Best Beyoncé and Jay-Z collaboration: 'Crazy in Love' or 'Drunk in Love'? | The Tylt
Best Beyoncé and Jay-Z collaboration: 'Crazy in Love' or 'Drunk in Love'?
"03 Bonnie and Clyde" came out in the fall of 2002, which also hinted at Jay and Bey's relationship. The two collaborated twice on Bey's debut solo album "Dangerously in Love" in 2003. "Crazy in Love" was not only the lead single, but out of the two collaborations on the album—it became a mega hit.
"Crazy in Love" topped the Billboard Hot 100, became the song of the summer in 2003 and one of the biggest songs of 2003 and the 2000s. "Crazy in Love" won Grammys for Best Rap/Song Collaboration and Best R&B Song at the 46th Annual Grammys. Go Jayoncé!
Watch the music video to one of their most iconic hits, "Crazy in Love," below.
"Drunk in Love" debuted at #2 on the Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs before topping the chart. The song also peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. If anything is certain, "Drunk in Love" is Jayoncé's biggest hit together since "Crazy in Love." That hit won Grammys for Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song at the 57th Annual Grammys.
Although, hits like "Upgrade U" and "Déjà Vu" are memorable, "Drunk in Love" became a pop culture phenomena with many references over the years back to the song's themes—recapturing their magic from the "Crazy in Love" era. Did "Drunk in Love" top "Crazy in Love" though?
Watch the music video for one of their most signature hits, "Drunk in Love," below.