Beyoncé joins producer Boots on new song 'Dreams' – listen

Jordy Asher brings in big name for his latest track

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Beyonce has appeared on new song 'Dreams' by her producer, and solo performer, Boots.

Boots, aka Jordy Asher, rose to fame in 2013 when he produced the majority of Beyoncé's surprise self-titled album, including the tracks 'Drunk In Love' and 'Partition'. She has now returned the favour and guested on 'Dreams', which you can hear below.

'Dreams' is the latest song to come from Boots in 2014. He has previously collaborated with Sia on 'Ride Ride Ride' and rising star Kelela on 'Autumn (Lude 1)' as well as sharing a number of his own vocal tracks online. All of the songs, including 'Dreams', will reportedly feature on a mixtape titled 'WinterSpringSummerFall' later this year.

Beyoncé could be set to announce a joint US stadium tour with husband Jay-Z, according to reports. The couple regularly appear during each other's live shows, with Jay Z performing with Beyoncé in London earlier this year when the Mrs Carter Tour arrived at the O2 Arena in February.




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