For as long as hip-hop has existed, MCs have been boasting their claims to the throne. While all that braggadocio has produced some of the genre’s most entertaining (and most tragic) rivalries, it ultimately doesn’t amount to much.
But that hasn’t stopped Rolling Stone from putting together its own list of hip-hop’s latest and greatest — and crunching the numbers to make a well-constructed, albeit sure to be hotly contested, argument for the current king.
After more than a decade as a fixture on top of the charts, Beyoncé certainly has more than enough of her own hits to fill a concert set list, and she doesn’t need to go covering anyone else’s — but who are we to argue if she decides to put her own inimitable spin on a rock ‘n’ roll classic or two?
Currently on tour to promote her latest solo album, ’4,’ Beyoncé used her June 20 stop in Nice, France, to break out a cover medley that included Kings of Leon’s ‘Sex on Fire,’ Prince’s ‘The Beautiful Ones,’ and — perhaps most surprisingly — Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ Though she flubbed a couple of lines, it was still an interesting experiment (and it’s always nice to see pop singers proving they’re actually performing live).
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