Beyonce Donates 'I Was Here' to Support World Humanitarian Day

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Beyonce is using her music for a good cause.

The 30-year-old Single Ladies songstress has recently donated her track "I Was Here" from her album 4 to support World Humanitarian Day.

Teaming up with the United Nations and other humanitarian aid organisations, Bey has launched a global campaign to promote humanitarian work and encourage the world to get involved by doing something good for others.

The singer has also filmed a special video at the UN General Assembly Hall in New York as a part of the campaign.

When will fans be able to take a peek at this special clip?

On World Humanitarian Day, of course! Bey will debut her custom-made video for "I Was Here" on August 19.

For now, fans can peep the lyrics to the song at DirectLyrics.

"We all see the headlines and we think what can I really do to help? World Humanitarian Day is an opportunity for all of us to work together to make a difference," Beyonce says of the champaign. "This is our time to leave our mark on the world and show that we were here and we care."

Bey also recently launched her campaign website to encourage fans to spread the word.

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  • paul
    paul

    wow sexy

  • guyton
    guyton

    excuse me? who are YOU to say this about one of the amazing and influencial women in the world? LOL, you're an idiot, if she is so full of herself why would she donate her millions to charity and help out whenever she can? you must be blind babes, lawl.. xxx

  • Courtney Puzzo
    Courtney Puzzo

    this woman is full of herself if you have to advertise every humanitarian work you do it degrades the value of it. Nell Newman for example doesn't have to advertise her Philanthroipic work it comes naturally as it was exampled by her parents who are screen legends something Bey wants to be and never will be. Nell's mothers motto is no blesse obligee which litterally means nobility obliges or that the affluent are expected to give to the less fortunate amog us.