The South African label takes the song's title to extremes.
Tracks we love right now. In no particular order.
A conversation about black women narratives, visibility, responsible pop music in 2016, and Beyoncé's "kitchen politics."
"I was very gracious and appreciative that the queen called the other queen to come do something on her track."
With the release of "Formation," the Texas pop star is putting effort into both her art and her politics.
"I really like you—but this is awful."
Brilliant through and through.
Including a performance of Beyoncé's "Formation."
Announced just before the Super Bowl 50 halftime show.
After filmmakers said a Beyoncé video used their footage without permission, Beyoncé's team replied: "The documentary footage was used with permission and licensed from owner of the footage. They were given proper compensation."
Bey finally denies her Illuminati affiliation in "Formation," but how did this mess get started?
Bey just made Red Lobster the coolest casual dining restaurant.
Just in case you wanted to relive "Formation" over and over again.
Update: the track is now available on Tidal for free.