Queen B drops a new visual and social media is buzzing about it.
“You know you that bitch when you cause all this conversation”
Beyonce Knowles is back and she’s not playing around with her new song Formation. She dropped the single and the music video for it on Saturday and of course social media went crazy. There had been speculation as to whether Beyonce was working on new music due to her inactivity on Instagram and various rumours alike.
Queen B first returned featuring on British rock band Coldplay’s song Hymn For the Weekend, but quickly made it clear that she is just getting started with a new era of herself.
In the Formation music video we see various clips of New Orleans natives while Beyonce flawlessly dances and slays throughout each scene. Her and Jay’z daughter Blue Ivy is even featured in the video dancing and glaring at the camera with her precious smirk, making sure we all know that she is a princess.
The song also addresses various political issues such as police brutality as a young black boy dances in front of a row of white police men. There are pro-black lyrics like “I like my baby hair, with baby hair and afros, I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils.”
Red Lobster needs to cut Beyonce a check for the business that they’re probably going to get after she said “When he fuck me good I take his ass to Red Lobster, cause I slay.”
Incorporating Louisiana natives like musician Big Freedia, awesome choreography, and conversation provoking lyrics, Beyonce shows her fans again that she wakes up flawless.
If you haven’t heard or watched the video go to Tidal or just watch it below: