Screen capture from Beyonce's latest music video, Party. (Sony Music Entertainment / Beyonce)


Beyoncé Knowles is a music video making machine. The singer also knows how to throw a party, at least that's what it looks like in her music video.

On Wednesday, the 30-year-old singer debuted Party, the sixth single from her fourth studio album, 4.

In Party, one of the more upbeat singles from the album, Beyoncé flashes her pearly whites, entertains her guests and hangs out at her stylish trailer on what appears to be a hot summer day.

There is also a makeshift pool, a slew of bikinis, colorful furniture and a lot of dancing.

The music video for Party joins an elite club of Beyoncé music videos as of late. Since the release of 4, the entertainer has been churning out video after video.

On Oct. 7, Beyoncé released the video for Countdown, which was followed by the video for Love on Top just one week later.

Beyoncé is gearing up for the DVD release of her Live at Roseland concert series, which was held over four nights at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City in August.

The documentary, which includes 26 live songs and vintage footage from Beyoncé's childhood, is set for a Nov. 21 release date, according to Billboard.

Here are five things to know about the Party music video:

Baby Bump mystery. No, Beyoncé isn't toying with her fans or critics of her baby bump in Party. According to the Los Angeles Times, the music video was shot during the first week of August - pre-baby announcement, pre-baby bump anything.

The buzz surrounding Beyoncé's pregnancy appears to have calmed down in recent weeks. In early October, the singer and her baby bump became a favorite topic of gossipmongers and critics, after Beyoncé's appearance on an Australian talk show. Beyoncé's rep shot down rumors of the singer using a prosthetic and a surrogate, claiming that the comments were stupid, ridiculous and false.

The outfits. At some point, viewers may lose count of the number of outfits Beyoncé wears in Party. There's one with an ice-cream print, one with yellow faux fur, at least two bathing suits, a sparkly gold number and a leopard print top. All in all, the count is around 12.

Beyoncé's wardrobe choice in Party is nothing new to the singer. Love on Top features five costume changes, while Countdown contains a flashy display of colorful, stylish outfits and hairstyles.

Swagu. You a bad girl and your friends bad too, we got the swag sauce she dripping swagu, raps Kanye West, who briefly appears in the introduction and ending to Party. The meaning behind swagu has been on the minds of Beyoncé fans and the like.

The general consensus is that swagu refers to a type of Ragu pasta sauce. (Some have even taken the time to Photoshop Beyoncé onto the label).

The other definition of swagu is related to fashion.

Destiny, fulfilled. Party features a mini reunion for Destiny's Child, as Beyoncé is joined by Kelly Rowland in the music video's last 40 seconds. Beyoncé and Rowland, decked out in a yellow faux fur coat and sparkly pink jacket, respectively, can be seen swaying side to side and singing along to the song's catchy chorus.

Rowland, who has been riding on the success of her own solo album, Here I Am, is not the only guest in the music video. Beyoncé's sister, Solange Knowles, is on DJ duty, 55 seconds into the video.

Andre 3000. While the album version of Party features Outkast member Andre 3000, the music video has J. Cole, a 26-year-old rapper who was first discovered by Jay-Z and his Roc Nation label two years ago.

The North Carolina native recently released his debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story, with special guests like Trey Songz, Drake, Missy Elliot and Jay-Z.

Click here to listen to Andre 3000's rap on the album version of Party.

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