Beyonce Knowles releases her award-winning music video on the biggest video-sharing platform, ultimately giving access to her non-Tidal fans.
Beyonce Knowles marks her 35th birthday by releasing her “Hold Up” music video on YouTube. The video was originally a Tidal exclusive after airing on HBO special back in April, but the Queen Bey now makes it available for public’s viewing pleasure.
“Hold Up” is a “Lemonade” standout. A part of her one-hour visual album, the video begins with Beyonce floating and showing off whimsical moves under the water. The R&B diva is later seen destroying cars and security cameras.
She recreated the angry scene at the MTV Video Music Awards by swinging a baseball bat into a camera during her live performance. The video earned her Best Female Video at the event, beating Adele’s “Hello”, Ariana Grande’s “Into You”, Rihanna’s “Work” and Sia Furler’s “Cheap Thrills”.