Beyoncé attends ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion in a day and time of Technology’ Outfit Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Artwork on, may 2, 2016 in NEW YORK.
Upgrade: According to Pitchfork, a rep from Beyoncé’s camp confirmed that the remix is no official release.
Beyoncé has yet released a song in 2018 and nothing at all of her own since 2016’s Lemonade, making followers looking forward to some new materials. So whenever a new version of her I Am… Sasha Fierce smash “Sweet Dreams” surfaced online Wed night time (Feb. 21), the Bey Hive swarmed — though it wasn’t actually published by Bey herself.
The mysterious surprise remix to “Sweet Dreams” appeared on Apple Music, iTunes and tidal, credited to “IDS” on Tidal and copyright related to “℗ 2018 Beyonce” on Apple Music and iTunes. But relating to Beyonce’s repetitions (as informed to Pitchfork), the “Development” singer experienced nothing in connection with the arbitrary release.
Regardless of the track being unofficial, it’s hard to deny that the new hip-hop tinged mixture of the electro-synth smash is a banger. And with Beyonce remaining mum on when songs are coming, the Bey Hive can at least relish in the old and new variations of the Queen B traditional.
Pay attention to the (unofficial) “Sweet Dreams” remix and revisit the initial (standard) version below. Billboard has already reached out to Beyonce’s repetitions for comment.