Updated 04:25 PM EST, Wed, Nov 25, 2020

Beyonce 'Formation' New MV Features 4-Year-Old Daughter Blue Ivy

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Prior to her Super Bowl appearance, pop diva Beyonce made a surprise release of a new single called "Formation," the music video of which featured her 4-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.

Vanity Fair noted that the track was made available for exclusive download on Tidal, the streaming service of her husband Jay Z.

It noted that the music video of the song (shown below) also features the beautiful Blue Ivy, who was seen eating a white dress.

According to Daily Mail, the song and the video seemed to be a very special one since Beyonce's charming little daughter appeared on it along with other friends who also wore angelic dresses.

On the other hand, Pop Sugar said Blue Ivy also showcased some serious looks while ran around with some of the girls in the video.

It also said that her cuteness cannot be denied in the new music release.

Daily Mail, meanwhile, noted that the singer appeared on the video wearing a bodysuit that revealed her cleavage and sexy curves.

It was also observed that Beyonce also sported new fashion trends from designers such as Rosie Assoulin, Chanel and Zimmermann. One of the most eye-catching was her pair of red Gucci blouse and skirt which was reportedly taken from the Spring 2016 collections.

Aside from her fashion statement and Blue Ivy's appearance, Vanity Fair said the video also shows a police car submerged in water with the graffiti message that read "Stop Shooting Us."

In a commentary on the video, The New York Times said "Formation" touched on police cruelty, black financial power and even Hurricane Katrina.

New York Times pop music critic Jon Caramanica shared that the timing of the release of the song and the video was "meticulous" since she is set to perform the same piece a day after at the half time show of the Super Bowl.

"She's in scenes that suggest a fantastical post-Katrina hellscape, but radically rewritten. She straddles a New Orleans police cruiser, which eventually gets submerged (with her atop it). And at the end of the clip, a line of riot-gear-clad police officers surrender, hands raised, to a dancing black child in a hoodie," explained Caramanica.

He noted that it was done with a high level of creativity and artistry that sends a message of a political movement.

Because of the meaning of the video, Tampa Bay said that it could certainly be the leader for the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

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