Beyoncé is flawless. She says it herself on her new aptly titled song, “Flawless” — a track some might know better as “Bow Down” — humbly bragging, “I woke up like this.” So it’s no surprise that her new self-titled album, which she dropped this morning (Dec. 13) without any warning — Perhaps you heard it about it? — is not just about the music, but the visuals too.
For all 14 tracks on Queen Bey’s new “visual album,” she’s created a corresponding video that has her getting into the character of each song. She’s a pill popping wanna-be beauty queen in “Pretty Hurts,” a rebel leader in “Superpower” and a roller skating disco diva in “Blow.”
PHOTO GALLERY: Beyoncé’s Gets Into Character For New ‘Visual Album’
She rolls around in her sheets for “Rocket,” while some well-placed projections turn her into a caged animal for “Partition.” And with Blue Ivy on her hip, she shows off her maternal side in the clip for “Blue.”
Because no one could possibly get tired of looking at Beyoncé, she’s included three additional videos for non-album tracks “Yoncé,” “Ghost” and the previously teased song via Pepsi commercial, “Grown Woman.”
Watch 30-second snippets of the videos below.
Why so short you ask? Because if she offered you more your head would explode with delight. Trust us.