Bey’s halftime show, “Power,” marked the biggest pop hit for Beyoncé since “I Am a Star.”
The song, which peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in May, topped the Billboard 200 album chart for five weeks.
“Power” featured an array of Beyoncé hits: the chorus of “Famous” featuring the likes of Demi Lovato and Katy Perry; the first verse of “Boys Don’t Cry”; and a “Halo” verse from Beyoncé, which had previously been the only song to top the Billboard 100 in the month of May.
She also featured the song “Power.”
The video for the song was released on Tuesday and was shared on Instagram.
Watch the video above.
Watch Beyoncé perform at halftime show of Beyonce’s hit song, “Hallelujah” on Instagram via BeyonceLovesHalo.com.
Beyoncé was joined by Katy Perry, Demi Love, Lil Wayne, and Jaden Smith, among others, for the halftime performance.
The song also received positive reviews from Billboard and Rolling Stone.
The video is available on YouTube.
Bey performed the song for the first time on “The View” on Sunday, and the video for “Power’s” first verse was released online.
Watch “TheView” perform Beyonce performing “Power: Power” on the “The VIEW” Facebook page:Beyoncé and her husband Jay Z were the first couple to perform together on television.
“Love Me Harder” was Beyoncé’s breakout hit and became her first No. 1 hit.
“Hail to the Chief” was a smash single, charting at No: 1.
The track was also a hit with Beyoncé fans.
The title track from Beyonce and Jay Z’s upcoming album, titled “Formation,” debuted at No 1 on the Hot 100 and No. 3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
“Formations” also was the first No