Producer: Dernst "D'Mile" Emile II, JAY-Z, Beyoncé

Beyoncé is on her grown-woman shit on "Boss." It's a phase that many of us had been waiting for her to step into since she first stood out as the leader of Destiny's Child. In the two decades (!!!) since then, Bey has been slowly leveling up on her shit-talking, and she's finally arrived at a place where she's comfortable enough to do it on the regular. One of the obvious frontrunners from Bey and JAY-Z's surprise 2018 joint album Everything Is Love, "Boss" is Beyoncé's song. She has the opening and closing verses, and sings the hook, all effortlessly (JAY just so happens to be there, too). In one of the biggest flexes of the century, she says: "My great-great-grandchildren already rich/ That's a lot of brown chil'ren on your Forbes list." I'm only here for stunting Beyoncé from here on out, thank you. —Kiana Fitzgerald