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Wednesday, July 19, 2023

PRICE PHOTO: Beyoncé to release a new $160 perfume 'First Access' in November 2023

Beyoncé to release a new $160 perfume 'First Access' in November 2023. 

Attention, BeyHive: Something smelly is coming. Pop Base, Twitter's resident pop culture newsmonger, unearthed a hidden page on Beyoncé's website for what appears to be a new perfume "crafted and designed" by Queen B herself.

Currently, there's no option to purchase or pre-order the fragrance — though fans can sign up for e-mail notifications for when it'll be available. A U.S.- and Canada-exclusive release, the eau de parfum apparently boasts top notes of clementine and golden honey, heart notes of rose and jasmine, and base notes of myrrh and amber.

Currently, there's no option to purchase or pre-order the fragrance — though fans can sign up for e-mail notifications for when it'll be available. A U.S.- and Canada-exclusive release, the eau de parfum apparently boasts top notes of clementine and golden honey, heart notes of rose and jasmine, and base notes of myrrh and amber.Currently, there's no option to purchase or pre-order the fragrance — though fans can sign up for e-mail notifications for when it'll be available. A U.S.- and Canada-exclusive release, the eau de parfum apparently boasts top notes of clementine and golden honey, heart notes of rose and jasmine, and base notes of myrrh and amber.

In another News, Earlier this week (July 17), Teyana Taylor revealed she is working with Lil Baby as creative director of his It’s Only Us Tour on Monday (July 17). The announcement came just days after multiple tour dates were canceled. The move led to speculation that the dates were axed due to poor ticket sales. 

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