Beyonce Pleases Fans with Surprise Release of ‘7/11’ Music Video [WATCH VIDEO]

By Ambika Thakur | 2 years ago
Beyonce Pleases Fans with Surprise Release of ‘7/11’ Music Video [WATCH VIDEO]

Queen Bey has once again dropped a music video for her latest song “7/11” without any prior clue.  In the playful video, Beyoncé dances in hotel rooms, balcony on the road with her crew in "7/11." Then she moves in the party and inside to the bathroom and bedroom where she twerks with her five backup dancers.  Read on for further details of this scoop.

According to Hollywood Life, the video has a handmade feel as  Blue Ivy is spotted for a moment in the clip as her mother bounces on a bed, and Jay Z is seen doing a somersault. The release of the video follows the leak of “7/11” and “Ring Off.” Both tracks are featured on the Beyonce Platinum Box Set. Queen B will re-release her  2013 self-titled album as the "Beyonce Platinum Edition" Box Set on Nov. 24, 2014 


Along with the original album, the box set will also feature "7/11" and "Ring Off," four new remixes ; the Nicki Minaj "Flawless" remix and a "Drunk in Love" featuring both Jay-Z and Kanye West – as well as a DVD chronicling the Mrs. Carter World Tour, a mini-calendar and two photo books. The package is available for pre-order at iTunes, Amazon, and Best Buy.  

Despite a low-budget video, it is still scoring big with her fans. The clip already reached more than 2.8 million views to date. The latest video for song “7/11” is trending on Twitter and Facebook. The video promptly fetched myriads of views on YouTube.

Beyonce indeed knows how to make the most of some opportunity. The diva has topped the Forbes list of the top-earning women in music for the second in a row. In the list released earlier this month, Beyonce earned an estimated $115 million for 2014, more than doubling 2013's $53 million, which topped last year's list.

And that’s it for the scoop on Beyonce’s “7/11” video. For more updates on your favorite celebrities, check Movie News Guide (MNG) daily.

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