Blue Ivy Carter Talks & Sings 'Hold on to Me' in New Beyonce VIDEO on Album; PHOTOS [WATCH]
Beyonce dropped her latest album midnight Friday and it features an appearance by her daughter, Blue Ivy.
The album, which includes 14 new songs and 17 music videos, has collaborations with other artists like Jay-Z, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Pharell Williams, Drake, the Dream, Sia, Ryan Tedder, Frank Ocean and Hit Boy.
But one of the most talked about songs/ video is the one with the almost two-year-old Blue Ivy, who gives a few cameos and even talks at the end.
The song, 'Blue' revolves around the singer gushing about motherhood and love for her daughter.
"Sometimes these walls seem to cave in on me, but when I look in your eyes, I feel alive. Somedays we say words that don't mean a thing, but when you're holding me tight, I feel alive," she sings. "Make it last forever, come on baby won't you hold onto me, hold onto me/You and I together, come on baby won't you hold onto me, hold onto me"
In the video which also accompanies the song, Beyonce is seen in what it looks like Brazil carrying around Blue Ivy. She picks up the toddler, swings her around and kisses her. At the end, Blue is heard laughing and saying, Hold on to me, hold on to me...Mommy, mommy, mommy."
In an announcement to fans about the album, Beyonce said she wanted this new project to be different and not like the rest of her previous albums.
"I didn't want to release my music the way I've done it. I am bored with that. I feel like I am able to speak directly to my fans. There's so much that gets between the music, the artist and the fans," she said.
The full album is available for purchase on Itunes.