Featuring the singer DeCarlo, the upbeat track name-drops classic Beyoncé songs like "Halo" and "Freakum Dress." According to VIBE magazine, AcE said the song was "inspired by the impact Beyoncé has made on pop culture." He added, "From women to fashion and music, her presence is felt everywhere."
Of all the celebrity birthday shoutouts Beyoncé received, this has to be one of the most creative. (A tweet from Michelle Obama is a huge deal, but still). Shortly before the singer dropped her surprise album in 2013, Drake released a track with singer/songwriter James Fauntleroy called "Girls Love Beyonce." Now that yet another musician is lyrically bowing at her feet, would it be too much to ask for Queen Bey to drop a lyrical response to all this fandom?
C'mon Bey — you already know we love surprises. We're waiting patiently...
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