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The wife of Nick Cannon plans to reveals the title, track list, artwork, and music of her next studio installment all at the same time.
The clip, which is featured in Beyonce's visual album, is released to coincide with the singer being featured on the cover of Time's '100 Most Influential People of the Year' issue.
Queen Bey is joined on the 100 list along with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, Kerry Washington, Pope Francis, President Barack Obama, and Steve McQueen.
Bey collaborates with Boots, a producer who worked on a lot of tracks in her latest album 'Beyonce'.
Jay-Z and his wife reportedly are not keen on appearing on Kim's reality show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
Katy Perry's ex-boyfriend turns the Ryan Tedder-penned song off Beyonce's latest chart-topping album into a slow-tempo acoustic jam during his concert in Adelaide, Australia.
According to report, the tour will be kicked off in late June and will feature shows at 20 stadiums across the U.S.
Beyonce dances onstage as her sister Solange sings 'Losing You', while the No Doubt member and the Canadian star appear during Pharrell and Chance the Rapper's sets, respectively.
The British singer also talks about his upcoming album 'X' and its lead single 'Sing' during his visit to 'Z100's Morning Show'.
The singer also dedicated her song 'XO' to fans during the concert at the city's MEO Arena on Thursday, March 27.
The FOX News host criticizes the singer's video that 'glorifies having sex in the back of a limousine' when he's supposed to talk with Russell Simmons about the music mogul's new book.
In a video for the campaign, which is aimed to empower young girls by taking stand against the use of word 'bossy,' Beyonce says, 'I'm not bossy. I'm the boss.'
After becoming aware of the clip, which was shared on Vimeo by a fan named Jesse Hill, Beyonce posted it on her Facebook page and captioned it, 'Like this!!'
After the wig lands in front of her, she skips some lyrics of the song and says to the crowd, 'You got me snatching wigs.'
The couple, who sang the same song at the Grammys, also makes headlines after some viewers deem the performance inappropriate and file indecency complaints with the FCC.