What's pop's preoccupation with the world's demise? Who knows but Beyoncé's "Till The End of Time," a possible second single from her forthcoming album 4, hit the Internet this week. The song's title is reminiscent of Britney Spears' current single "Til The World Ends."
On Bey's track, the Texas native sings about being loyal to her lover over high energy drums and a horn bridge.
"Come take my hand/ I won't let you go/ I'll be your friend/ I will love you so deeply/ I will be the one to kiss you at night/ I will love you till the end of time," she sings.
On Monday, Beyoncé performed her long-awaited live performance of "Run The World (Girls)" on "The Oprah Show." MTV News caught up with Bey's choreographer Frank Gatson Jr. on joining the likes of Halle Berry, Tom Cruise and more for Oprah's farewell week. The television icon's final show airs on May 25.
"It's amazing. Me, myself, Beyoncé, people of color — we have so much respect for that woman," he said. "How can we say no to [Oprah]? She possesses something that God has given her, 'cause when I saw her onstage of all the people that were there, everyone's in awe of her — Tom Cruise, Halle Berry, Madonna — so we felt honored, privileged. That's why Beyoncé pushed us so hard. She wanted to make sure that Oprah's proud of what she did for her show. She did such an important number."
Beyoncé's album 4 is scheduled to hit shelves on June 28.