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#FlashbackFriday: 6 Beyonce Songs We Love

While everyone is enjoying ’s Black is King visual album, we’ve decided to reflect on some of her songs from way back that we love.

#FlashbackFriday: 6 Beyonce Songs We Love
#FlashbackFriday: 6 Songs We Love

Beyonce has so many good songs, which have gone on to become hits. While it was hard choosing which favorite songs will fall on this list, we’ve decided to stick with the classics:

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Single Ladies

 

Every woman basically relates to this song. From the ones in a relationship, to those that are single.

This song has a fierceness that one has come to expect from Beyonce‘s songs.

Crazy in Love

 

Years before she became Mrs Carter, rumors of her relationship with were stirred by this song.

Beyonce‘s choreography in the video was to die for, the song even more so.

Drunk in Love

 

Yes, and Queen Bey had to do a reboot of Crazy in Love, but this time it alluded to the problems in their marriage.

It’d been a while since she last featured Jay Z in her song, so Drunk in Love was a tribute their journey in love.

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Listen

 

This soundtrack of Dream Girls was so good, it overshadowed the movie.

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Beyonce brought her heart and soul in Listen, which is one of the reasons it remains a classic.

Listen falls under the category of Mariah Carey‘s Hero, and Whitney Houston‘s Greatest Love of All. They’ve become songs that are used to test the musical talent of people.

If you can sing these songs, and hit the high notes, then you’re on your way to being the best in the music industry.

Move Your Body

 

This is a dedicated work out song. It makes you leave everything you were doing, in order to move to the beat.

Move Your Body takes the place of a gym instructor, guiding you through the paces, encouraging you to have fun while you work out.

Apeshit

 

Yes, we know this song is quite recent, but it had to make the cut.

This song really did make the crowd go apeshit. Apparently, this was a comeback song for the Carters, joining forces to bring us a splendid tune.

After settling their differences, Beyonce and Jay Z teamed up to deliver one of their best songs together. And, can we say how much we enjoyed Beyonce’s transition into rap?

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Which other Beyonce‘s songs do you love?

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