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From the very start of their relationship, the two have been remarkably cryptic about their private life, managing to keep their most intimate aspects of their life sealed away despite being one of the world’s most talked-about couples.
In honor of the epic saga that is Bey and Jay, Vulture takes a look back at the musical icons’ entertaining history together, beginning when she was Destiny’s Child’s front woman and Jay Z still had his hyphen, and charting their many collaborations (e.g., "Bonnie and Clyde," "Drunk in Love"), the birth of Blue, the infamous elevator video, and onward, toward their now-uncertain future.
With divorce rumors swirling around Jay Z and Beyoncé, it looks like the unthinkable might actually happen: Everybody’s favorite powerhouse duo may be headed for splitsville.
Then again, it’s always been hard to tell what’s going on with the Carters.
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David Byrne was a revelation, and his once-in-a-lifetime set was probably as close to a longed-for Talking Heads reunion that Coachella-goers are ever going to get.The avant showman was arty as ever, taking the Outdoor Stage in an austere gray suit and serving executive surreal-ness as he fondled a pink plastic model of a human brain (this was literally a cerebral show); he was then joined by an 11-piece, drum-corps-like band for a performance so intricately choreographed, even Beyoncé would be impressed.His set ended on a somber note with an updated cover of Janelle Monáe’s protest song “Hell You Talmbout” (in which he rattled off the names of famous victims of racial violence), but during his seven Talking Heads classics, including “Slippery People,” “This Must Be the Place,” and especially “Once in a Lifetime,” the vibe was pure post-punk-dance euphoria.Designer Rachel Roy ended up in the firing line, and everyone from Rita Ora to Taylor Swift were considered candidates by fans online.But Diana Gordon – formerly known by the stage name Wynter Gordon – who was the main writer behind the song, has basically confirmed that Becky isn't anyone in particular."I laughed, like this is so silly. " Gordon said to about the song."I was like, 'What day in age from that lyric do you get all of this information?