Beyoncé - Suga Mama

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Music video by Beyoncé performing Suga Mama. (C) 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT. 

"Suga Mama" is a song performed by American R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles for her second studio album, B'Day (2006). It was written by Knowles, Rich Harrison, and Makeba Riddick, and produced by Harrison and Knowles. "Suga Mama" is influenced by 1970s funk and contains limited elements of 1980s go-go. The song also derives genres from R&B as well as soul, while sampling Jake Wade and the Soul Searchers' song "Searching for Soul", written by Chuck Middleton. Lyrically, the "Suga Mama" features the female protagonist willing to pay large sums of money to keep her love interest contented.

It was generally well received by music critics, who often noted it as one of the highlights from B'Day and complimented Harrison's production. However there was some limited criticism of Knowles vocal work on the song. Though not released as a single, "Suga Mama" had a music video filmed black-and-white, and directed by Melina Matsoukas and Knowles, for the B'Day Anthology Video Album. The video received a limited release to British music TV channels. The song has also featured on the setlists of Knowles' last two world tours, The Beyoncé Experience (2007) and I Am... World Tour (2010), and their accompanying live albums.

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Artist: Beyoncé
Video title: Suga Mama

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Category: R'n'B, Soul, Funk
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