Beyoncé recently sold her soul to Pepsi for fifty million dollars, so it makes sense that she’s previewing her music by way of a soda commercial. “Grown Woman” is the song previewed, and it’s hard to deny that the ad is well done, feeling very much like a very well-produced music video until the logos pop up and Bey tells us all to “embrace the past, but live for now.” And buy a Pepsi when you catch her on the ridiculously extensive Mrs. Carter Show world tour.
Preview: Beyoncé – “Grown Woman”
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