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Beyonce New Album 2013 - 'God Made You Beautiful' Leak: Where to Listen & Download?

First Posted: Nov 27, 2013 02:25 AM EST
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Ultimate diva Beyonce Knowles has released her new track "God made You Beautiful" ahead of the official launch date, according to Mirror. The inspiring song is about Queen Bey's daughter, Blue Ivy.

The reported "leak" of the song was actually a gift of sorts from the diva to fans who have pre-ordered her documentary "Life is But a Dream."  The leak was made November 22, 3 days earlier than its November 25 release date. Beyonce followers may listen to the full version of the song here.

A review of the track from Mirror's Chris Mandle describes the single to sound a bit like "Halo," the diva's 2008 hit from her I am...Sasha Fierce album. The ballad is simple (others say it's too simple, it's actually dull) and straightforward with its lyrics, with the chorus saying, "God made you beautiful/ Beautiful/ Beautiful/ God made you beautiful/ Beautiful/ Beautiful," as written on Hypable.

The whole song is what loving mothers tell their children, proving that Queen Bey is very smitten with her 1-year-old daughter. Fans do have a rare glimpse of a mother-daughter moment in the song, as Beyonce sings the lines, "I kiss those little feet and watch for your perfect smile/ and when it comes the world stops in your eyes."

Fans eager to get their hands on Beyonce's 2013 album will have to wait a little longer for more releases from the diva. Notably, it is undisclosed whether "God Made You Beautiful" is indeed included in her much-anticipated studio album, according to IBN Live.

Beyonce's fourth album entitled 4 was released in 2011, making Queen Bey's fans livid with excitement and anticipation over her next studio album. There had been so much speculation about the tracks that earlier this year, a fake track list had even been mistaken to be the real thing, as earlier reported by Latin PostConfirmed collaborations with hit makers Ryan Tedder, Ne-yo and The Dream make the waiting all the more painful for overexcited fans.

Mrs. Carter had been reportedly very picky and very critical for this fifth album. In July, she allegedly scrapped 50 songs developed for her by a team of musicians and songwriters.

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