Beyoncé and Detail also served as its with contributions by Boots, , Hazebanga and Proctor who were credited as additional producers. Either way, it's out there now, as Brown chooses to take a classic duet approach, providing call and response verses to the ballad. An image of Beyoncé while filming the video surfaced online the same month, showing her wearing a red leather with a matching lipstick and silver. On November 24, 2014 the clip was also uploaded to the singer's account. She stands up and the scene transitions to the singer walking down the stairs in a , wearing a gown. All instruments in the song were provided by Boots. During the end, Beyoncé runs to a man who is seen only from the back, dressed in a hooded coat.
Beyoncé's team contacted Carozzini several days prior to the commencing of the shooting for the visual. Ahead of its release, we premiere the line-up of the soundtrack on the project and it features top-notch rappers, singers, and also meet up with African artists too. The song was written by Beyoncé, , , Brian Soko and its additional producers Rasool Diaz and. She questions the of her male love interest and he is believed to be on her with another woman. She is seen on a street surrounded by various fans taking pictures of her. She also wears a studded plate cuff, a chain, and a gold bracelet from jewelry by Eddie Borgo.
Beyoncé further served as the vocal producer of the track which also included sung by Boots. A for the song was directed by Beyoncé along with Francesco Carrozzini and Todd Tours and filmed in New York City in November 2013. Eazi, Tiwa Savage, and Jessie Reyez. On the track, the artists discuss their relationship with a girl and the reaction of other people, who disapprove of their status as a couple. I think the real idea of the video is in a moment like that — in a private moment like that, she can never be by herself. The scenes also transition to the singer being at a party in a bar, chatting with people, holding a drink in her hands and straddling a.
It continues with Beyoncé, sitting alone at an arranged table for dinner, waiting for her love interest to come home. Editor Caitlin White for the website The 405 found the song to offer a glimpse into the singer's flaws and insecurities. When shooting the scenes on , Beyoncé only got out of a car and her crew immediately started filming. So far, it's not clear whether Chris decided to hop on the song himself, or whether this was actually meant to be officially released through Bey. It's her that cannot be by herself no matter where she goes or what she does, because she's who she is. Archived from on October 16, 2014.
She embraces him with teary eyes, sighing with relief. Kevin Fallon from found the song's theme about jealousy to be relatable to many people and different from the rest of the album's central theme about sex. A remix of the song was released on April 2, 2015 featuring additional vocal from singer. It opens with Beyoncé watching a man while he is sitting on a table in front of her, reading a newspaper. Beyoncé is seen wearing a high-waist corset and a cropped lace top designed by Ulyana Sergeenko with her look being complete with an earring. During scenes at the party, she wears a sweatshirt designed by. I take one look in the mirror, and I say to myself, 'Baby girl, you can't survive like this.
At some point, it's just inevitable. Claire Lobendfeld of Complex interpreted the song as being about a person fighting with his own feelings of. As the song nears its end, sped-up scenes of a car driving on different streets follows. Ehrlich went on to describe the mansion seen in the beginning of the video as -esque and felt that the singer unveiled her new , Yoncé, while seen at the party in a bar, flirting with other people. Quotable Lyrics: You mad or you jealous, you sad or you settle The brighter the rainbow, the badder the weather The good with the bad, but the badder the better Bring my sand to the beach, nigga, and to the desert We fell from the heavens, we landed like feathers The rose in the rubble, keep your nose out our petals. Afterwards, she dresses in a red leather trench coat with a gold choker and goes outside to look for her man.
A car racing down roads at night. The Madison Square Garden Company. This song is not about someone who feels those emotions, it's about Beyoncé feeling those emotions. She performed the song dressed in a bodysuit and was backed by a clip. The Lion King: The Gift is the new highly anticipated album by Beyoncé for the upcoming remake of the Lion King that will be released this Thursday July 18. It was released through the on December 13, 2013 on the album itself.
Throughout the video, close-up shots of the singer are also featured, showing her expressions. It doesn't matter who you are. The was finished by Ramon Rivas and Rob Suchecki with assistance by Carlos Perezdeanda, while the was done by at Mirrorball Studios, North Hollywood, California. The song opens with distant yelps heard in the background and continues with a slow beat which is and contains an echoing sound throughout. Carozzini revealed that collaborating with the singer on the video was different than his previous efforts as the precise storyline of the clip was conceived and written by herself containing many references.