List of songs recorded by Beyoncé

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Beyoncé in 2011

American singer Beyoncé rose to fame in the late 1990s as the lead singer of the R&B girl group Destiny's Child, one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time.[1] During the hiatus of the girl group in 2002,[2] Beyoncé embarked on her solo career that she pursued following the disbandment of the group in 2005,[3] she has written and recorded material for her six studio albums, namely Dangerously in Love (2003), B'Day (2006), I Am... Sasha Fierce (2008), 4 (2011), her self-titled album, Beyoncé (2013), and her second visual album Lemonade (2016). Apart from her work in music, Beyoncé has launched a career in acting, she made her debut in the 2001 musical film Carmen: A Hip Hopera, prior to appearing in major films, including Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), The Pink Panther (2006), Dreamgirls (2006), Epic, and Cadillac Records (2008). She has written and recorded material for the soundtrack albums of all the mentioned movies. Beyoncé has also lent her vocals to several recordings for specific charitable causes and other tracks that were used in television advertisements. Songs included in this list are from her studio albums, extended plays, soundtrack albums, live albums, mixtapes, and collaborations with other recording artists on their respective albums. Many of them were released as singles and have been successful both stateside and in international markets. Also included in this list are songs that Beyoncé recorded, but remain unreleased or were never officially released.

Beyoncé started recording material for her debut solo album Dangerously in Love in 2002; she selected the producers with whom she would collaborate, held meetings with prospective producers from West Coast across the East Coast and had interviews with them.[4] She went to Miami, Florida to begin sessions with Canadian record producer Scott Storch, her first collaborator.[5] Beyoncé took a wider role in the production of Dangerously in Love, co-writing a majority of the songs, choosing which ones to produce and sharing ideas on the mixing and mastering of tracks.[6] 15 of 43 songs recorded by Beyoncé, made it to the album.[7] After having a month-long vacation following the filming Dreamgirls, she went to the studio to start working on her second studio album B'Day in 2006.[8] Beyoncé began working with songwriter-producers Rich Harrison, Rodney Jerkins, Sean Garrett,[9][10] Cameron Wallace, The Neptunes, Swizz Beatz, and Walter Millsap.[11] Two female songwriters were also included in the production team, who helped structure the album: Beyoncé's cousin Angela Beyincé, who had previously collaborated in Dangerously in Love, and songwriter Makeba Riddick, who made her way into the team after writing "Déjà Vu", the lead single off B'Day.[8] While Beyoncé and the team brainstormed the lyrics, other collaborators simultaneously produce the tracks,[8] she arranged, co-wrote and co-produced all the songs on B'Day,[9] which was titled as a reference to her birthday,[12] and completed in three weeks.[13]

In 2007, Beyoncé began working on her third studio album I Am... Sasha Fierce, which she said was a double album while making comparisons to a magazine.[14][15] The first disc I Am... was intended to show her insecurities about love,[16] and to give a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Beyoncé's life, stripped of her make-up and celebrity trappings.[15] On the other hand, the second disc Sasha Fierce showcased her aggressive, sensual and care-free onstage alter ego of the same name.[15] When Beyoncé started recording tracks for I Am... Sasha Fierce, she felt that she had to grow and mature artistically; she wanted to "be challenged".[17] Inspired by her husband Jay-Z and Etta James,[18] she collaborated with several producers and songwriters – including Kenneth Edmonds, Stargate, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, Terius "The-Dream" Nash, Rodney Jerkins, Sean Garrett, Solange, Jim Jonsin, Rico Love and Ryan Tedder – while either co-wroting or co-producing each song on the record.[19][20] In 2010, Beyoncé took a break from her career to rest and gain perspective,[21] during the hiatus, she dedicated herself to enjoying the everyday things in life, which reignited her creativity and became a source of inspiration for her fourth studio album 4 that she described as "a labor of love".[22][23][24] Beyoncé also drew inspiration from the work of Fela Kuti, Earth, Wind & Fire, Lionel Richie, The Jackson 5, New Edition, Florence and the Machine, Adele, and Prince.[23][25] She allowed herself the artistic freedom to record songs in which the melody and lyrics came together naturally.[23][25] Wanting to bring back "the emotion and live instruments and just soul missing out of the music industry",[24] Beyoncé co-produced the entire record[26] as she worked with Diane Warren, Diplo, Ester Dean, Switch, Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Frank Ocean, Kanye West, Sean Garrett and Shea Taylor, among others.[27]

Released songs[edit]

Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
For the soundtrack album of the 2008 film Cadillac Records, Beyoncé covered "At Last", originally performed by Etta James (pictured).[28]
Jamaican dancehall-reggae artist Sean Paul ("pictured") co-wrote "Baby Boy", on which he appeared as a featured vocalist.[29]
Colombian singer Shakira ("pictured") is a featured singer on the 2007 song "Beautiful Liar".[11]
Inspired by the drumming of Doug E. Fresh's 1985 song "The Show", "Best Thing I Never Had" was co-written by Patrick Smith (pictured).[30]
