Beyoncé and Solange's Albums Get The Houston 'Chopped, Not Slopped' Treatment

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Lemonade and A Seat at the Table received a good ol' Southern remix.

Believe it or not, it's been an entire year since Beyoncé blessed the world with her highly empowering single, "Formation." Soon after, she dropped Lemonade and months later, her sister Solange shared her vocal prowess on A Seat at the Table. Now, in the spirit of good music, Houston-based DJ group The Chopstars have put out a "chopped, not slopped" rendition of both albums.

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For those of you who don't know, the chopped and screwed technique has deep roots in the Knowles sisters' hometown of Houston. Created by DJs, it essentially slows down and cuts records to a remixed flow.

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Beyoncé—who's pregnant with twins—is scheduled to perform at the Grammys this Sunday (Feb. 12), where she's nominated for nine awards. Solange is also nominated for Best R&B Performance for "Cranes in the Sky."

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