Beyoncé and Toyota released a commercial for their new 2014 campaign "Get Going", inspiring all to make their own dreams happen.
Beyoncé's stylist Ty Hunter tweeted a new commercial today featuring the Queen Bey herself, promoting the campaign for Japanese car Toyota. Beyoncé, who is shown at various ages working hard to make her dreams come true, is seen onstage and in the studio just before various models drive off into the sunset. Though car sponsorships are a bit out of her lane, usually partnering with L'Oreal or most recently Lifetime, the commercial is an inspiring peek into the power of hard work.
"I had a choice to stand still or to move forward. To let things happen or to make things happen," Beyoncé says as the commercial begins, while her new single XO plays in the background.
Similar to her highly successful Pepsi commercial in 2013, snippets of what it was like to grow up in the Queen Bey's shoes are portrayed through different actresses to give a fans a glimpse of what she was like during earlier stages of her life. The younger Beys are shown in a beginner ballet class, on the bus writing lyrics, and even on a basketball court prepping for a performance before the Grown Woman makes an appearance.
The 30 second commercial, which also features an appearance from super producer The Dream, ends with a passionate Beyoncé saying, "Every day I wake up, I make a choice not to let the world decide for me. I decide for me."
The ad seems to be airing internationally at this moment, which is perfect as Beyonce, Jay Z and baby Blue Ivy are spending quality time together overseas while the singer completes the global leg of her Mrs Carter Show World Tour.
Watch the full video, below.