Beyoncé has unveiled the cover art for her new single Run The World (Girls) (below) and released a 15-second teaser of the hotly anticipated new clip.

The track, which fans originally assumed was produced by Diplo, is actually the handiwork of his colleague Switch, with additional production by Shea Taylor and the multi-talented diva herself.

It continues to divide music critics but, love it or hate it, Girls is the most talked about song of 2011 and has been rushed to iTunes a week early to meet demand.

As such, the cover looks a bit rushed.

The photo was taken on set of the music video and depicts Beyoncé looking typically fierce in long black boots and gloves.

She also found the time to put together a teaser of the video called Revolution.

Directed by Francis Lawrence, the man behind Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance, the preview shows the 16 time Grammy winner riding a black stallion in an all white outfit.

Bey’s girl power anthem hits iTunes tomorrow.

Check out the glamorous clip below and brace yourself for the return of Queen B.

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