Beyoncé isn’t a sloppy drinker: On “Drunk in Love,” from her self-titled fifth studio album, she imbibes the beat slowly and with a measured sultriness. The new club-rumbler is yet another collaboration with hubby Jay Z on which Beyoncé takes a sip from her golden chalice and sings about the intoxicating love she’s got for her beau. 808s (paired with finger snaps) knock under the suggestive lyrics — Bey points out that she’s “filthy when that liquor get into me” — making “Drunk in Love” more of a Southern hip-hop song than an R&B track. She even tosses out a few rap lines herself before Jay, taking a swig or two of his D’Usse cognac, quips that their “foreplay in the foyer” damaged his Warhol painting. Jay and Bey may be a little tipsy on their latest pairing, but “Drunk in Love” is better for it.