American rapper and then-boyfriend Jay-Z ("pictured") was a featuring artist on "Crazy in Love", which sampled the hook from The Chi-Lites' 1970 song "Are You My Woman? (Tell Me So)" that was written by Eugene Record.[31]
2011 multi-genre song "Countdown"[32] samples "Uhh Ahh" (1991) performed by American group Boyz II Men (pictured).[27]
2008 song "Diva" was originally proposed to American R&B singer Keyshia Cole (pictured), who declined to record it.[33]
Kanye West (pictured) was approached by Beyoncé in 2009 to appear as a featured artist on the remix of "Ego".[34]
2011 song "End of Time" was inspired by the work of late Nigerian music legend Fela Kuti (pictured).[22]
While writing "Get Me Bodied", Beyoncé drew inspiration from her friendship with former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland ("pictured") and Michelle Williams.[35]
Inspired by Ray LaMontagne's 2004 song "Shelter", Ryan Tedder (pictured) and Evan Bogart composed Beyoncé's 2009 single "Halo" in three hours.[36]
Beyoncé covered the 1978 song "Honesty", written by Billy Joel ("pictured"), in 2008 and 2009.[19][37]
Written by Diane Warren (pictured), "I Was Here was inspired by the September 11 attacks.[38]
According to Tor Erik Hermansen, Ne-Yo ("pictured") initially wrote the 2006 song "Irreplaceable from a male perspective and in the country style.[39][40]
Ryan Leslie (pictured) co-wrote "Keep Giving Your Love to Me" that Beyoncé recorded for the soundtrack album of the 2003 film Bad Boys II.[41]
"Lift Off" was co-written by Pharrell Williams (pictured) for the 2011 album Watch the Throne.[42]
According to Mary J. Blige ("pictured"), her duet with Beyoncé on "Love a Woman" was originally meant for 4.[43]
"Naughty Girl" samples the refrain of the 1975 song "Love to Love You Baby", performed by Donna Summer (pictured).[29]
The 2011 critically acclaimed downtempo power ballad "1+1" was co-written by Terius Nash (pictured).[27][44][45]
André 3000 was replaced by J. Cole (pictured) on another version of Beyoncé's 2011 song "Party".[46]
Beyoncé featured on the 2009 song Put It in a Love Song, on which Alicia Keys (pictured) was the main vocalist.[47]
The 2011 song Run the World (Girls)" samples Pon de Floor, a 2009 song performed by Major Lazer (pictured) – a collaborative musical project from DJ/producers Diplo and Switch.[27]
On the 2011 song Schoolin' Life", Beyoncé channels the friskiness of American singer Prince (pictured) in his prime as she addresses many life lessons to everyone from their 20s to their 50s.[48]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" was written by Beyoncé, Terius Nash, Thaddis Harrell and Christopher Stewart (pictured),[19] who commented that the song was "the only public statement that [Beyoncé and Jay-Z had] ever made about [their] marriage".[49]
Beyoncé featured on two tracks of Coldplay's (pictured) A Head Full of Dreams. Her daughter was also featured on the album, the lead singer, Chris Martin had collaborated with Beyoncé and Jay-Z before.[50][51]
Beyoncé featured on "Telephone", a song recorded by Lady Gaga (pictured) for The Fame Monster in 2009.[52]
"Until the End of Time" was a duet between Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake (pictured) for the 2007 deluxe edition of the latter's 2006 album FutureSex/LoveSounds.[53]
Written by Michael Jackson (pictured), "What More Can I Give" was recorded by Beyoncé and many other singers in 2001.[54]
Beyoncé's sister Solange (pictured) composed "Why Don't You Love Me" for the 2009 editions of I Am... Sasha Fierce.[19]
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Originating album[note 1] Year Ref.
"'03 Bonnie & Clyde" dagger
[note 2]
Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé Jay-Z
Darryl Harper
Kanye West
Prince
Rick Rouse
Tupac Shakur
Tyrone Wrice
The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse* 2002 [55]
"1+1" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Tricky Stewart
The-Dream
4 2011 [27]
"6 Inch" Beyoncé featuring The Weeknd Beyoncé
The Weeknd
Danny Boy Styles
Ben Billions
The-Dream
Ahmad Balshe
Boots
Avey Tare
Panda Bear
Geologist
Burt Bacharach
Hal David
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"7/11" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Detail
Bobby Johnson
Beyoncé: Platinum Edition 2014
"A Woman Like Me"
[note 3]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Charmelle Cofield
Ron Lawrence
N/A 2006 [58]
[59]
"After All Is Said and Done" Beyoncé and Marc Nelson Gordon Chambers
Philip Edward Galdston
The Best Man 1999 [60]
[61]
"All I Could Do Was Cry" Beyoncé Berry Gordy
Gwen Gordy Fuqua
Billy Davis
Cadillac Records 2008 [28]
[28][62]
[62]
"All Night" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Diplo
Rock City
Ilsey Juber
Akil King
Aman Tekleab
Jaramye Daniels
OutKast
Sleepy Brown
Ricky Anthony
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"All That I'm Lookin' For" Kitten K. Sera, Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland Kitten K. Sera
Kelly Kidd
Wolfram De Marco
The Katrina CD 2005 [63]
"Amor Gitano" dagger Alejandro Fernández featuring Beyoncé Beyoncé
Jaime Flores
Reyli
Viento a favor 2007 [64]
"At Last" dagger
[note 4]
Beyoncé Harry Warren
Mack Gordon
Cadillac Records 2008 [28]
"Ave María" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Amanda Ghost
Ian Dench
Makeba Riddick
StarGate
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Baby Boy" dagger Beyoncé featuring Sean Paul Beyoncé
Robert Waller
Scott Storch
Sean Paul
Jay-Z
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Back to Black" Beyoncé and André 3000 Amy Winehouse
Mark Ronson
The Great Gatsby 2013 [65]
"Back Up" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Rodney Jerkins
Ne-Yo
Taylor Robert
B'Day* 2006 [11]
"Be with You"
[note 5]
Beyoncé Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Bootsy Collins
Gary Cooper
George Clinton, Jr.
