Beyoncé Documents Her Road to Superstardom in New Ivy Park Campaign | Billboard News

Right on the heels of celebrating the fifth anniversary of her iconic visual release, 'Lemonade,' Beyoncé just dropped a new one-minute Ivy Park campaign that follows her rise from precocious child to worldwide superstar.

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- When she was finding her voice, she didn't see limits.

- The winner is Beyoncé Knowles, female pop vocalist.

JORDYN ROLLING: Right on the heels of celebrating the fifth anniversary of her iconic visual release "Lemonade," Beyoncé just dropped a new one-minute Ivy Park campaign that follows her rise from precocious child to worldwide superstar. The "Impossible is Nothing" ad kicks off with home footage of a young B in Houston-- playing on the front steps, racing a friend, and performing in the living room-- before the narrative fast forwards to the singer's formative years, finding her voice and groove as a teen on the rise. The clip then ends with a confident little girl crooning "Lemonade" standout "All Night."

- (SINGING) All night long.

JORDYN ROLLING: As part of the campaign, on their website, Adidas also spotlights other so-called rebellious optimists from around the world driven by action to shape a better future together. To stay caught up with Beyoncé, plus all of your favorite artists, keep it locked on Billboard.com. For Billboard news, I'm Jordyn Rolling.

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