- Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has shared some new footage from her childhood for her Ivy Park campaign
- The R&B singer and Grammy winner wants to show her loyal fans that "impossible is nothing"
- Social media users reacted to Beyoncé's latest video and are excited about the new line of clothing
Fans love getting an inside look at Beyoncé's upbringing and the R&B star has shared some new footage from her childhood. Queen B is launching a new campaign for her Ivy Park line and the slogan for the campaign is "Impossible is nothing."
Taking to Instagram, Beyoncé posted a video showing how she started her career as a singer at a young age. The footage has been narrated and speaks about how the star didn't recognise any limits when she started out.
Check out the video below:
Not only does the video show how Beyoncé started out in her career but the footage also shows how she encourages others not to give up on their dreams.
Beyoncé is always happy to inspire others and this campaign is a chance for her to do so once again. Check out the reactions from social media below:
"My God, I thought that was Blue Ivy in the beginning."
"I love you from the bottom of my heart B."
"I'm not crying, you are! So here for giving our Queen her flowers."
"Beyoncé I swear to God! Girl, my bank account is ready."
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News previously reported that Jay-Z spoke in a rare interview. Jay-Z is one of the most successful rappers in the world. The billionaire musician-turned-businessman rarely speaks to the media.
In a recent interview, Beyoncé's hubby opened up about race, social media and how he hopes to be remembered. XXL magazine reports that the superstar spoke to the Sunday Times recently. The article was published on Sunday, 25 April.
During the sit-down and in promotion of Jay's collaboration with Puma, he touched on a number of important topics, including race relations in the US. Jigga agreed that the climate of race in the country was "frustrating".
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