- Talented singer Beyoncé modelled various outfits from her second drip IVY Park X Adidas pieces
- The Halo hitmaker showed off her perfect body and enviable curves in all their rightful places
- Beyoncé, a mother of three, rocked different poses which brought out the best in her new clothing line
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Singer Beyoncé Giselle Knowles left her fans admiring her curves after sharing photos modelling her new IVY Park pieces.
She took to Instagram to model nine outfits from the 'azure blue' collection from her Adidas x IVY Park range.
The talented singer showed off her curves on as she modelled a few pieces from her line's second anticipated drop.
The 39-year-old mommy uploaded the photos on her Instagram account on Wednesday, October 28.
In her post, the star indicated that fans who were interested in her second drip would get to see the collection on the Adidas website on Thursday, October 29.
The outfits hugged her curves perfectly. In all the photos, her well-trimmed waist is visible and protruding hips.
Beyonce rocked different poses which brought out the best in her new clothing line's collection.
In some of the photos she rocked various caps matching with the modelled outfits.
She also modelled in hoodies which were clearly marked IVY wear at the front.
In other news, people on social media were stunned by the news that Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar might have used a sample voice of a Kikuyu woman in their popular songs.
The insight was shared by an American producer, Kai Gorilla, who matched beats of the original and the sampled work and boy do they sound alike! Kai revealed the original beat was known as African Market With Kids and was found on a beat's app, with a woman complaining about something in Kikuyu.
Briefly.co.za listened to the original beat and discovered it was of people talking at a public place in Kikuyu, with the most amplified voice saying:
"Why does she want to get mad, why would she and I haven't said anything bad about her."
The audio goes on for a while but one cannot tell exactly what they were talking about. Well, it appears, Beyoncé and Kendrick might have used this sound in their songs but with a little formatting done.
On Beyoncé's song Yoncé, at the start, one can hear what seems to be the exact same woman talking in the background as the beat plays. On Kendrick Lamar's Mortal Man, at exactly minute 2.14, one can hear the same woman talking in the background.
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