In a world full of crazy people, hackers, and people that can’t hold water. The Queen B herself keeps everyone on her team on a need to know basis only and within arms reach. She is all about her brand and keeping things as, well BEYONCE as possible.
Beyoncé is one of the most in-demand, yet mysterious, artists in the world, so of course she’s not easy to get in touch with. Musician and occasional Beyoncé collaborator Ed Sheeran learned this while working with the singer on a remix of his song “Perfect.”
“I have an email address that I email that actually changes every week,” Sheeran told ET at KIIS-FM’s recent 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball of how he got in touch with Beyoncé. “She’s very good at [hiding]. It’s kind of like what I aspire to be, I think.”
“So I emailed that and then we got on the phone, and it’s been in the works since May,” Sheeran continued.
Beyoncé’s cybersecurity strategy demonstrates impressive commitment to privacy, and it’s actually not all that shocking. She’s surprised her fans with an entire album not once but twice, and has highly curated social media accounts, though she often shatters records when she does post a picture on Instagram (especially if it has anything to do with her twins, Sir and Rumi Carter). Now if only the Beyhive could figure out how to get ahold of Beyoncé’s rumored secret Snapchat account.