Will Beyonce & Naughty Boy's "Runnin' (Lose It All)" Be On iTunes? Here's Where You Can Listen To The New Track
It's hard not to be excited by anything Beyoncé related. After all, if there was such thing as American royalty, she'd definitely be sitting at the throne. (Her nickname isn't Queen Bey for nothing!) But, in the face of this news, prepare to not be just excited: Prepare to freak out, because the news is that Beyoncé released a new song, "Runnin' (Lose It All)" with Naughty Boy and Arrow Benjamin. Trust me, if you consider yourself a loyal member of the Bey Hive, you're going to want to give this one a listen: The resulting track is a song you'll want on your iPod for the rest of time. But, its release begs the question: where can you download the new track to make that happen? Will Beyoncé and Naughty Boy's "Runnin' (Lose It All)" be on iTunes?
(Update: The track is now available on iTunes, and can be downloaded here.)
Unfortunately, it seems that is a question easier asked than answered.
Though most of Naughty Boy's tracks are available for purchase via the digital marketplace, "Runnin' (Lose It All)," is not yet available to buy. Luckily, though, this isn't the end of the line — it's not a super rare track. Fortunately for Bey's biggest fans, there are a few other ways to give the new Naughty Boy song a listen, even if you can't purchase the individual track on iTunes just yet.
Here are the two major ways you can get your listening on:
Watch The Music Video On Repeat
Once is never enough with a Beyoncé song, and this track is no exception. The music video itself is strangely calming on its own, and features a man and a woman floating in the ocean. (Think they can hear the awesomeness of the Beyoncé/Naughty Boy collaboration under the sea?)
Listen In On Spotify
If you're a Spotify user, you're in luck: you can currently stream "Runnin' (Lose It All)" on the service! So, have fun spending a few hours of your life doing so. When you're done with that, why not play through all of Beyoncé's albums on the service and make an entire day of Bey?
It may be Naughty Boy's official song, but let's be honest here: Beyoncé's involvement basically makes it a new Bey track. Here's hoping that the song goes to iTunes ASAP, because I'm not sure streaming the song will be enough for Bey's biggest fans.