Is Beyonce feeling nostalgic? First she picks “Fever,” the sultry tune popularized by Peggy Lee in 1958, as the theme for her first-ever fragrance. Now we hear a previously unreleased party jam, “Black Culture,” built on a sample of a very prominent 30-year-old hit.
So far there’s no real indication of the song’s vintage, but it samples Michael Jackson’s 1979 classic “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough,” and contains such seemingly hastily-cobbled-together lyrics as “let’s hook up, when we start we won’t stop, baby don’t stop, c’mon give me some of that stuff.”
Sure, “Black Culture” likely wouldn’t have sent any more Grammy nominations Beyonce’s way, but it’s still a fun listen. Give it a spin below.[wpaudio url="http://idolator.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/Beyonce-Black-Culture.mp3" text="Beyonce - Black Culture" dl="0"]