Rich Harrison
Shuggie Otis
Jay-Z
Eugene Record
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Beautiful Liar" dagger Beyoncé and Shakira Amanda Ghost
Beyoncé
Ian Dench
StarGate
B'Day 2007 [11]
"Bello Embustero"
[note 6]
Beyoncé Amanda Ghost
Beyoncé
Ian Dench
Rudy Pérez
StarGate
Irreemplazable[note 7] 2007 [11]
"Best Thing I Never Had" dagger Beyoncé Antonio Dixon
Beyoncé
Caleb McCampbell
Babyface
Symbolic One
Patrick "J. Que" Smith
Shea Taylor
4 2011 [27]
"Beyoncé Interlude" Beyoncé Beyoncé Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Bienvenue" IAM featuring Beyoncé Akhenaton
Shurik'n
Deni Hines
Dangerously in Love* 2003 [66]
"Blow" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Pharrell Williams
James Fauntleroy
Timbaland
J-Roc
Justin Timberlake
Beyoncé 2013 [67][68]
"Blue" Beyoncé featuring Blue Ivy Beyoncé
Boots
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Bow Down / I Been On" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Hit-Boy
N/A 2013 [69][70]
"Broken-Hearted Girl" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Babyface
StarGate
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Brown Eyes"
[note 8]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Walter Afanasieff
Survivor 2001 [71]
"Cadillac Car" Beyoncé, Anne Warren, Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Jennifer Hudson, Laura Bell Bundy, Rory O'Malley Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Cards Never Lie"
Beyoncé, Rah Digga and Wyclef Jean Kip Collins
Sekani Williams
Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [73]
[74]
"Check on It" dagger Beyoncé featuring Slim Thug Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Swizz Beatz
Sean Garrett
Slim Thug
#1's 2005 [58]
[75]
[11]
"The Closer I Get to You"
[note 9]
Beyoncé and Luther Vandross James Mtume
Reggie Lucas
Dangerously in Love 2003 [76]
"Countdown" dagger
[note 10]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Cainon Lamb
Ester Dean
Julie Frost
Michael Bivins
Nathan Morris
Shea Taylor
The-Dream
Wanya Morris
4 2011 [27]
"Crazy Feelings" Missy Elliott featuring Beyoncé Missy Elliott
Timbaland
Da Real World 1999 [77]
"Crazy in Love" dagger
[note 11]
Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z Beyoncé
Eugene Record
Rich Harrison
Jay-Z
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Creole" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Makeba Riddick
Rich Harrison
B'Day* 2006 [11]
"Daddy" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Mark Batson
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Daddy" Daddy's Little Girls 2007 [78]
"Daddy Lessons" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Kevin Cossom
Wynter Gordon
Alex Delicata
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Dance for You" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Tricky Stewart
The-Dream
4 2011 [27]
"Dangerously in Love 2" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Errol McCalla, Jr.
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Déjà Vu" dagger Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z Beyoncé
Delisha Thomas
Keli Nicole Price
Makeba Riddick
Rodney Jerkins
Jay-Z
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend"
[note 12]
Beyoncé Jule Styne
Leo Robin
N/A 2007 [79]
"Disappear" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Amanda Ghost
Dave McCracken
Hugo
Ian Dench
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Diva" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Bangladesh
Sean Garrett
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Don't Hurt Yourself" Beyoncé featuring Jack White Jack White
Beyoncé
Wynter Gordon
Led Zeppelin
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Dreamgirls" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Dreamgirls (Finale)" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Dreaming" Beyoncé Antonio Dixon
Beyoncé
Babyface
Patrick "J. Que" Smith
4* 2011 [27]
"Dreams" Boots featuring Beyoncé Boots WinterSpringSummerFall 2014 [80]
"Drunk in Love" dagger Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z Beyoncé
Detail
Jay-Z
Andre Eric Proctor
Rasool Díaz
Brian Soko
Timbaland
J-Roc
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Ego" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Blac Elvis
Harold Lilly
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Ego" (Remix) Beyoncé featuring Kanye West I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2009 [19]
"Encore for the Fans"[note 13] Beyoncé Beyoncé B'Day 2006 [81]
"End of Time" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Switch
Shea Taylor
The-Dream
4 2011 [27]
"Everything I Do" Beyoncé and Bilal James "Big Jim" Wright
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
The Fighting Temptations 2003 [82]
"Fake Your Way to the Top" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Family" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson and Keith Robinson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Family (End Title)" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson and Keith Robinson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Feeling Myself" Nicki Minaj featuring Beyoncé Beyoncé
Nicki Minaj
SZA
Hit-Boy
The Pinkprint 2014 [83]
"Fever"
[note 14]
Beyoncé Eddie Cooley
John Davenport
The Fighting Temptations 2003 [82]
"Fever" dagger
[note 14]
Heat 2011 [84]
"Fighting Temptation" dagger Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, MC Lyte and Free Gene Pistilli
Jonathan Burks
Karriem Mack
Lana Moorer
LaShaun Owens
Marie Wright
Missy Elliott
Walter Murphy
The Fighting Temptations 2002 [85]
"***Flawless" dagger Beyoncé featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Beyoncé
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Boots
The-Dream
Hit-Boy
Rey Reel Music
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Flawless (Remix)" dagger Beyoncé featuring Nicki Minaj Beyoncé
Nicki Minaj
The-Dream
Hit-Boy
OutKast
Sleepy Brown
HazeBanga
Rey Reel Music
Beyoncé: Platinum Edition 2014 [67]
"Flaws and All" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Ne-Yo
Shea Taylor
Solange Knowles
B'Day 2006 [11]
Why Did I Get Married? 2007 [86]
"Formation" dagger Beyoncé Khalif Brown
Asheton Hogan
Beyoncé
Mike Will Made It
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Forward" Beyoncé featuring James Blake Beyoncé
James Blake
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Freakum Dress" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Makeba Riddick
Rich Harrison
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Freedom" Beyoncé featuring Kendrick Lamar Beyoncé
Jonny Coffer
Carla Marie Williams
Dean McIntosh
Kendrick Lamar
Frank Tirado
Alan Lomax
John Lomax, Sr.
