Buzz Bites (8/2/12): Beyonce's Reportedly Working On A Documentary About Her Life

Beyoncé's reportedly prepping a documentary on her life.

+ Did someone say Beyoncé documentary? Yes, please! She is reportedly planning a film about her life, which will include interviews as well as concert scenes. She's apparently also directing and producing the project. (MTV News)

+ Green Day's been pretty prolific this year with three albums to come and documentaries in the works. They're also releasing an eight-album box set housing all of their studio records to date. The Studio Albums 1990-2009 streets Sept. 4 exclusively at Best Buy. (Idolator)

+ Watch Nicki Minaj work it as she struts the streets of New York City for Adidas Originals'  new ad campaign "Represent." Big Sean and Sky Ferreira make cameo appearances. (Rap-Up)

+ Check out Rick Ross' big grin as he gets a surprise visit from one of his idols, Eric B., while Rozay was on "RapFix Live" yesterday. "From the music to the fashion to the way you carried yourself, it was always just Don status," he told Eric B. (MTV News)

+ Talk show host Stephen Colbert announced he will be hosting his own music festival. Dubbed StePhest Colbchella '012: RocktAugustFest (yes, for real), it will be held Aug. 10 at New York's Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum. Fun.Santigold, The Flaming Lips, Grizzly Bear, and Grandmaster Flash will perform. (MTV News)

+ Incubus, who came out of a five-year hiatus to release 2011's If Not Now, When? may be hibernating again for a bit after their Honda Civic Tour with Linkin Park and Mutemath. "We'll probably take another break," said singer Brandon Boyd. "Hopefully it won't be as long." (Billboard)

+ Tony Sly, the frontman for punk band No Use For A Name, passed away yesterday. He was 41. (Billboard)

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