Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj drop new music video on Tidal streaming service

2015-05-19 10:17

Los Angeles - Beyoncé Knowles and Nicki Minaj have released a new music video together on Tidal.

On Monday night, the two superstars dropped the video for the 32-year-old rapper's song Feeling Myself exclusively on Jay-Z's streaming service, and it includes a lot of candid moments of Nicki and the 33-year-old singer having fun at the Coachella Music Festival in April.

Featured on Nicki's Pinkprint album, Beyoncé opens the video rapping the lyrics to the chorus crouching in front of the Coachella road sign to set the scene, while Nicki stands next to her.

The mother-of-one covers her curvy assets in one-piece suits including a Chicago Bulls jersey design, while the Anaconda hitmaker - who is reportedly engaged to rapper Meek Mill - parades around in crop tops, see-through mesh shirts and body hugging bikinis.

Fans must be subscribers to sign in to see the full clip on Tidal, though it's most likely that a wide release will be coming soon, much like Rihanna's American Oxygen video, which was said to be exclusive content before later being shared on YouTube.

Watch a clip of the video here:

This isn't the first time that Beyoncé has surprised fans using Tidal, as the Crazy In Love hitmaker also released a new song Die For You on Tidal back in April in honour of her and Jay-Z's seventh wedding anniversary.

More exclusive content is projected to be released on Tidal from signed musicians Madonna, Usher, Kanye West and Rihanna among others.

Nicki shared pics from the video on her Instagram account:


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#FeelingMyselfVIDEOonTIDAL #FeelingMyself ??

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When u and bestie know yall poppin. #FeelingMyself #FeelingMyselfVIDEOonTIDAL ??

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