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Get Me Bodied" dagger Beyoncé Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Swizz Beatz
Makeba Riddick
Sean Garrett
Solange Knowles
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Gift from Virgo"
[note 15]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Shuggie Otis
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"God Bless the USA" dagger
[note 16]
Beyoncé Lee Greenwood Charity record 2008 [87]
[88]
"God Made You Beautiful" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Chris Braide
Sia
Life Is But a Dream / Live in Atlantic City 2013 [89]
"Green Light" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Pharrell Williams
Sean Garrett
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Grown Woman"
[note 17]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Timbaland
Kelly Sheehan
The-Dream
C. Godbey
J-Roc
D. Pearson
Garland Mosley
Beyoncé 2013 [67][90]
"Halo" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
E. Kidd Bogart
Ryan Tedder
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Halo" Beyoncé featuring Chris Martin of Coldplay Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief 2010 [91]
"Hard to Say Goodbye" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Haunted" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Boots
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Have Your Way" Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland Beyoncé
Fred Jerkins III
LaShawn Daniels
His Woman His Wife 2000 [92]
[93]
"Heavy" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"He Still Loves Me" Beyoncé and Walter Williams Sr. James "Big Jim" Wright
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
The Fighting Temptations 2003 [82]
[94]
"Heaven" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Boots
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Hello" Beyoncé Beyoncé
David Quiñones
E. Kidd Bogart
Ramon Owen
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Hey Goldmember" Beyoncé, Devin and Solange Al McKay
Harry Wayne Casey
Maurice White
Mike Myers
Paul Myers
Richard Finch
Austin Powers in: Goldmermber 2002 [85]
"Hip Hop Star" Beyoncé featuring Big Boi and Sleepy Brown Big Boi
Beyoncé
Bryce Wilson
Makeda Davis
Jay-Z
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Hold Up" dagger Beyoncé Diplo
Ezra Koenig
Beyoncé
Emile Haynie
J. Tillman
MNEK
Melo-X
Doc Pomus
Mort Shuman
Soulja Boy
Antonio Randolph
Kelvin McConnell
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Hollywood" dagger Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé Syience
Ne-Yo
Jay-Z
Kingdom Come 2006 [95]
"Honesty"
[note 18]
Beyoncé Billy Joel Mathew Knowles & Music World Present Vol.1: Love Destiny 2008 [37]
Beyoncé
Billy Joel
Ramon Owen
I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2009 [19]
"Hymn for the Weekend" dagger Coldplay featuring Beyoncé
(uncredited)
Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams 2015 [50][96]
"I Can't Take No More" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Mario Winans
Michael Jones
N/A 2003 [97]
"I Care" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Jeff Bhasker
Chad Hugo
4 2011 [27]
"I Got That" dagger Amil featuring Beyoncé Amil
Jean Claude Olivier
LeShan Lewis
Makeda Davis
Samuel Barnes
Jay-Z
Tamy Smith
All Money Is Legal 2000 [98]
"I Miss You" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Frank Ocean
Shea Taylor
4 2011 [27]
"I Want You Baby" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy and Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"I Was Here" Beyoncé Diane Warren 4 2011 [27]
"I'd Rather Go Blind"
[note 19]
Beyoncé Billy Foster
Ellington Jordan
Etta James
Cadillac Records 2008 [28]
"If" Beyoncé Beyoncé
StarGate
Ne-Yo
B'Day 2007 [11]
[99]
"If I Were a Boy" dagger Beyoncé BC Jean
Toby Gad
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"If Looks Could Kill (You Would Be Dead)" Beyoncé, Mos Def and Sam Sarpong Kip Collins
Sekani Williams
Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [73]
[100]
"I'm Leaving" Beyoncé Unknown Speak My Mind 2005 [101]
"I'm Somebody" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Irreplaceable" dagger Beyoncé Espionage
Beyoncé
StarGate
Ne-Yo
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Irreemplazable"
[note 20]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Espionage
Ne-Yo
Rudy Pérez
StarGate
Irreemplazable[note 7] 2007 [11]
"It's All Over" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson, Keith Robinson, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Jealous" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Detail
Andre Eric Proctor
Rasool Díaz
Brian Soko
Boots
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Just Stand Up!" dagger
[note 21]
Beyoncé among Artists Stand Up to Cancer Babyface
L.A. Reid
N/A 2008 [102]
"Keep Giving Your Love to Me" Beyoncé Adonis Shropshire
Ryan Leslie
Beyoncé
Mario Mendell Winans
Younglord
Bad Boys II 2003 [41]
[103]
"Kitty Kat" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Pharrell Williams
Jay-Z
B'Day 2006 [11]
"The Last Great Seduction" Beyoncé and Mekhi Phifer Kip Collins
Sekani Williams
Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [73]
"Lay Up Under Me" Beyoncé Beyoncé
StarGate
Sean Garrett
Shea Taylor
4 2011 [27]
"Lift Off" dagger Jay-Z and Kanye West featuring Beyoncé Jay-Z
Kanye West
Bruno Mars
Jeff Bhasker Pharrell Williams
