In the midst of a promotional whirlwind for her latest album, “4,” Beyoncé has been opening up a little bit more about her life, her marriage, insecurities, and now, her music.
After taking some time off to simply live and be inspired by life, the 29-year-old songstress has had a little time to reflect, and what she has to say may shock some of her stans.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, King Bey admitted that her last two albums were less than stellar.
Although some of her fans have been lukewarm to “4,” Beyoncé says she worked hard to make it a classic album, not just one filled with breakout singles.
“What I wanted to do was kind of go against the grain and try to put chords, and bridges, and lyrics, and music back on the radio and back on albums,” Beyonce told Access Hollywood. “I’m not sure. I think my first album was a classic album — the other two were great but I didn’t focus on that. I focused more on the singles — and this time I said ‘let me take it back to when people just listened from beginning to end.'”