Watch: Beyonce Performs ‘Partition,’ ‘Blow’ & ‘Flawless’ for the First Time

Photo Credit:Robin Harper /Beyonce/Tumblr
Photo Credit:Robin Harper /Beyonce/Tumblr

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Beyonce’s latest album is still slaying the charts, and now that it’s already platinum, it only makes sense for Beyonce to give her fans what they want and start performing the new tracks live during the second leg of her Mrs. Carter World Tour.

With the tour already a massive success and the highest grossest female tour of 2013, many have taken to social media to upload what they could of Beyonce’s very first performances of “Partition,” “Flawless” and “Blow” in Glasgow. Since these are fan videos, we’re sure it’s only a matter of time before Columbia snatches them off YouTube. So enjoy them while you can.


  1. That Partition performance was everything. Every time I hear that song I just want to break out in choreographed dance. LOL.

  2. Love it. I’m so excited to see her perform all of this when she gets back to the US. Oh, FYI chicas NeNe will be on The View this morning. I’m off today (praise Him lol), so I will be tuning in. She says she will be spilling tea. 🙂

      1. NeNe ain’t going nowhere. Neither is Kenya with her thirsty self. Both will be right there keeping up trouble next season. They better just accept that they can’t get rid of each other and keep it cute.

        On topic, Bey has me all excited about her next trip to the states. I can’t wait.

        1. That’s what I’m saying! Bravo would be stupid to let either one of them go right now! Their little beef is the most talked about RHOA topic right now.

  3. Now how in the world did Bey find the time to learn new choreography? She was on vacation and chilling with Blue and Jay just last week! That’s why I love this chick. She works her butt off and will find time to handle her business.

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