It seems as if Beyonce is loved all over the world and truly is a Queen B, but sometimes she needs an extra reminder of exactly who she is. In her new spread with GQ, Bey opens up about how she keeps a certain temperature controlled room-size fault full of some pretty interesting things. Inside the vault and during the interview, we see a whole side of Beyonce that many of us didn’t even know existed. Some of the interview and intimate info is said to be shown during her HBO documentary, which is due out next month. Find out what it is that Bey keeps in her vault below.

Julie A.

Bey’s vault is a temperature-controlled digital-storage facility that serves as an archive of all things Beyonce. Inside the vault is every, single photograph that has ever been published, the very first pictures of Destiny’s Child, every single interview she has ever done, a video of every show she has ever done as well as all of her performances, and her video diary. During one diary entry, Bey shows us a side that very few people knows she has, a weak side. She said she needed to stop running from her fears going on to tell herself, “Stop pretending that I have it all together. If I’m scared, be scared, allow it, release it, move on. I think I need to go listen to ‘Make Love to Me’ and make love to my husband.”

Not only does she have this vault, she also has had a video director follow her around since 2005 to record her for about 16 hours per day, she spends hours and hours studying her performances to learn how she can improve them.