Seal
Watch the Throne 2011 [42]
"Listen" dagger Beyoncé Anne Preven
Beyoncé
Henry Krieger
Scott Cutler
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
[11]
"Lorell Loves Jimmy / Family (Reprise)" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Lost Yo Mind" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Swizz Beatz
Sean Garrett
B'Day* 2006 [11]
"Love a Woman" Mary J. Blige featuring Beyoncé Beyoncé
Mary J. Blige
Menardini Timothee
Sean Garrett
My Life II... The Journey Continues (Act 1) 2011 [104]
"Love Drought" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Mike Dean
Ingrid Burley
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Love in This Club, Part II" dagger Usher featuring Beyoncé and Lil Wayne Thom Bell
Lil Wayne
Soundz
Linda Creed
Darnell Dalton
Young Jeezy
Polow da Don
Beyoncé
Ryon Lovett
Keith Thomas
Lamar Taylor
Usher
Here I Stand 2008 [105]
"Love Love Me Baby" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Love on Top" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Shea Taylor
The-Dream
4 2011 [27]
"Me, Myself and I" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Robert Waller
Scott Storch
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Mine" Beyoncé featuring Drake Beyoncé
Noah Shebib
Drake
Majid Jordan
Omen
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Move" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Mueve el Cuerpo"
[note 22]
Beyoncé Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Kasseem Dean
Makeba Riddick
Sean Garrett
Solange Knowles
N/A 2011 [106]
"Move Your Body"[note 23] Beyoncé Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Kasseem Dean
Makeba Riddick
Sean Garrett
Solange Knowles
N/A 2011 [107]
"My First Time" Beyoncé Beyoncé
The Neptunes
Live at Wembley 2004 [81]
"My Man" Beyoncé Angela Beyince
Beyoncé
Robert Waller
Scott Storch
Destiny Fulfilled 2004
"Naïve" Solange Knowles featuring Beyoncé and Da Brat Beyoncé
HR Crump
Mathew Knowles
Da Brat
Solo Star 2003 [108]
[109]
"Naughty Girl" dagger
[note 24]
Beyoncé Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Donna Summer
Giorgio Moroder
Pete Bellotte
Robert Waller
Scott Storch
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"No Angel"
[note 25]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Caroline Polachek
James Fauntleroy
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Nothing out There for Me" Missy Elliott featuring Beyoncé Craig Brockman
Missy Elliott
Nisan Stewart
Under Construction 2002 [110]
"On the Run" Beyoncé J-Roc
James Fauntleroy
Jay-Z
Timbaland
N/A 2013 [111]
"Once in a Lifetime" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Amanda Ghost
Ian Dench
James Vernon Dring
Jody Street
Scott McFarnon
Cadillac Records 2008 [28]
[112]
"One Night Only (Disco)" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson and Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Oye"
[note 26]
Beyoncé Anne Preven
Beyoncé
Henry Krieger
Rudy Pérez
Scott Cutler
Irreemplazable[note 7] 2007 [11]
"Part II (On the Run)" Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé Jay-Z
James Fauntleroy
J-Roc
Timbaland
Magna Carta Holy Grail 2013 [113]
"Partition" Beyoncé Beyoncé
The-Dream
Justin Timberlake
Timbaland
J-Roc
Key Wane
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Party"
[note 27]
Beyoncé featuring André 3000 André 3000
Beyoncé
Consequence
Doug E. Fresh
Jeff Bhasker
Kanye West
MC Ricky D.
4 2011 [27]
"Party" dagger
[note 27]
Beyoncé featuring J. Cole Beyoncé
Consequence
Doug E. Fresh
Jeff Bhasker
J. Cole
Kanye West
MC Ricky D
N/A 2011 [114]
"Pepsi's Carmen"[note 28] Beyoncé Unknown N/A 2003 [115]
"Pink + White" Frank Ocean featuring Beyoncé Christopher Breaux
Pharrell Williams
blond 2016 [116]
"Poison" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Johntá Austin
StarGate
I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2009 [19]
"Pray" (uncredited) Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé Alan Hawkshaw
Deleno Matthews
Levar Coppin
Diddy
Jay-Z
American Gangster 2007 [117]
[118]
"Pray You Catch Me" Beyoncé Kevin Garrett
Beyoncé
James Blake
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Pretty Hurts" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Ammo
Sia
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Put It in a Love Song" dagger Alicia Keys featuring Beyoncé Alicia Keys
Swizz Beatz
The Element of Freedom 2009 [47]
"Radio" Beyoncé Beyoncé
D-Town
Jim Jonsin
Rico Love
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Rather Die Young" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Jeff Bhasker
Luke Steele
4 2011 [27]
"Resentment"
[note 29]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Candice Nelson
Curtis Mayfield
Walter Millsap III
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Ring Off" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Mike Caren
Cook Classics
Geoff Early
Charles Hinshaw
Adam Amezaga
Derek Dixie
Stephen Bishop
Hit-Boy
Mike Dean
Sidney Swift
Beyoncé: Platinum Edition 2014 [68]
"Ring the Alarm" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Swizz Beatz
Sean Garrett
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Rise Up" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Sia
Hit-Boy
Chase N. Cashe
Epic 2013 [119]
"Rocket" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Miguel
Timbaland
J-Roc
Justin Timberlake
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Run the World (Girls)" dagger
