Beyoncé and Jay-Z, a radical change of life to come?
Beyoncé and Jay Z seem to have been preparing for a radical change of life by embracing the Persian culture that inspires them!
Since the birth of the twins, Beyoncé and Jay Z tend to overprotect them. Babies spent more time planned in the hospital after health concerns as well, so it is not surprising that their parents are very vigilant. Beyoncé and Jay Z are preparing for a radical change of life, not because of the birth of the twins, but for quite another reason. Indeed, the King and Queen of American pop culture seems to embrace Persian culture by integrating history, traditions but also Persian literature into their lives and work. Recently, they revealed the names of the twins of Beyoncé and Jay Z. The babies call themselves Rumi and Sir, which is already a big clue about this Persian influence. Rumi is the way most people refer to the 13th century Persian poet Jalal al-Din Rumi while Sir would be inspired by one of his poems.
Poetry is something very important to the Persians as well, it would seem that Beyoncé and Jay Z pay tribute to this culture. The rapper just released his new album and again, the star refers to the Persian culture in the lyrics of his song “Marcy Me”. “I could probably speak Farsi, it’s poetry,” he sings. In the playlist of the anniversary of their 9 years of marriage, Beyoncé and Jay-Z did not fail to add Persian music including the title “Talagh” of Googoosh. The singer is also very close to Yara Shahidi, the Persian designer who designed the Blue Ivy collection. It was perhaps the creator who inspired the Carter couple. Finally, Beyonce also produced his album “Lemonade” in the manner of the old albums of Persian music. There is no doubt that the Persian culture inspires the Carter enormously!