BRB, going to the office bathroom where I can listen to the new Beyoncé song and ugly cry happy tears because Yoncé's vocals on this track get me more than my own parents do.
Two days ago, English music producer Naughty Boy very casually teased he had recently worked on some new music with Beyoncé.
Casual. Rul casual.
33 hours… @Beyonce@ArrowBenjamin#LoseItAllpic.twitter.com/CuCHk0uaYw — Naughty Boy (@NaughtyBoyMusic) September 16, 2015
A long day later, he released "Runnin' (Lose It All)," which features vocals from both Bey and Arrow Benjamin, on Philadelphia's 96.5 Amp Radio and it's… Well, frankly, it's everything.
There is literally nothing this song isn't.
If this song was personified it could solve world hunger and bring democracy to North Korea.
Unsurprisingly, the whole Internet lost its collective sh*t when the track dropped.
Beyoncé's new song w naughty boy is lit oh my god — amaris (@givenchyziam) September 18, 2015
BEYONCÉ SKAJSJSJDH OMFGGGGG — MELI ™ (@MeliLumko) September 18, 2015
beyonce releases a song on my birthday and its so beautiful & im gonna cry? — Scott Hoying (@scotthoying) September 17, 2015
Let's stop all the politics and focus on the real issues right now. Beyoncé. New song. I repeat, YONCÉ. NEW SONG. pic.twitter.com/jvdVpUYY4n — gabrielle (@GabrielleS89) September 18, 2015
Beyoncé's new song Runnin' has me like pic.twitter.com/HijtvLLRFs — Common Gay Boy (@CGBPosts) September 18, 2015
This isn't the first time Naughty Boy collab'd with a major music icon.
A few years ago, he featured Sam Smith on "La La La."
He also famously had a Twitter feud with Zayn Malik after he allegedly leaked parts of the former One Direction member's cover of "No Type" without Malik's permission.
Malik tweeted the following after the release happened.
@NaughtyBoyMusic you fat joke stop pretending we're friends no one knows you . — zayn (@zaynmalik) July 13, 2015
Someone learned how to upload a video... maybe now he should learn how to use logic ha you ain't shit but a faker — zayn (@zaynmalik) July 13, 2015
That's all water under the bridge now, though!
The release of a new Beyoncé song isn't a time to drudge up the past; it's a time to celebrate the future while proclaiming we are all members of Queen Bey's hive.