Poduced by Timbaland and written by The-Dream, Bey's new female anthem surfaces online ahead of its official release.
Following snippets of Beyonce Knowles' brand new song "Grown Woman" in her Pepsi "Mirrors" commercial and the live full single debut during her Paris concert last month, the pop/R'n'B diva's new female anthem surfaced online. The Timbaland-produced, The-Dream-penned track is set to be included in Bey's forthcoming still-untitled album with no release date yet being floated as of the moment.
The five-minute up-tempo new tune is driven by tribal beats and chants, giving the track its frenetic energy. It matches Bey's feisty attitude as she declares, "I can do whatever I want," on her new woman empowerment anthem, sounding like a pop continuation to her 2011 hit "Run the World".
The sudden release of "Grown Woman" is looking to be a great distraction for Queen Bey pregnancy rumor mongerers. Since the postponement of her Antwerp, Belgium concert stopover in her "The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour" last week, speculations of a baby No. 2 had not stopped bugging Beyonce, prompting her to post a scathing message on her Instagram page last Friday.
In an attempt to take some stress off the mind of Mrs. Carter, husband Jay-Z even went as far as directly saying that the rumors weren't true. With the pregnancy already dispelled by the couple, fans and especially ticketholders to Bey's upcoming shows can now breathe a sigh of relief and look forward to catching the diva perform live on her ongoing Europe tour leg.
Beyonce's "Grown Woman":