Beyonce Lounging in Backyard on 'Party' Video Sneak Peek
Beyonce Knowles is close to premiere a music video for her next single "Party". One day before the video premiere, a snippet is offered to preview the former member of Destiny's Child and her pals rocking a vibrant retro look at a backyard party.
Like it was mentioned before, the video will feature J. Cole who is featured in the remix, instead of OutKast's Andre Benjamin who raps in the original version. The other celebrity cameos in the upcoming clip are Solange Knowles and Kelly Rowland.
Talking about landing the spot in the song, Cole said it's a blessing. "She's such a hard working, incredible artist. I'll never forget that day we shot the video, I'll never forget being able to be on that song, and hopefully we got more as time goes on," he said in a radio interview.
"You know how many verses I did for that song," the Roc Nation rapper recalled. "I did a version of that before her album  even came out. I did two verses. I love these verses too, but they ended up going with Andre 's verse and Andre killed it."
He went on, "Then she reached out to me and she wanted me to get on the remix. I did two more verses. Out of the second set that I did, she picked the first verse. But my second verse, I just gotta say for the record... It was just too long, I think she was looking for something shorter and more to the point."
"Party" is one of the singles appearing in Beyonce's latest studio installment "4" which was released last summer. Its accompanying music video will come out on Tuesday, October 25 on BET's "106 & Park".
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