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All 10 Songs Beyoncé Sampled on 'Lemonade': Listen Here

From classic rock titans to indie darlings, Bey's new surprise album is a must-hear listen from just the tunes it samples. Get to the know the songs she reinterpreted

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs, "Maps"

In case you haven't heard it yet, listen to Beyoncé's Lemonade album right here. But if you have heard and you're wondering what makes up these songs, here is a full list of its fascinating samples that includes everything from OutKast to a recording from a jail inmate. 

Where: The YYY's heartbreaking tune is sampled on album track No. 2, "Hold Up."

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Andy Williams, "Can't Get Used to Losing You"

Where: The beat of this 1963 single is also reinterpolated on "Hold Up." 

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Soulja Boy Tell'em, "Turn My Swag On"

Where: Soulja Boy's 2009 single is also interpolated on "Hold Up."

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Led Zeppelin, "When the Levee Breaks"

Where: You can hear the iconic rock band's 1971 song on the Jack White-featuring "Don't Hurt Yourself."

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Animal Collective, "My Girls"

Where: The critical darling's 2009 single is found within the composition "6 Inch," which features The Weeknd.

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Isaac Hayes, "Walk on By"

Where: Hayes' version of the song, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and originally recorded a hit for Dionne Warwick in 1964, also appears on "6 Inch." 

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Kaleidoscope, "Let Me Try"

Where: The psychedelic folk band's song appears within the Kendrick Lamar-featuring "Freedom."

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Reverend R. C. Crenshaw, "Collection Speech / Unidentified Lining Hymn"

Where: The moving piece is also featured on "Freedom." 

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Prisoner "22," "Stewball"

Where: This historical recording is credited to Prisoner "22" at Mississippi State Penitentiary, and also is sampled on "Freedom."

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Outkast, "SpottieOttieDopaliscious"

Where: The horns from the classic tune, off the duo's 1998 album Aquemini, can be heard on "All Night."

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