All Night (Beyoncé song)

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"All Night" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, Lemonade (2016).wikipedia
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Lemonade (Beyoncé album)

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"All Night" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, Lemonade (2016). After the release of Lemonade, "All Night" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 38.
It was supported by five singles: "Formation", "Sorry", "Hold Up", "Freedom" featuring Kendrick Lamar, and "All Night"; "Daddy Lessons" featuring the Dixie Chicks.

King Henry (producer)

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.
In fact, he admitted "I really wasn't super interested in making 'pop' music at all", but after his first few success stories including co-writing and co-producing Major Lazer's chart topper "Cold Water" and receiving a Grammy Nomination for "All Night" from Beyoncé's renown album Lemonade, his mind was changed about the pop world.

Ilsey Juber

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.
Other notable writing credits include "All Night" by Beyoncé, "She Loves Control" by Camila Cabello, "Ocean" by Martin Garrix featuring Khalid, Rita Ora "Let You Love Me", Robin Schulz's "Headlights", and "Disarm You" for Kaskade (both of which she also provided vocal features).

The Formation World Tour

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"All Night" is part of the set list of The Formation World Tour with the first performance taking place in Miami at the Marlins Park on April 27, 2016.
This act of the show was ended with a performance of "All Night" which Beyoncé stated was her favourite song from her aforementioned new album.

Beyoncé

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"All Night" is a song recorded by American singer Beyoncé for her sixth studio album, Lemonade (2016).

Diplo

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.

R. City

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.

André 3000

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.

Sleepy Brown

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.

Big Boi

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It was written by Diplo, Beyoncé, Henry Allen, Timothy Thomas, Theron Thomas, Ilsey Juber, Akil King, Aman Tekleab, Jaramye Daniels, André Benjamin, Patrick Brown and Antwan Patton.

Reggae

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A reggae-tinged track, "All Night" features "sprinklings" of horns and strings in its instrumentation, while sampling the brass line from Outkast's song "SpottieOttieDopaliscious".

Outkast

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A reggae-tinged track, "All Night" features "sprinklings" of horns and strings in its instrumentation, while sampling the brass line from Outkast's song "SpottieOttieDopaliscious".

Rhythmic contemporary

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The song was sent to rhythmic contemporary radio as the album's fifth single on December 6, 2016.

HBO

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The song's music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, originally aired on HBO.

Entertainment Weekly

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Entertainment Weekly listed "All Night" at number 15 on their list of best songs of the year, with the editor Leah Greenblat commenting "It makes sense that a sweet, tender lullaby of a love song would garner less attention in the immediate wake of Mrs. Carter's firebomb Lemonade revelations, but it would be a shame to miss this low-key stunner, one of the all-time finest odes to a subject pop music hardly ever deigns sexy enough to address: long-term monogamy."

Consequence of Sound

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Consequence of Sound included the song at number 38 on their year-end ranking and USA Today, at number 3.

USA Today

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Consequence of Sound included the song at number 38 on their year-end ranking and USA Today, at number 3.

The Village Voice

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The song would later be voted in Village Voice's Pazz & Jop the 46th best single of 2016.

Billboard (magazine)

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After the release of Lemonade, "All Night" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 38.

Billboard Hot 100

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After the release of Lemonade, "All Night" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 38.

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs

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The song also debuted on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart at number 23.

Jay-Z

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The video features footage from Beyoncé's home movies, including her and Jay Z's wedding day and spending family time with their daughter, Blue Ivy.

Marlins Park

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"All Night" is part of the set list of The Formation World Tour with the first performance taking place in Miami at the Marlins Park on April 27, 2016.