Okay ladies, now let's get in formation.....and take a field trip to Sydney, Australia where a Beyoncé and Jay-Z inspired night club is revolutionizing night life down under. The club is called The Carters and recently went under a major interior renovation by Blackmilk Designs. According to Broadsheet, the club takes inspiration from both Beyoncé and Jay-Z's music and lifestyle (obviously) as well as Jay-Z's New York club, 40/40. While it looks like people have been partying at The Carter for a while, the refurbished venue will officially open its doors on May 11, 2019.
According to Broadsheet, the basement level of The Carter has been remodeled after the film clip for Beyoncé's song Hold Up. It features "broken mirrors and graffiti on the walls" as well as a baseball bat behind glass because, well...you know.
The ground level is "covered in brass and gold" and even houses a a brand new set of basketball hoops in homage to Jay-Z's stake in The Brooklyn Nets.
Lastly, the feel of the mezzanine level is a departure from the two floors below. This floor is covered in hot pink - from neon lights, to glitter and fur, to an entire wall of teddy bears, this floor is sure to leave you drunk in love.
Of course, The Carter also features a wide variety of food and drink. The club serves what they call "America diner food with a Korean influence" as well as many dishes and cocktails named after the biggest hip hop stars.
Unfortunately, if you don't live in Australia you'll have to settle for watching Homecoming on repeat for the rest of your life like me. But honestly, I don't even mind.