Beyonce – Diva (Review)

Beyonce is now setting a brand new trend to popular music. Releasing two singles at a time. First off, she released “If I Were A Boy” back to back with the phenomenal “Single Ladies” which are both included in the “I Am…Sasha Fierce” LP. “If I Were A Boy” came from the I Am… Disc and “Single Ladies” came from the Sasha Fierce disc. Is this an ingenuine strategy to promote Beyonce’s two-sided personality? I’m saying it’s a yes. Luckily, her strategy is definitely working with the release of a perfect combination “Halo” and “Diva” both released this January.

“Diva” resembles the song “A Milli” by Lil’ Wayne in melody. It starts off with a chipmunk like “Imma a diva” then arouses to the simply infectious “Na na na Diva is the female version of a hustler”. It’s pretty much the catchy part of the whole song. It’s full of thumping basses and absolutely perfect construction of the verses. It’s starting to be a favourite dance anthem and prolly one of the best cuts on Beyonce’s “I Am…Sasha Fierce” LP. Beyonce’s attitude towards delivering the song made it more effective and thus creating a magnificent single. Sasha Fierce has lots and lots to be proud of and to show off of course without that “Diva” attitude. To sum it all up, it’s most likely to be of the best offerings to start off the brand new year! :))

RATING: starstarstarstar

RELEASED: January 2009


VIDEO: click HERE to watch the video.



Filed under Music Video, Single Reviews

2 responses to “Beyonce – Diva (Review)

  1. Mike

    I hate “Diva” – I think it’s the worst song on Sasha Fierce – but the video is hot and it is annoyingly catchy after a few listens. I much prefer the other new single, “Halo”. It’s so pretty but the video is SHIT. By the way, nice blog!

  2. ken

    Sorry, It took me a lot of time before reading your comment. Thanks anyways. I’m going to link you on my blog roll. :))

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