Filmed at the U.N. General Assembly in New York earlier this month, Beyoncé's "I Was Here" music video, which was unveiled on Saturday, mixes performance footage from a unique Bey day with striking images of global volunteer efforts.
Standing front and center in a sparkling white gown, Beyoncé performs the inspirational "4" cut to screaming fans on World Humanitarian Day, as a giant screen behind her displays globe-reaching graphics that morph into pictures of humanitarian triumph.
Directed by Kenzo Digital and Sophie Muller, the music video ends with the question "What Will You Do?" and offers a website in which fans can leave a mark. After giving birth to her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, in January, Beyoncé returned to the stage for a string of performances in Atlantic City last May. "I Was Here" is the latest cut from her Billboard 200-topping fourth album "4" to receive a music video, following "Run the World (Girls)," "Best Thing I Never Had," "Love on Top," "Party," "Countdown" and "1+1."
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