For you holdouts who have yet to experience Beyonce (what’s wrong with you people?!), you can now find out what, exactly, all this “Yoncé” talk is about. It’s Bey’s even fiercer version of Sasha Fierce, basically, and based on the “Yoncé” video, that entails grills, booty and a busty, nipple-centric bodysuit. Or, as she puts it: “I sneezed on the beat, and the beat got sicker / Yoncé all on his mouth like liquor.”
The song serves as the intro to “Partition” on the album, and the visual also features models Chanel Iman, Joan Smalls and Jourdan Dunn mean mugging in an alley. Ricky Saiz directed the clip, saying it was inspired by George Michael‘s “Freedom! ’90″ video, which likewise starred models like Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford. Check it out up top.
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