Beyoncé has surprised fans with a remix of her smash hit “America Has a Problem” — fresh off of her Renaissance album — with Kendrick Lamar, just in time for the weekend.

On Friday evening (May 19), the superstar performer released the K-Dot backed track in which the “HUMBLE” lyricist can be heard showing his appreciation for the Queen Bee herself, saying “I’m an honorary Beyhive/let’s see why them diamonds don’t be fly.”

Before weighing in on one of pop culture’s hottest topics, AI. “Even AI gotta practice clonin’ Kendrick,” he quipped.

The song, clocking in at four minutes and 20 seconds is complete with Bey’s vocals to close.

Art for the release included a subversive image of a waving American flag studded with clusters of red, white, and blue bullets. Listen to the “America Has a Problem” remix below.

Of course, this is not the first time the duo has joined forces. In 2016, Beyoncé and Lamar collaborated on “Freedom” off of her Lemonade release as well as “Nile” from The Lion King: The Gift.

Meanwhile, last year Lamar released his first album in five years, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers, earning him the Grammy for best rap album. “The Heart Part 5” also aided Lamar in securing rap performance and rap song accolades over entries from fellow nominees DJ Khaled (“God Did”), Future (“Wait for U”), Gunna (“Pushin P”), and Jack Harlow (“Churchill Downs”).

Beyoncé Recruits Kobe Bryant’s Daughter Natalia As Renaissance World Tour Intern

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Although Bey’s “Renaissance” was snubbed in the Album of the Year category at the 2023 Grammy Awards, she did walk away with “Break My Soul” winning dance/electronic recording, “Plastic Off the Sofa” nabbing traditional R&B performance and “Cuff It” taking home R&B song of the year.

In other news, Bey could reportedly net over $2 billion from her forthcoming Renaissance World Tour, which would make it the highest-grossing tour in history.

According to Forbes, Queen Bey’s ten-figure projection could potentially come through two main areas: ticket sales and merchandise.

In terms of gross ticket sales, $751 million and $2.4 billion are the low and high estimations based on average ticket prices from 52 shows.

With merchandise, $171 million is the figure she could generate based off of 300,000 items being sold at an average price of $100. Assuming she keeps 80 percent of merchandise revenue, Beyoncé would earn around $136.8 million.

Even if her ticket revenue lands somewhere in the middle of the projections, Mrs. Carter would have the highest-grossing tour of all time — by a wide margin.

That record currently belongs to Elton John, whose Farewell Yellow Brick Road pulled in a staggering $853,000,000 from 293 concerts between 2018 and 2023.

Bey’s last tour, 2018’s On the Run II with husband JAY-Z, netted a reported $254 million in gross revenue.