Beyonce Drops New Video On 9th Wedding Anniversary
Singer Beyonce Knowles drops new music video in honour of their 9th wedding anniversary.
On Tuesday, April 4, Beyonce dropped an updated version of her 2015 song “Die With You” in honor of her 9th wedding anniversary with Jay Z.
The pop superstar released the song and music video on her husband’s streaming service, Tidal, on Tuesday afternoon without much fuss.
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The original video was released on the couple’s seventh anniversary and showed Beyoncé, 35, playing the piano and singing the emotional ballad while Jay Z, 47, recorded her.
Beyonce’s updated music video includes new scenes of husband Jay Z and Beyonce and their 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
In one highly emotional scene, Blue kisses her mom’s pregnant belly, leaving several blotches of lipstick across her stomach.
Beyonce Drops New Video On Anniversary Day
Beyoncé is said to be expecting twins later this year.
In the video, Beyonce sang:
“‘Cause darling I wake up just to sleep with you / I open my eyes so I could see with you…
“And I live so I can die with you.”
The “Formation” singer croons emotional lines on the track.
Beyonce also released a 63-track playlist titled “IV EVER EVER” on Tidal in honor of the pair’s anniversary.
The songs include Marvin Gaye’s “I Want You,” Stevie Wonder’s “Overjoyed” and Michael Jackson’s “I Can’t Help It.”
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Beyonce, even when pregnant with twins, slays the style scene!
On February 1, 2017, Beyonce announced that she was expecting twins with her husband, Jay Z, with a lingerie-clad Instagram pic showcasing her baby bump.
The pop singer, who donned an Agent Provocateur bra with ruffled Dauphine underwear for the shoot, captioned the pic:
“We would like to share our love and happiness.
“We have been blessed two times over.
“We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes.”
Signed, “The Carters.”