Roommate, if you're a member of Beyoncés Beyhive, you might want to take a deep breath. In an exclusive new interview with British Vogue, Beyoncé confirmed that she had decided to “slow down” the music and focus on her joy. She cited the reasoning as such an intense workload since she got into the industry as a teenager and wanted more family time.
Elsewhere in the interview, Beyoncé also discussed how the 2020 roller coaster year has changed her. “It would be difficult to live in a pandemic and current social unrest and not be changed. I've learned that my voice is clearer when I'm still. "
Explaining in more detail why now is the right time to shift her focus, she said:
“I really appreciate this time with my family and my new goal is to slow down and remove stressful things from my life. I got into the music industry when I was 15 and grew up with the world. I've published projects without a break. "
Beyoncé added, "I have & # 39; Lemonade & # 39; during the & # 39; Formation World Tour & # 39; published, twins born, played for Coachella, directed & # 39; Homecoming & # 39; led, went on another world tour with Jay, then & # 39; Black Is King & # 39 ;, all in a row. It was hard and hectic. I've spent a lot of time building my heritage and representing my culture the way I can. Now I've decided to give myself permission to focus on my joy. "
Pick up the December issue of UK Vogue or download it digitally on November 6th.
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