Diane Warren Responds to Backlash From Beyoncé Followers Over Songwriting Credit for Singer’s New Album – Deadline

Early this morning, Hollywood celebrity Diane Warren asked a seemingly simple question on Twitter: “How is it possible to have 24 writers in one song?”

But nothing on Twitter is simple.

As soon as Warren’s tweet appeared, Beyoncé fans started replying continuously. It seems the song “Alien superstarIn her newly released album Renaissance there are exactly 24 writers. Warren didn’t mention the tune or the superstar singer, but Beyhive still wondered.

Based on The list of writers noted on “Alien Superstar” is:

  • Beyoncé myself
  • Jay-Z (pay at S. Carter)
  • Redmond Honey
  • Christopher Lawrence Penny
  • Luke Francis Matthew Solomon
  • Denisia “@Blue_June” Andrews for @Novawav
  • Brittany “Chi_Coney” Coney for @Novawav
  • David Debrandon Brown
  • Dave Hamelin
  • Timothy Lee McKenzie
  • Danielle Balbuena
  • Rami Yacoub
  • Life Kalic
  • Atia Boggs Squid P / K / A
  • get Coppin
  • Saliou-Diagne
  • Mike Dean
  • Robert Francis Anthony Manzoli
  • Richard Peter John Fairbrass
  • Christopher Abbott Bernard Fairbrass
  • John Michael Holiday
  • Barbara Ann Teer
  • Kim Cooper
  • Peter Rauhofer

After the Beyoncé fan created a storm of tweets, Warren tried to explain by: “This isn’t shade, I’m just curious”, and then “Ok, those are prototypes” additional quantity [sic.] of writers [sic.]“But Beyhive doesn’t have any of that.

Finally, this afternoon, Warren wrote, “I don’t mean it as an attack or disrespect. I didn’t know this, thanks U for letting me know about it. There’s no need to be mean about it. “

Beyoncé recently caused her own controversy and she had to modify her own types.

The song “Heated” from Renaissance, which Beyoncé co-wrote with Drake and seven others whose line, “Spazzin’ on that a**, spazz on that a**.” The word “spaz” is a derogatory reference to spastic hemiplegia, a form of cerebral palsy that makes it difficult for people to control their muscles.

It was after report by Deadline’s sister publication, Variety, that Beyoncé’s camp said in a statement, “The word, not intentionally used in a harmful manner, will be substituted.”

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