Between the newest trailer for her HBO special and that $50 million endorsement deal with Pepsi, it probably feels like you know everything you could possibly know about Beyoncé's life.
But in the February issue of GQ featuring Beyoncé on the cover (and what we can only hope will be a long-lasting tradition for all GQ February covers this point forward—think about our children), the painfully private singer gives us a glimpse into her private life. Like, the very most private parts of her private life with Jay-Z. Specifically, what Bey's sex jam be.
"I think I need to go listen to 'Make Love to Me' and make love to my husband," she shares with the magazine.
Some outlets like the Daily Mail assume she is referring to a track with the same title by Rick James, because that was the first result of a Google search, but as anyone whose spirit animal is Beyoncé knows, the straight-to-the-point song the entertainer could easily be citing is "Make Love To Me" by Luke James, her opening act during four days of concerts in Atlantic City. Both are fit for the boudoir—the first features a saxophone, the second has some sexy finger snapping, so it's really anyone's guess.
As intimate as this statement is, in classic Beyoncé form, she gives us something that feels revealing, but really isn't all that much. She says "I think I need…," instead of beginning with a declarative "I need…" She doesn't explicitly name drop the artist on her iTunes she's referring to. She chooses a song that is so literal, it renders itself completely general. The only blanket she's letting her audience get between is the one that drapes this completely broad blanket statement.
But don't be fooled. It's the way Beyoncé likes managing her business. She knows exactly what she's doing, which is downright and unconditionally sexy.