According to TIME, the second video for "Grown Woman" surfaced yesterday. The first version arrived last December with Beyoncé's visual self-titled album. The tribal R&B track was first previewed last year in Bey's Pepsi commercial but it did not make the record's final tracklist. She tacked on the music video as a bonus clip, though, to the visual side of her album.
The original clip of "Grown Woman" played out like an old VHS tape showing a young Beyoncé grooving with her present day self. Compared to the rest of the videos on her new album, "Grown Woman" was the most trippy with wild visual effects. It was like a photo album of past memories come to life. The new version adds a splash of color and tons of '90s screen saver-like graphics. Beyoncé "Grown Woman" video is presented in a clearer and fiercer fashion with this remake.
Beyoncé's self-titled album was released in December of last year and it peaked at no. 1 on Billboard's albums chart.
Check out the alternate version (and the original) of "Grown Woman" at TIME.com
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