Down $10 Mil Dollar Record Deal

Chance the Rapper has gone on record numerous times saying he wasn't in music for the money and he's holding true to that statement.  However major labels are now reportedly offering the Chicago artist tens of millions as a signing bonus, according to sources. The New York Post claims people close to Chance say that since his notable performance at the Grammys, labels have been calling left and right– but Chance isn’t buying.

New Music: Mary J Blige 'U + Me' (Love Lesson)

Its going to be ok Mary, tell us all about it.  Thats the way we feel when playing Mary's latest song.  Mary J. Blige is pushing forward towards the release of her new album Strength Of A Woman which is due later this year via Capitol Records.

Luke James and Sevyn Streeter Cover Lauryn Hill's Nothing Even Matters

Just in time for Valentine's Day, R&B freshmen class members Luke James and Sevyn Streeter cover one of the blackest, most beautiful love songs ever written.  Lauryn Hill's Nothing Even Matters, which features D'Angelo was one of the only duets on Lauryn's debut album "This Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" and was a standout track, and one of the "wedding songs of the year. 

Take a listen to Luke and Seyvn's remake below.

Beyonce's Isolated Vocal Mic Feed From Her 2017 Grammy Performance

Courtesy of Deadspin and CBS.  I mean just when you thought the performance couldn't get any better.  Take that Carlos Santana.

 

Adele Backstage At The Grammy's: What The Fuck Does Beyonce Have To Do To Win Album of The Year

Adele was the big winner at last night’s Grammy Awards, pulling down wins for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for 25 and Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best Pop Solo Performance for “Hello.” If you’re of the opinion that Lemonade was the better album, you’re not alone: Adele herself used her Album of the Year acceptance speech to sing Beyoncé’s praises, going so far as to say she could not “possibly accept this award.”

Watch: A Tribe Called Quest's Grammy Performance A Strong Indictment of President Trump's Muslim Ban

The four-time Grammy nominees A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson .Paak, who was up for two awards of his own, came together to electrify the Grammys with their collaborative performance for “Movin’ Backwards.” Joined by fellow We Got It from Here collaborators Busta Rhymes and Consequence, Tribe and .Paak performed a medley of “Movin’ Backwards” and “We the People” from ATCQ’s new album plus a nice throwback selection in “Award Tour.”

Watch: Adele Dedicates Her Album of The Year Grammy To Beyonce

An emotional Adele racked up quite a few Grammy's of her own at the 59th annual Grammy Awards, but one of the most talked about events of the night will be her dedicating her Album of the Year Win To Beyonce.  Check out the video of her touchin speech below.

In Case You Missed It: Beyonce's 2017 Grammy Performance

Beyoncé hit the stage at the 2017 Grammys to perform two songs off her 2016 album Lemonade, "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles," in what was her first public appearance since announcing that she was pregnant with twins. And she didn't dance around that fact, either, dedicating her performance to motherhood and showing off her double baby bump proudly.

Chance The Rapper Wins Best New Artist at The Grammys

Chance the Rapper just won best new artist.

Also nominated were Kelsea Ballerini, the Chainsmokers, Maren Morris and Anderson .Paak.

The Chicago rapper, whose “Coloring Book” has obvious spiritual influences, said, “Glory be to God, I claim this victory in the name of the Lord.”