Beyonce is all set to make her mark on World Humanitarian Day, coming up August 19.
Bey was spotted on Thursday chatting with Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at the United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York City, where she performed her song "I Was Here" on Friday for a live audience.
The footage will be turned into a music video, which will be released as part of the recently announced "I Was Here" global campaign.
Bey revealed earlier this month that she was partnering with the United Nations and aid organizations to shine a light on humanitarian work around the world. In a video about the "I Was Here" campaign, Beyonce invites fans to support the effort by going online and pledging to "do one thing for another human being; nothing is too small."
Beyonce and songwriter Diane Warren have donated the "I Was Here" single and music video to the World Humanitarian Day campaign, which honors 22 humanitarian workers who were killed in a 2003 terrorist attack in Iraq. All proceeds will go to helping humanitarian aid groups.
B reportedly said from the stage on Friday, "It's such a beautiful, beautiful day, and I'd like to honor the 22 people who lost their lives. God bless you all."
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