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Ash Sarkar

Ash SarkarAsh Sarkar is a senior editor for Novara Media and hosts an online video series #OMFGSarkar. She tweets @AyoCaesar

From The Blog
29 April 2016

It was 9 o'clock on Sunday morning when my best friend called: ‘Girl, wake up. It’s happened.’ In the days since, Beyoncé’s 12-track visual album Lemonade – ostensibly about her husband Jay Z’s adultery – has smashed records (she’s the only female artist to have all six of her studio albums debut at number one), put freelance journalists in clover and generated a hunt across six continents for ‘Becky with the good hair’. ‘This is Beyoncé’s world,’ Anderson Cooper said in 2013, ‘and we are just living in it.’

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