Beyoncé’s 'Girls (Who Run The World)' made available online - audio

Rumoured new single emerges online for the first time in full

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Beyonce’s 'Girls (Who Run The World)', which is widely expected to be her new single, has been made available online for the first time. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click to hear it.

The track has been produced by Diplo and Switch and takes a sample from their 2009 single 'Pon De Floor'.

'Girls (Who Run The World)' is the first song to emerge from Beyonce's yet untitled fourth album, due in June, which is rumoured to feature collaborations with Sleigh Bells and Odd Future.

The new album is the follow up to 2008's 'I Am... Sasha Fierce'.

Beyonce returns to the UK to headline Glastonbury in June.


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