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"Single Ladies" was placed at number two on MTV News' list of The Best Songs of 2008; James Montgomery called it "hyperactive and supercharged in ways I never thought possible.
It's epic and sexy and even a bit sad." Sarah Rodman, writing for The Boston Globe, named "Single Ladies" the fourth most irresistible song of the decade, and stated, "[Beyoncé] combined leotards with crass engagement-bling baiting into one delicious sexy-yet-antiquated package.
Beyoncé has performed "Single Ladies" on television and during her concert tours.
The song and particularly its music video have been widely parodied and imitated.
In the video for "Single Ladies", emphasis is laid on Beyoncé's more aggressive and sensual side, her alter ego Sasha Fierce.
The video had the whole world dancing and waving along via You Tube." Jody Rosen of The New Yorker credited the melodies that float and dart over the thump for creating a new sound in music that didn't exist in the world before Beyoncé.
He further wrote, "If they sound 'normal' now, it's because Beyoncé, and her many followers, have retrained our ears." "If I Were a Boy" charted at number three on the Hot 100 chart the same week, and thus Beyoncé became the seventh female in the US to have two songs in the top five positions of that particular chart.
Several news media sources named it as one of the best songs of 2008, while some considered it one of the best songs of the decade.
It topped the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and has been certified quadruple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), with more than 5 million paid digital downloads.
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A black-and-white music video accompanied the single's release.