Beyoncé continues to release her "Self-Titled" documentary on her YouTube channel. In part five, she talks about the changes she has experienced since she began making music, and how that growth has entered into her music this go-around. She talked about one of the standout songs of her recently-released self-titled album, "Rocket," which she co-wrote with Justin Timberlake and Miguel.

After listening to the recording, Timberlake said, “There’s something wrong with you." Beyoncé said that the song came from the confidence she has gained through age. “I kinda dropped that fourth wall and I did it,” she says.

Several other collaborators and producers offer their insight during this five minute video clip, including Boots and Pharrell. Speaking to Beyoncé during a session, Pharrell said, “You set women free. I’m trying to tell you, that record is a phenomenon.”

[via Rap-Up]

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