[note 30]
Beyoncé Vybz Kartel
Beyoncé
Switch
Afrojack
Shea Taylor
The-Dream
Diplo
4 2011 [27]
"Runnin' (Lose It All)" Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin Beyoncé
Arrow Benjamin
Carla Marie
Jonny Coffer
Naughty Boy
N/A 2015 [120]
"Sandcastles" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Vincent Berry II
Malik Yusef
Midian Mathers
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Satellites" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Amanda Ghost
Dave McCracken
Ian Dench
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Save the Hero" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Ali Tamposi
Jim Jonsin
Rico Love
I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2008 [19]
"Say Yes" Michelle Williams featuring Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland Michelle Williams
Carmen Reece
Al Sherrod Lambert
Harmony Samuels
Journey to Freedom 2014
"Scared of Lonely" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Cristyle
Darkchild
LaShawn Daniels
Rico Love
Solange Knowles
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Schoolin' Life" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Carlos McKinney
Shea Taylor
The-Dream
4 2011 [27]
"See Me Now" Kanye West featuring Beyoncé, Big Sean and Charlie Wilson Beyoncé
Big Sean
Charlie Wilson
Kanye West
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 2010 [121]
"Sex Kitten" Kitten K. Sera and Beyoncé Kitten K. Sera
Kelly Kidd
Wolfram De Marco
N/A 2013 [122]
"Sexuality" Beyoncé Unknown Speak My Mind 2005 [101]
"Sexy Lil' Thug"
[note 31]
Beyoncé Dr. Dre
50 Cent
Mike Elizondo
Speak My Mind 2005 [101]
[123]
"Si Yo Fuera un Chico" dagger [note 32] Beyoncé BC Jean
Rudy Pérez
Toby Gad
I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2008 [19]
"Signs" Beyoncé featuring Missy Elliott Craig Brockman
Missy Elliott
Nisan Stewart
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Sing a Song"
[note 33]
The WubbGirlz featuring Beyoncé as Shine Beyoncé
Bob Boyle
Brad Mossman
Eddie Smith III
John Powell
Johnathan Wells
Mike Reagan
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Sing-a-Song 2009 [124]
[125]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Kuk Harrell
The-Dream
Tricky Stewart
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Smash into You" Beyoncé Beyoncé
The-Dream
Tricky Stewart
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
Obsessed 2009 [126]
"So Amazing" Beyoncé and Stevie Wonder Benjamin Wright
Luther Vandross
So Amazing: An All-Star Tribute to Luther Vandross 2005 [127]
"Sorry" dagger Beyoncé Wynter Gordon
Beyoncé
Melo-X
Lemonade 2016 [56][57]
"Speechless" Beyoncé Andreao Heard
Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Sherrod Barnes
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"Standing on the Sun" Beyoncé featuring Mr. Vegas Beyoncé
Sia
Greg Kurstin
Detail
Andre Eric Proctor
Rasool Díaz
Brian Soko
Beyoncé: Platinum Edition 2014
"Star Spangled Banner" dagger
[note 34]
Beyoncé Francis Scott Key N/A 2004 [128]
"Start Over" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Ester Dean
Shea Taylor
4 2011 [27]
"Step on Over" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose and Sharon Leal Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Steppin' to the Bad Side" Beyoncé, Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Hinton Battle, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson and Keith Robinson Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Still in Love (Kissing You)"
[note 35]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Des'ree
Timothy Atack
B'Day 2007 [11]
"Stop That" Beyoncé and Mekhi Phifer Kip Collins Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [73]
"Suga Mama"
[note 36]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Chuck Middleton
Makeba Riddick
Rich Harrison
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Summertime" dagger Beyoncé featuring P. Diddy Adonis Shropshire
Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Mario Winans
P. Diddy
Stevie J
Smitty
The Fighting Temptations 2003 [85]
"Superpower" Beyoncé featuring Frank Ocean Beyoncé
Pharrell Williams
Frank Ocean
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Sweet Dreams" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Jim Jonsin
Rico Love
Wayne Wilkins
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" Beyoncé Traditional The Fighting Temptations 2003 [82]
"Telephone" dagger Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé Beyoncé
Lady Gaga
Darkchild
LaShawn Daniels
Lazonate Franklin
The Fame Monster 2009 [129]
"That's How You Like It"
[note 37]
Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z Brian Bridgeman
Bunny DeBarge
Delroy Andrews
El DeBarge
Jay-Z
Randy DeBarge
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"That's Why You're Beautiful" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Andrew Hey
James Fauntleroy II
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Time to Come Home" Beyoncé, Angie Stone and Melba Moore James "Big Jim" Wright"
Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis
The Fighting Temptations 2003 [82]
[130]
"Trust in Me" Beyoncé Jean Schwartz
Milton Ager
Ned Wever
Cadillac Records 2008 [28]
"Turnt" The-Dream featuring Beyoncé and 2 Chainz Beyoncé
The-Dream
2 Chainz
IV Play 2013 [131]
"Until the End of Time" dagger Justin Timberlake and Beyoncé Justin Timberlake
Danja
