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Beyonce Knowles' New Song Leaks, Video Shoot Teased in New Pics

April 15, 2011 (5:56 am) GMT
The ex-Destiny's Child sings about running the world in the song snippet, and shines bright in a yellow figure-hugging outfit for a video shoot.
Beyonce Knowles

In anticipation of ' new single release, a short snippet of a song, which features the former member of on the hook, hits the web. The club track has a repeated line, "Girls who run the world", and samples 's "Pon de Floor".

The song leak fits the previous rumor which suggested that Beyonce's going to drop a "female empowerment or girl power type song" which is sampling a popular club song that a lot of people will recognize. The report hasn't been confirmed, but official announcement is expected to be made soon.

Along with the snippet, a series of new pictures taken from Beyonce's music video shoot have emerged. The fresh photos, posted on Celebrity Mania, capture the wife of rocking a yellow dress paired with black Sergio Rossi knee-high boots. The filming took place in Mojave Desert, California, the same place where she was snapped wearing a dark-colored number and holding a "B" flag.

Rumor has it, Beyonce filmed the video with award-winning director Francis Lawrence who previously worked with , and Destiny's Child. Her longtime collaborator Frank Gatson reportedly serves as a choreographer. It's still unclear when the music video will be premiered.

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