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Pharrell Says Beyonce Has Set Mothers And Wives Free By Singing Sexual Songs

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Beyonce has released the fifth installment of her “Self-Titled” mini-series that follows the making of her latest album and this time the focus is on sexuality in her music.

The latest video, “Self-Titled” Part 5. Honesty, explores the Beyonce’s sexuality, something she says she has had to be careful about displaying over her career out of respect for the children and parents who were listening to her music.

“Our first album came out when I was 15, I was a child. But now I’m in my thirties and those children that grew up listening to me have grown up … I always felt like it was my responsibility to be aware of kids and their parents and all these generations and I felt like it stifled me. I felt like in a sense, I could not express everything,” Beyonce states to the camera.

“I’ve done so many things in my live, in my career, that at this point, I feel like I’ve earned the right to be me and express any and every side of myself.”

Also included in this video are behind-the-scenes looks at Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Timbaland in the studio recording the song “Rocket”. During the recording, Pharrell addresses Beyonce’s strength as a mother and a wife in her ability to sing sexual songs.

“Only a momma can talk like that. Only a wife can talk like that. That is your strength,” Pharrell tells beyonce. “You just ran through jail and let all the women out cuz. You set women free!”

Take a look at the full video below:

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