Beyonce Has A Revelation About Fame, Reality, Death And Love In ‘Yours And Mine’

One year ago tomorrow (Dec. 13), Beyonce Knowles-Carter broke the entire internet. When she released self-titled visual album, BEYONCÉ, it felt like the world stood still to take in a new side of the BeyHive’s fearless leader. On the album, which featured 14 songs and 18 videos, she relished in her sexuality and opened up on more intimate subject matter like motherhood, feminism and post-maternity marital problems.

To celebrate such a pivotal moment in her career and the one year anniversary, Beyonce and Parkwood Entertainment have released “Yours And Mine.” The retrospective short film is essentially a montage of scenes and outtakes from the many videos that made up her album, but what garners all the attention is Bey’s commentary throughout.

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Similarly to her 2012 documentary Life Is But a Dream, Mrs. Carter talked us through mental breakthroughs she had on life’s journey. She discusses how much her personal life has changed due to fame, how remarkable life, death and the human body are, embracing humanism, and the importance of sharing your life with loved ones. Watch the full video up top.