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STOP EVERYTHING: Beyoncé released a secret album (with 18 videos) at midnight

Queen Beyoncé has done it again, this time breaking the Internet by releasing a secret new album on iTunes at midnight.

STOP EVERYTHING: Beyoncé released a secret album (with 18 videos) at midnight

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Queen Beyoncé has done it again, this time breaking the Internet by releasing a secret new album on iTunes at midnight. The new iTunes offering features 14 tracks and 17 videos, including numbers with appearances by Drake, Frank Ocean, Jay Z, and Blue Ivy.

The self-titled work is Bey's fifth studio album, the latest since 2011's 4.

It was released without prior warning and is available exclusively on iTunes.

Below, you can watch 30-second clips of the videos included on the "visual album," all of which hit YouTube at the time of the album's release.

Click here to watch the clip of "Blow."

Click here to watch the clip of "Pretty Hurts."

Click here to watch the clip of "Mine" featuring Drake.

Click here to watch the clip of "Drunk in Love" featuring Jay Z.

Click here to watch the clip of "XO."

Click here to watch the clip of "Haunted."

Click here to watch the clip of "Yoncé."

Click here to watch the clip of "Superpower" featuring Frank Ocean.

Click here to watch a clip of "Ghost."

Click here to watch the clip of "Grown Woman."

Click here to watch the clip of "Blue" featuring Blue Ivy.

Click here to watch the clip of "Heaven."

Click here to watch the clip of "Jealous."

Click here to watch the clip of "Rocket."

Click here to watch the clip of "No Angel."

Click here for the clip of "Partition."

Click here to watch the clip of "***Flawless" featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Aichie.

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