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5 Songs Beyonce & Jay-Z MUST Perform At The Grammys

Jay surprises Beyonce with a little on stage PDA.

We are so hyped to see Jay and Beyonce team up on stage at the Grammys for what is sure to be their biggest and best performance to date. Just the announcement of the news got or wheels spinning about what they’d perform, who would join them on stage (ahem, Blue Ivy!), and whether they’d open the show or shut the whole thing down at the end.

With so many hits from “Crazy In Love” to “Drunk In Love” we just had to put together our top collabo hits from these two. We can only hope the perform a medley of these and kill it like it’s never been killed before!

Plus, Hova is up for 9 (yes nine!) Grammys this year so the night is sure to be memorable!

1. “Drunk In Love”

When the R&B queen dropped this tack, fans and critics went wild raving about this new, saucier side of Bey. It elicited more discussion than any other track on the set, thanks to its frank depiction of female sexuality as well as the presence of Bey’s rap-mogul husband.

2. “Deja Vu”

Remember the fresh-faced looking Bey flaunting her hourglass figure in a matching lace skirt and bralet combo with her golden locks tied up in a messy bun while another close up shows the diva performing a tribal-inspired dance in the middle of a field donning a tiny green tutu and crop top. All the while Hova is watching as his girl dances seductively

3. “Crazy In Love”

By the look of things Jay and Bey are still crazy in love like they were 10 years ago! With a wildly addictive hook (which samples instrumentation from The Chi-Lite’s “Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)”), this cut is sure to have the audience (and those at home) up on their feet doing her signature booty shake and attempting to do her sexy back bends!

4. “Part II (On The Run)”

This sultry track from the superstar couple off H.O.V.A.’s latest album, Magna Carta… Holy Grail, features Beyonce crooning, “Who wants that perfect love story anyway anyway / Cliché cliché cliché. Who wants that hero love that saves the day anyway, cliché cliché cliché.” Then Hova chimes in, “I’m an outlaw, Got an outlaw chick / Bumping 2Pac, on my outlaw s–t / Matching tats, this ink don’t come off / Even if rings come off off, if things ring off.” Unbeatable!

5. “03 Bonnie and Clyde”

The ultimate ride or die chick anthem, this is a banger that every couple loves to karaoke! The only thing better i to see Beyonce and Jay perform this hit an entire decade after it’s initial release. It’s the oldie but goodie we hope they at least singe a verse of.

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