Beyoncé and Minaj's 'Flawless' Remix Performance Review

The yet unreleased remix of Flawless that features Nicki Minaj finally receives an appreciated visual. The eponymous album of Beyoncé which dropped by surprise in December last year included the original track; the remix showed up in August on Bey’s SoundCloud.

After some television static, a sample of “We Should All Be Feminists” by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie shoots across packed Stade de France on a stage before Beyoncé along with a group of dancers appear wearing Versace prints. Showing her aggressive lyrics and infectious dance moves, Beyoncé made it clear that she was at the top of her game.

Crowds cheered as Queen B emerged into the opening rap. Beyoncé seemed to be delivering her lines with perfection, which included a reference to her sister and husband’s now notorious elevator fight. Then, Nicki Minaj appears from behind the group of dancers wearing an identical Versace jumper, and all hell seems to break loose.

While it takes a lot to be standing with Beyoncé, Minaj makes it while the Queen B dances as if she is the biggest fan of Minaj. The chemistry in them comes off as real, like very old friends. As soon as Minaj finishes her lines, she delivers a quick smile prior to leaving Beyoncé to end the track. See the whole video of Beyonce and Nicki Minaj flawless remix performance in Paris.

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