This Latest Beyoncé Tribute Is Incredible

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Beyoncé Knowles, a.k.a Queen B, is incomparable. After more than two decades performing, she continues to make her mark. The singer has grown from a hit '90s girl group member (in Destiny's Child) to an award-winning solo sensation, to a hip-hop mogul's partner in crime and mother of an adorable daughter. Let's not forget the acting, producing and touring in between.

Throughout the years of such wild success, she's garnered a whole universe of fans (the BeyHive), 31 million of whom follow her religiously on Instagram. While they express their undying love and devotion with emoji, over-punctuation and (sometime borderline creepy) turns of phrase, others attempt to follow directly in her footsteps. Home music videos, parodies and mashups she's inspired are very easy to find on YouTube. However, only a select few nail it. And, Todrick Hall has just raised the bar.

The extremely talented entertainer recently shared a four-minute video of him flawlessly covering all five of Beyoncé's albums — 70 songs to be exact. From "Me, Myself & I" to "Single Ladies," Todrick reminds us why we love Bey and, even more so, why she deserves the constant praise. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, we hope Beyoncé's blushing and gushing about this video right now. Take a look at the epic tribute below. 
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We're so crazy in love with this. 
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