AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles throws a house party for her celebrity guests in a music video for her latest single "Party". Rocking various bright-colored outfits, Queen Bey tries her best to be a good hostess. While her guests chill out in the backyard, she does the cooking, leads the dancing, and also mows the lawn.
Getting invited to the party are Beyonce's sister, Solange Knowles, and the former member of Destiny's Child, Kelly Rowland. Also coming to have some fun at the awesome bash is the pregnant singer's featured guest J. Cole who arrives in style by driving a blue bugatti.
When the music video was previewed two days ago, Beyonce was attacked by Khia for allegedly copying her "My Neck, My Back (Lick It)" video. She tweeted, "I'm @beyonce baby's god mother, if it's girl she naming her Khia! B TY for taking my advice & and tips on how to make a real hood video!"
"@beyonce thanks you for the love the tweets & roses! To bad I don't bulldag with prego women. Call super head jay knows all about her," she added two more messages. "@beyonce has been smoking rocks if she thinks her J. Cole remix flop "Party" will be as big as My Neck My Back."
"Party" music video was filmed last summer in the Oakdale Mobile Home Park in South Brunswick Township, New Jersey. "We just had a really good time," one of the guests Kelly said. "We were doing certain stuff that we used to do as kids. We kinda felt a little goofy for a second, so we stopped. But we just had a good time."
"Party" is one of the singles appearing in Beyonce's latest studio installment "4". The album version of the song features OutKast's Andre Benjamin (Andre 3000). Talking about landing the spot in the remix, Cole said it's a blessing. He revealed that he recorded verses for the song even before the album came out.
"Then she reached out to me and she wanted me to get on the remix. I did two more verses. Out of the second set that I did, she picked the first verse. But my second verse, I just gotta say for the record... It was just too long, I think she was looking for something shorter and more to the point," he recalled.