changed became the game overnight with her oops, pow, surprise album release. Her self-titled fifth album isn't just any old release (that's quite evident), instead being billed as a "visual album" and containing videos for each of the 14 songs on BEYONCÉ but also three additional tracks bringing the music video total to 17. In the event you're on the fence about plunking down your hard earned $15.99 to purchase the visual album from iTunes, leave it to Bey to entice us to do just that with 30-second previews of each song's music video on her YouTube page. Each clip is a standalone visual and the videos were filmed around the world and directed by auteurs such as Hype Williams, Jake Nava, Melina Matsoukas, Jonas Akerlund and Pierre Debusschere. Beyoncé rocks a myriad of looks and fashion and looks phenomenal whether she's turning up or slowing it down. It's a family affair in a few of the videos with Bey being joined by hubby Jay Z in the lovey dovey "Drunk In Love" and the super sexy "Partition," baby girl Blue Ivy in "Blue" and mother Tina Knowles in "Grown Woman." These video snippets are great appetizers, but they're just going to make you hungry for Beyoncé's 17-course meal. Preview the videos right here, and if you decide that you want to make the investment to own this collection of her music videos for yourself, then iTunes is only a click away.