Beyonce shot her last video Apesh*t at the Lourve in Pari s- the most famous Museum in the world, Now she plans on doing something similar for her next video.
MTO News confirmed that Beyonce plans on shooting her next video at the Colosseum in Rome. Probably the most famous building in the world.
Beyoncé asked the permission to shoot a video in the Colosseum on the night between July 7 and 8. Unfortunately for Bey, authorities told her that it was impossible to do so - because her request came too late. The Ministry of Cultural Heritage didn't have the time before the "shoot" date to review her request.
But it looks like the video shoot may still be happening. You see, Bey's request is still pending at the Ministry. And the authorities have allowed her to shoot the video and they're scheduling a new date.
According to one local report, Bey's team sent the APESH*T video to show the quality of the video to expect.
According to reports, "Louvre art museum officials were so blown away by Beyoncé, and Jay-Z’s “Apeshit” video for the couple’s joint album “Everything Is Love” that they’ve launched a special tour of the masterpieces that feature in the film."
The atmospheric six-minute video “Apeshit” includes scenes from the museum and 17 paintings and sculptures, from the “Winged Victory of Samothrace” to Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” and Marie Benoist’s “Portrait of a Negress.” The video is a meld of pop and classic, the deeply personal (“I can’t believe we made it,” Beyoncé sings) with the sweeping scale of Western art, African beauty and the plight of slaves.