The reggae-tinged track was co-written by Diplo and Outkast's Andre 3000.
Beyoncé has released a standalone music video for her reggae-tinged track ‘All Night’.
‘All Night’, whose co-writers include Diplo and Outkast’s Andre 3000, appears on the singer’s acclaimed ‘Lemonade’ album, which she dropped in April. Its accompanying visuals, which begin with a distinctive spoken word intro, originally formed part of the hour-long film that premiered on HBO when ‘Lemonade’ was released.
‘Lemonade’ was named within the Top 20 of NME’s Albums Of The Year 2016 – check out the full list here.
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Beyoncé is one of three huge headliners who have reportedly been booked for next year’s Coachella festival. Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead are also rumoured to be headlining the hugely popular annual bash in California.
However, the singer has yet to confirm any live shows for 2017. She wrapped ‘The Formation World Tour’ in April after playing 49 dates across North America and Europe, including a pair of sell-out shows at London’s Wembley Stadium.
Earlier this month (November) she was named one of the Top 10 highest-earning women in music. Taylor Swift, Madonna and Adele also feature on the list – check out the full Top Ten here.