Beyonce Knowles released her fifth self-titled album, "Beyonce", on Friday, December 13. The record, which is currently only available on iTunes, features 14 new songs and 17 videos. "Drunk in Love" is one of the songs appearing in the album.
The Jay-Z-assisted track came with its accompanying music video, in which Beyonce is seen dancing seductively on the beach while telling her husband, "I been dranking, I been dranking/ Why can't I keep my fingers off you baby?" Jay-Z then emerges to lay his verses and shares some hugs and laughs with his wife.
"Drunk in Love" is not the only collaboration single in Beyonce's new album. The singer has also worked with daughter Blue Ivy for "Blue". The clip for the song was shot in Brazil and Beyonce co-directed it with Ed Burke and Bill Kirstein.
In the video, the former Destiny's Child member shows her love for Blue as they enjoy the scenery of the beautiful beach and some other places in the country. The video concludes with Blue joining her mom to sing, "hold on to me."
Beyonce has also released a music video for her "Grown Woman", a song which was debuted earlier this year in her Pespi ad. This time, Beyonce invites mother Tina Knowles and friend Kelly Rowland for a twerking party.
There are still plenty of other songs and music videos. Fans can purchase the visual album for $15.99. Songs will be available for individual purchase beginning on December 20
Also featuring guest appearances from Drake and Frank Ocean, Beyonce's long-awaited album arrived without massive promotion. In fact, it came as a big surprise for everyone, including director and dancer who worked with the star for the set.
Francesco Carrozzini, who directed "Jealous" clip three weeks ago in NYC, told MTV News, "Very surprising day! I found out because someone told me, 'Oh, s**t, you did a Beyonce video.' I was like, 'Yes... How do you know?' And he was like, 'Well, it's on iTunes.' And I was like, 'Oh, cool.' "
According to TMZ, Morgan Hebert who's one of the dancers in "Blow" video said that she was blown away when she woke up and found her video was all over the internet.
Beyonce Knowles' "Drunk in Love" (feat. Jay-Z) music video
Beyonce Knowles' "Blue" (feat. Blue Ivy) music video
Beyonce Knowles' "Grown Woman" music video