Timbaland
FutureSex/LoveSounds 2007 [53]
"Up & Up" dagger Coldplay featuring Beyoncé, Merry Clayton, Annabelle Wallis, Noel Gallagher and Moses Martin
(uncredited)
Coldplay A Head Full of Dreams 2015 [50]
"Upgrade U" dagger
[note 38]
Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
Blowfly
Makeba Riddick
Rich Harrison
Sean Garrett
Jay-Z
Solange Knowles
Willie Clarke
B'Day 2006 [11]
"Venus vs. Mars" Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé
(uncredited)
Jay-Z
Jerome Harmon
Timbaland
The Blueprint 3 2009 [132]
[133]
"Video Phone" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Angela Beyincé
Bangladesh
Sean Garrett
I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [19]
"Video Phone"
(Extended remix)
Beyoncé featuring Lady Gaga Beyoncé
Lady Gaga
Bangladesh
Sean Garrett
I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2009 [19]
"We Will Rock You"
[note 39]
Beyoncé, Britney Spears and P!nk Brian May Pepsi Music 2004 CD 2002 [134]
"Welcome to Hollywood"
[note 40]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Syience
Ne-Yo
Jay-Z
B'Day 2007 [11]
"What's It Gonna Be" dagger
[note 41]
Beyoncé Beyoncé
Corte Ellis
LaShaun Owens
Kandice Love
Karrim Mack
Larry Troutman
Roger Troutman
Dangerously in Love* 2003 [29]
"What More Can I Give" dagger The All Stars Michael Jackson September 11 attacks Inspiration promo 2001 [54]
"When I First Saw You (Duet)" Beyoncé and Jamie Foxx Henry Krieger
Tom Eyen
Dreamgirls 2006 [72]
"Why Don't You Love Me" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
Angela Beyincé
Bama Boyz
Solange Knowles
I Am... Sasha Fierce* 2009 [19]
"Wishing on a Star"
[note 42]
Beyoncé Billie Rae Calvin Live at Wembley 2004 [81]
"Wishing on a Star" dagger
[note 42]
N/A 2010 [135]
"Work It Out" Beyoncé Beyoncé
The Neptunes
Austin Powers in: Goldmember 2002 [85]
[29]
"World Wide Woman" Beyoncé Angela Beyincé
Beyoncé
LaShawn Daniels
Makeba Riddick
Rodney Jerkins
Sean Garrett
B'Day 2007 [11]
"XO" dagger Beyoncé Beyoncé
The-Dream
Ryan Tedder
Beyoncé 2013 [67]
"Yes" Beyoncé Focus...
Beyoncé
Jay-Z
Dangerously in Love 2003 [29]
"You Changed" Kelly Rowland featuring Beyoncé and Michelle Williams Kelly Rowland
Courtney Harrell
Harmony Samuels
Talk a Good Game 2013 [136]
"Young Forever"
(Live)
Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé Jay-Z
Alphaville
Live in Brooklyn 2012

Unreleased songs[edit]

Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Originating album Leak Ref.
"Baby, You're The Only Man" Beyoncé Unknown Dangerously in Love Yes [137]
[138]
"Beat My Drum" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Sean Garrett
Tracey Serwell
I Am... Sasha Fierce No [139]
[140]
"Black Culture"
[note 43]
Beyoncé Unknown I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [141]
[142]
"Blind Trust" Beyoncé Unknown B'Day Yes [143]
"Cherry" Beyoncé Jerome Harmon
Beyoncé
Timothy Mosley
Justin Timberlake
Beyoncé No [144]
"Control" Beyoncé Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Tor Erik Hermansen
I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [145]
"Donk" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Terius Nash
Pharrell Williams
Beyoncé No [146]
"Erotic" Beyoncé Amanda Ghost
Beyoncé
Johntá Austin
Unknown No [147]
"Free Fall" Beyoncé Jerome Harmon
Beyoncé
Timothy Mosley
Justin Timberlake
James Fauntleroy
Christopher Godbey
Beyoncé No [148]
"Heartbeat" Beyoncé Unknown 4 Yes [149]
"He's My Man" Beyoncé Unknown Dangerously in Love Yes
"I'm Alone Now" Beyoncé Unknown Unknown Yes
"I'm Glad There's You" Beyoncé Jimmy Dorsey
Paul Madeira
Dangerously in Love Yes [138]
"Ice Cream Truck" Beyoncé Unknown B'Day Yes [150]
[151]
"Forever to Bleed" Beyoncé Clinton Sparks I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [152]
[140]
"Kick Him Out (Next Ex)" Beyoncé Unknown B'Day Yes [153]
"Life" Beyoncé Ryan Tedder
Beyoncé
Brent Kutzle
Beyoncé No [154]
"My Body" Beyoncé Alonzo Stevenson
Beyoncé
Crystal Johnson
Tony Reyes
I Am... Sasha Fierce No [155]
[140]
"New Shoes" Beyoncé Shaffer Smith B'Day Yes [153]
"Owls Go" Beyoncé Cameron David Bird
Cecil James
Beyoncé
Dangerously in Love No [156]
"Roc" Beyoncé Johntá Austin
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Tor Erik Hermansen
I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [157]
[158]
"Runway" Beyoncé Unknown 4 No [159]
"Scent of You" Beyoncé Bryce Wilson Dangerously in Love No [160]
"Settle for You" Beyoncé Shawn Carter
Makeda Davis
Beyoncé
Bryce Wilson
Dangerously in Love Yes [161]
"Slow Love" Beyoncé Amanda Ghost
Beyoncé
Ian Dench
Johntá Austin
Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Tor Erik Hermansen
I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [162]
[163]
"Stop Sign" Beyoncé Unknown I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [164]
[165]
"Waiting" Beyoncé Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Shaffer Smith
Tor Erik Hermansen
I Am... Sasha Fierce Yes [141]
"What's Good With You" Beyoncé Unknown B'Day Yes
"Vunerable" Beyoncé Chad Hugo
Beyoncé
Pharrell Williams
Dangerously in Love No [166]
"Wake Up" Beyoncé Beyoncé
Pharrell Williams
Beyoncé No [167]
"What Kind of World" Beyoncé Louis Biancaniello
Jim Jonsin
Sam Watters
Unknown No [168]
"Wrapped Around Me" Beyoncé Missy Elliott Dangerously in Love No [169]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ An asterisk beside an album title denotes the song to be available as a bonus track on certain editions of said album.
