Beyonce 'Bey Here Now' VIDEO Preview, New Pepsi Ad Teaser Features 'Single Ladies' Metal Robot Glove?
Sony Music Ireland released new music from Beyoncé in a six-second video online on Wednesday. The record company revealed the song, Bey Here Now, on Twitter that it's for a new Pepsi TV commercial.
Sony Music Ireland released new music from Beyoncé in a six-second preview video, posted online on Wednesday.
The record company revealed the song, Bey Here Now, on Twitter and noted that it's for a new Pepsi TV commercial.
"FAB! @Beyonce has just posted a teaser of her Pepsi TV spot for the campaign launching tomorrow at 2.00pm Irish time!" the company tweeted.
In the clip Beyonce is wearing a sheer T-shirt, a black bra, hot pants and a metal robot glove similiar to the one worn in the music video from her 2008 hit Single Ladies. The video ends with a message that the full video will be revealed on April 4.
Watch Beyonce's Bey Here Now video for a new Pepsi ad here.
Beyoncé leaked the audio for Bow Down/I Been On on her Tumblr blog on March 17. It is presumed to be a single from her as-yet-titled upcoming album.
"I took some time to live my life, but don't think I'm just his little wife," she sings. "Don't get it twisted, get it twisted, this my sh8t, bow down b---hes."
The track list for her album was reportedly leaked earlier in March and Bow Down/I Been On was not featured on the list. The list revealed that a bevy of award-winning artists - including Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Ne-Yo - may appear on the album. However, the songs listed are not confirmed as her record label is waiting for approvals for music clearances.
Beyoncé discussed new music in her cover story for the February 2013 issue of GQ magazine. She did not reveal the title for the upcoming studio album but did say it will arrive no earlier than April and that she will embark on her Mrs. Carter Show world tour to promote the project before its release. She said she recorded over 50 songs for consideration to include in the album. She also revealed who she had been collaborating with in the studio.
"I've been working with Pharrell and Timbaland and Justin Timberlake and [The] Dream," Beyonce told GQ. "We all started in the '90s, when R&B was the most important genre, and we all kind of want that back: the feeling that music gave us."
As for album's focus, she said it will be "mostly R&B."
Beyoncé will kick off The Mrs. Carter Show world tour this month.