Beyoncé releases 'Flawless' remix featuring Nicki Minaj

Beyonce extended her love of surprise releases by slippery  out a brand new remix of her song “Flawless” - that includes Nicki Minaj - terribly early Sunday morning.

Appearing on her information processing system once one a.m., the sneak-attack song options a line from Bey addressing the disreputable Solange/Jay-Z dust-up within the elevator of the quality building from many months back.

“We step up, up during this bitch like elevators, in fact typically s--t go down once there’s billion bucks on associate degree elevator,” Bey sings foxily.

“You will say what you wish. I’m the s--t,” she continues.

The song doesn't directly address the continued rumors of Bey and Jay heading for divorce. It’s temporal order, though, may be seen as some way to deflect attention from all the catty speak. On the opposite hand, the respect to the couple representing a “billion bucks on associate degree elevator” plays right into stories the Daily News according on that characterize the link between Bey and Jay as having way more to try to to with business than passion at now.

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Minaj dominates the half of the remix, with outrageous verse like “Like MJ’s doctor, they’re killing me: propofol. i do know they hope I fall, however tell them winning is my motherf-----g protocol.”

The song, that originally appeared on Mrs. Carter’s “Beyonce” album last December, incorporates a contemporary and trance-y new feel within the remix. It additionally takes on a tart new sample, - from the horn a part of Outkcast’s song “SpottieOttieDopalicious,” that appeared on their classic 1998 album “Aquemini.”

While Beyonce and Minaj bring equal bluster to the remix, they don’t have abundant rapport. They for the most part play to their separate strengths - Bey with a powerhouse vocal, Minaj with a neatly premeditated rap. Her verse starts off slowly, then whips up quicker and quicker because it goes.

Rumors had unfold of the discharge of a “Flawless” remix throughout the last week. They escalated once Minaj issued an announcement language she was holding up her own single “Anaconda,” for some days and “soon you’ll apprehend why.”

The new battle “Flawless” comes amid a tie up of releases for Minaj. Last Tuesday, she appeared on a high energy new dance song with metropolis Grande and Jesse J referred to as “Bang Bang,” and therefore the rapper can unharness the “Anaconda” single weekday.

“I score before I ever throw the ball,” Minaj raps within the new “Flawless.” “These bitches washed up and there no f---in’ soap concerned.”