Beyoncé 'I need to push musical limits'

Stage stripper Beyoncé has revealed that she feels that it is her duty to push boundaries within the modern music industry.
The ageing star is currently preparing to release her fourth studio album 4 on June 28 in the US, and has now admitted that she feels the pressure to "constantly evolve" her sound.
Speaking about the lead single from the album, 'Run The World (Girls)', Beyoncé told Billboard: "It's exciting to have bridges and bounce... and not the same beat looped over and over again. It's definitely riskier than something a bit... more simple.
"But I feel like my job in the industry is to push the limits and I feel like I have to constantly evolve. I can never be safe."
The singer continued to elaborate that she finds it challenging to create a universal sound that a broad range of people can enjoy.
"It's hard to create a new-sounding up-tempo [song] that people are going to love, not only in America but around the world, or for different ages. One thing I've always stood for is making people feel good."
Beyoncé is reportedly feeling nervous about her headline slot at this year's Glastonbury.
The falling pop tart performer will top the bill on the Pyramid Stage for the final day of the festival, which will take place between June 24 and June 26.
"Beyoncé is so nervous about the gig she has booked the space for two weeks so she can perfect the set, which will include dizzying pyrotechnics. She's literally playing with fire," a source told The Mirror.
"Her performance at Glastonbury is already looking epic. She's been given a helping hand by Jay-Z and Kanye West who both look set to perform songs with her."

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