  2. ^ "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" contains an interpolation of "If I Was Your Girlfriend" by Prince and a sample of "Me and My Girlfriend" by Tupac Shakur.
  3. ^ "A Woman Like Me" was originally recorded for the soundtrack album of The Pink Panther (2006), but was eventually not used.
  4. ^ "At Last" is a 1941 song written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren for the musical film Orchestra Wives (1942).
  5. ^ "Be with You" contains interpolations from "I'd Rather Be with You" by Bootsy's Rubber Band and excerpts from "Strawberry Letter 23" by The Brothers Johnson.
  6. ^ "Bello Embustero" is the Spanish-language re-recording of "Beautiful Liar" (B'Day (Deluxe Edition), 2007).
  7. ^ a b c Irreemplazable is the first extended play (EP) by Beyoncé. Featuring Spanish, English and Spanglish re-recordings of songs from her second studio album B'Day (2006), it was marketed as a bonus disc for the deluxe edition of B'Day, before being released separately on August 28, 2007 by Columbia Records.
  8. ^ Though featured on Destiny's Child's album Survivor (2001), "Brown Eyes" was performed by Beyoncé only.
  9. ^ "The Closer I Get to You", originally performed by Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway in 1978, was re-recorded by Beyoncé as a duet with Luther Vandross for her album Dangerously in Love (2003).
  10. ^ "Countdown" samples "Uhh Ahh" by Boyz II Men.
  11. ^ "Crazy in Love" contains samples from "Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)" by The Chi-Lites.
  12. ^ Beyoncé covered Carol Channing's 1949 song "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" for Giorgio Armani's new fragrance Emporio Armani Diamonds in an ad directed by Jake Nava and titled "Can You Resist?".
  13. ^ "Encore for the Fans" contains "Encore for the Fans (Interlude)", "Listen" and "Get Me Bodied (Extended Mix)".
  14. ^ a b "Fever" is 1956 a song originally performed by Little Willie John.
  15. ^ "Gift from Virgo" is inspired by "Rainy Day" by Shuggie Otis.
  16. ^ "God Bless the USA" is a 1984 song originally performed by Lee Greenwood.
  17. ^ "Grown Woman" was only released in music video form on Beyoncé (2013), not as an actual audio track .
  18. ^ "Honesty" is 1979 a song originally performed by Billy Joel.
  19. ^ "I'd Rather Go Blind" is a 1968 song originally performed by Etta James.
  20. ^ "Irreemplazable" is the Spanish-language re-recording of "Irreplaceable" (B'Day (Deluxe Edition), 2007).
  21. ^ "Just Stand Up!" is a 2008 song performed by an all-star charity supergroup artists during the telethon "Stand Up to Cancer".
  22. ^ "Mueve el Cuerpo" is Spanish-language re-recording of "Get Me Bodied" (B'Day, 2006).
  23. ^ "Move Your Body!" is a 2011 re-written version of the 2006 song "Get Me Bodied" for the Let's Move! Flash Workout, which aims to combat child obesity by prompting youngsters to become more active.
  24. ^ "Naughty Girl" contains interpolations from "Love to Love You Baby" by Donna Summer.
  25. ^ "No Angel" is officially stylized as "Angel".
  26. ^ "Oye" is Spanish-language re-recording of "Listen" (B'Day (Deluxe Edition), 2007).
  27. ^ a b "Party" samples "La Di Da Di" by Doug E. Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew featuring MC Ricky D.
  28. ^ Beyoncé recorded "Pepsi's Carmen" for a 2003 Pepsi Commercial.
  29. ^ "Resentment" samples "Think (Instrumental)" by Curtis Mayfield.
  30. ^ "Run the World (Girls)" samples "Pon de Floor" by Major Lazer.
  31. ^ "Sexy Lil' Thug" is Beyoncé's 2005 re-recording of 50 Cent's 2003 song "In da Club".
  32. ^ "Si Yo Fuera un Chico" is the Spanish-language re-recording of "If I Were a Boy" (I Am... Sasha Fierce (Deluxe Edition), 2007).
  33. ^ "Sing a Song" is a single released for the Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! film Wubb Idol, which starred Beyoncé as Shine, a member of The WubbGirlz.
  34. ^ "The Star-Spangled Banner" is the national anthem of the United States of America. This recording is Beyoncé's a cappella performance at Super Bowl XXXVIII (2004).
  35. ^ "Still in Love (Kissing You)" is Beyoncé's 2007 re-recording of Des'ree's 1997 song "Kissing You".
  36. ^ "Suga Mama" samples "Searching for Soul" by Jake Wade and the Soul Searchers.
  37. ^ "That's How You Like It" contains resung lyrics from "I Like It" by DeBarge.
  38. ^ "Upgrade U" samples "Girls Can't Do What the Guys Do (And Still Be a Lady)" by Betty Wright.
  39. ^ Beyoncé, Britney Spears and P!nk covered Queen's 1977 song "We Will Rock You" for an international commercial Pepsi campaign. The song was released on Pepsi Music 2004 CD.
  40. ^ "Welcome to Hollywood" is Beyoncé's 2007 re-recording of Jay-Z's 2006 song "Hollywood".
  41. ^ "What's It Gonna Be" contains a sample of Zapp's "Do It Roger", written by Larry Troutman and Roger Troutman.
  42. ^ a b "Wishing on a Star" is 1978 a song originally performed by Rose Royce.
  43. ^ "Black Culture" samples "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" by Michael Jackson.

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