This time around, she had help from her new alter ego that the BeyHive was just introduced to by way of a Tidal page.
A tweet from a Beyoncé fan page screenshotted a photo from Tidal that shows “Top Off” available on an artist page named “B.” The song is listed as the only track on the page, which also doesn’t include a default photo of this mysterious artist page.
Spotify and Apple Music haven't followed suit, however, still naming Queen Bey as a feature on the song. But after the Tidal subscribers of the BeyHive clicked into the “B” page, they’re now convinced that the Lemonade songstress is heading down a new career lane in music.
See the new artist page and fans' "Rapyoncé" suspicions below.
Top off is not on Beyoncé's "appears on" tab on Tidal anymore. The song is on the page of the artist "B" --"B" doesn't have a picture yet & the only song "B" has is Top Off. pic.twitter.com/p13xnLu1UC— Still Alive (@bjday4) March 4, 2018
Rapyoncé is really coming pic.twitter.com/ycIWKs6jae— baby jah🇯🇲 (@mykeIangeIo) March 4, 2018
She's coming pic.twitter.com/V3lKHfiMrQ— #1 Forward Stan (@youmixdatnegro) March 5, 2018
SHES COMING pic.twitter.com/8EltzHqbjJ— Jeremiah (@Jeremiahdbz) March 5, 2018
B is Beyoncé’s third alter-ego. Rap superstar. Hip hop sensation. We are not ready for this, ladies secure your wigs— Imani Jean🧞♀️ (@iimanzii) March 5, 2018
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