Beyoncé has been mobbin' on the low for the past year to create what is now her best work Beyoncé. The self-titled visual LP that crept into iTunes at midnight on Friday (Dec. 13) served up some good good in the form of 14 new tracks and 17 music videos, including the super sexy Vicky Secret ad-esque flick "Rocket." The Miguel-penned track shows Bey at her natural pin-up girl finest, equipped with bare curves and herself defying gravity like Inception on a bed (above).
Now that the album has been consumed by upwards of 800k of us human beings (that number shattered a record on iTunes, btw), little details about her creative process have been slipping out. The aforementioned "Rocket" video was actually shot in New York City at the Standard High Line hotel.
For those wanting to unleash their inner Bey "Rocket"-style, you can stay at the luxurious spot and strut in your undergarments with your cheeks out for $715 for a night. While other parts of the video were shot elsewhere (peep the windows and bathtub), the final product was flawless.