Beyonce and Jay-Z are causing a big stir in Havana, where they are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. The music power couple was mobbed by dozens of fans at the renowned restaurant La Guarida on Wednesday night, and police had to step in to keep the crowds at bay. Waitress Silvia Fernandez said they dined with their mothers and another man she couldn’t identify.
She called Beyonce “beautiful, without a drop of makeup.”
On Thursday they toured colonial Old Havana and popped into another restaurant that boasts a magnificent rooftop terrace with a sweeping view of the harbor. They declined to speak to reporters, and it was not clear why they traveled to Cuba.
Beyoncé comes face-to-face with her past in the her latest collaboration with Pepsi titled, “Mirrors.”
In the one-minute video, King Bey’ faces off with reflections of her old self, imitating signature moves from her 10-year solo career before introduciing new ones. “Embrace your past, but for now,” she closes by saying. It’s also been 10 years this year that Bey’ has been working with Pepsi.
The commerical previews Beyoncé’s first single, “Grown Woman,” off her forthcoming album. The Timbaland-produced song, features a confident Bey’, ready to show the world she’s still got it.
“They like the way I walk cause I walk with a vengeance/ And you listen to me when I talk cause I ain’t pretendin’/ Took awhile now I understand just where I’m going/ I know the world and I know who I am ’bout time I show it/ And I’m moving down like that when I do it/ I could be bad if I want / I can go slow all night long / I’m a grown woman,” she sings.
Beyoncé’s reps tell Billboard that “Grown Woman” will be featured on the singer’s new album but isn’t the first official single.