In the short preview of the song's video, the mother-daughter duo don white dresses as they stroll along a sandy walkway toward the beach.
She was only days old when she first debuted her vocals alongside dad Jay Z, but a slightly older Blue Ivy is now collaborating with her mom. While Beyoncé is taking the industry by storm with the surprise release of her album, her 23-month-old daughter is creating her own buzz as a featured artist on the singer’s aptly-titled track, “Blue.”
During the sweet song, the songstress croons, “It could last forever, come on baby, won’t you hold on to me.” And at the end, you hear Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s toddler adorably talking and giggling. Talk about music to her mama’s ears!
The pint-size hip hop princess even makes an appearance in the tropical-themed music video, which was said to be shot in Rio de Janeiro.
Courtesy Beyoncé; Inset: Courtesy Columbia Records
In the short preview, the mother-daughter duo don white dresses as they stroll along a sandy walkway toward the beach.
It looks like Blue has given her parents plenty of musical inspiration: Beyoncé’s “God Made You Beautiful” is also a touching tribute to her little girl.
— Anya Leon