New Music: Beyoncé’s full ‘Grown Woman’ track leaked

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    Beyoncé’s not having a baby, she’s got tonsillitis. Anyway, the full version of Beyoncé’s upcoming track “Grown Woman” has found its way online!

    Beyoncé debuted the full version of the song, first introduced in a Pepsi ad, during a concert in France late last month. While Bey has to officially drop the single, the full song has leaked and fans were clamoring to hear it

    While “Grown Woman” initially leaked on SoundCloud, it was quickly yanked from the site. But the Internet has not completely been scrubbed of the cut, which you can hear below!

    Clearly Bey knows how to do what ever she wants, and that includes announcing her own pregnancies. Before Bey revealed her baby bump at the MTV Video Music Awards two years ago, no one knew that she was with child. This came after years of constantly battling rumors that she was expecting.

    More recently, chatter that she’s pregnant again really ramped up after the 2013 Met Gala and her statements on “Good Morning America” days before that, when she revealed that she would like another child. And Bey really got people wondering about the possibility of baby no.2 after she cancelled a show in Belgium. The perfect storm of speculation came to a head on Friday as the Web exploded with reports E! News claimed that sources confirmed that Bey is having another baby.

    While neither Jay-Z nor Bey rushed to refute the rumors, they have each addressed the gossip in their own way. Hov denied the baby news via a text message to Hot 97 and Bey revealed that the reason doctor’s benched her for a night is because she has tonsillitis.


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