While we were all enjoying our peaceful Saturday afternoons, Beyonce and Jay-Z came through with something to shake up the world. Under the moniker, The Carters, the couple delivered their long awaited collaborative album, Everything Is Love. From start to finish, the album was an emotional journey that touched on friendship, social issues and of course, their marriage.
One of the most talked about songs off of their new album was “Apesh*t”. Complete with a music video shot at The Louvre, “Apesh*t” jumped out of your earbuds and into the air filling it with black excellence. The song featured incredible lines like “I said no to the Superbowl: you need me, I don’t need you/Every night we in the endzone, tell the NFL we in stadiums too.” The video featured iconic shots of a black man getting a number two in front of the Mona Lisa. Simply put, it was incredible.
Among all of the phenomenal aspects of “Apesh*t” was a surprise feature from Quavo and Offset. The Atlanta natives provided their classic ad-libs for the song and today, we received the full demo track from the group. While the overall feeling of the song is the same, it’s clear that Beyonce and Jay-Z put their own stamp on the track. With that being said, Migos did their thing on their version as well. Check out the demo above and let us know what you think.