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Beyonce Nicki Minaj Flawless

“Up in this bi*ch like elevators/Of course some time sh*t go down when it’s a billion dollars on a elevator.”

King Bey has spoken.

RELATED: VIDEO: Jay Z Attacked By Beyonce’s Sister Solange In Elevator

Shocking the streets once again with a stealth midnight drop, Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj talk that talk on a banging remix to the braggadocios “Flawless.”

The buzz has been building for weeks and the two reigning divas did not disappoint.

Nicki goes Southside Jamaica, Queens to Houston’s 3rd Ward, spitting:

“Like MJ doctor they killing me/Propofol, I know they hope I fall/ But tell ’em winning is my muthaf**kin protocol/ Cause I score before I ever throw the ball”

“It’s every hood ni**a dream fantasizing about Nicki and Bey.”

Welp.

Head over to Flawless.Beyonce.com to hear the entire song.

If you were waiting on the Summer anthem, here it is—better late than never.

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