Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé dropped a new music video on Tidal

People were mad but then obsessed.

Mar 1, 2020, 3:30 am*

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Myles Tanzer 

Myles Tanzer

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Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé are both “co-owners” of Tidal, the new streaming service fronted by Jay Z and backed by all of your favorite musicians. So it only makes sense that they’d release the video for their duet “Feelin’ Myself” exclusively on the platform that they share ownership of and not on YouTube or Beyoncé’s Tumblr.

But many people were still shocked to find that the video would not be available to stream live.

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But because this is the Internet and it’s 2015, the video soon hit the Web in an easily embeddable version that may get taken down soon:

The video features everything you’d want from Bey and Nicki. Specifically, there’s a lot of food sharing which appeals to all of your snackwave cravings.

There’s really nothing more priceless than friends shooting fries into each other’s mouths:

https://twitter.com/speriod/status/600400145847611392

C’mon—what’s better than sharing burgers with your best friend?

https://twitter.com/christinefriar/status/600409178126098433

Well, sharing candy with your best friend is pretty amazing too.

https://vine.co/v/eA1Hh6KhnPw

H/T Miss Info | Screengrab via Streamable

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*First Published: May 18, 2015, 7:20 pm