Beyoncé’s 10 Most Influential Songs

4.8.2014

By Stacy Lambe

From 'Crazy in Love' to 'Drunk in Love'

6. "Telephone / Video Phone"

While Beyoncé has worked with several female artists, “Telephone / Video Phone” marked her most significant collaboration to date. Her and Lady Gaga came together on sister tracks from each of their albums. In the world of fighting divas, Bey and Gags proved the two were not above working together. While “Telephone” raced to the top the charts, it was “Video Phone” that served as a message about the future of sexting: We were all going to be sending sexy videos via mobiles one day. Thanks to SnapChat and Vine, we’re practically there. Leave it Bey to predict to the future.

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