RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 13: Singer Beyonce performs on stage during a concert in the Rock in Rio Festival on Septe
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We know Beyoncé's got a thing for the number 4, and she's working her favorite number into some major news—or at least some major dates for Beyoncé fans. 

Beyoncé announced on November 4 that she'll be dropping a deluxe Beyoncé Platinum Edition box set on November 24, which will not only feature tons of live footage from her time on the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour but her self-titled visual album in its entirety and two new tracks and four new remixes featuring some serious star power.

Fans can finally get their hands on hard copies of the "Flawlessremix featuring Nicki Minaj, "Drunk in Love" remix with Jay Z and Kanye West, "Blow" remix with Pharrell and "Standing on the Sun" remix with Mr. Vegas, with the two new songs "7/11" and "Ring Off" rounding out the CD accompanying Beyoncé.

In addition to the intense productions of Beyoncé we already know and love like "Partition," "Pretty Hurts" and "Drunk in Love," the live DVDs will include videos of ten Mrs. Carter Show World Tour performances, with "Run the World (Girls)," "***Flawless," "Get Me Bodied," a live cut of "Drunk in Love" and more. 

As if the vids and the music weren't enough to have any member of the Beyhive squealing with joy, a mini version of the 2015 Beyoncé calendar is thrown into the box set, too. Between the videos, the hot-off-the-presses tracks, the mega remixes and the visuals, the Beyoncé box set is the cherry on top of a year of global domination for Beyoncé—and it seems like this is just a precursor for bigger, bolder things to come in 2015.