Beyonce Calls For More Female Music Moguls In The Music Industry

Beyoncé Bemoans Lack Of Female Music Moguls, Like A Boss

Beyoncé has landed the cover of The Gentlewoman’s Spring-Summer 2013 issue.

So what, some might say, while pointing to the fact that the ubiquitous star has already covered GQ magazine and Vogue this year.

But The Gentlewoman isn’t just any magazine. It only runs two issues a year and is known for its pushing envelope style and witty critiques. Just Jared notes that the last time it ran a cover with a mainstream star was two years ago with Brit singer Adele.

Fittingly, then, Beyoncé’s sit-down with Gentlewoman, strays noticeably from the “I get scared just like everyone else”/cracks in the armor narratives in her recent interviews.

Blasting the lack of powerful women within the music industry, the 31-year-old declared:

“I’m controlling my content, controlling my brand and archiving it for my daughter and making sure she has it and she respects it but there’s not enough of us that become moguls.”

“And I think there are many ways to get there,” adds the singer.

Beyonce Calls For More Female Music Moguls In The Music Industry
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