In 2016, Beyoncé made a music video for the Black Gospel Music song “Baby Sleep” (a.k.a.
“I Want You”).
This video has been viewed more than 10 million times and has garnered over 1.5 million YouTube views.
It’s not surprising that this video is considered one of the most popular and popular songs of the year.
The song is sung by Baby Ray Jackson (known as Black Ray) as he sleeps in a white house.
The video is shot on a cellphone by Jackson’s friend, rapper and producer Jeezy.
It was shot on location in New York City and featured a crew of dancers and models who performed in a variety of styles.
Jackson’s wife, Jay Z, and the rest of the Black Entertainment Award nominees were all dressed as Baby Ray in the video.
The clip also featured Jay Z performing “Bama” (the official anthem of the United States of America).
While this song is a favorite among fans of Black music, its been covered by some other artists.
Beyoncé’s 2016 song “Formation” (which is also featured on the video) has also been covered widely by Beyoncé and other artists, including Jay Z and Future.
The video has earned the support of celebrities like Wiz Khalifa and Rihanna, who tweeted a video of the song in which they perform the song on stage.
Other artists have also shared their support for the video, including Beyoncé, Future, Macklemore, Chance the Rapper, and Lil Wayne.
The “Baby Ray” video has also spawned a new song: Baby Sleep, by rapper and singer-songwriter Aaliyah.
The song features Aaliya performing “Baby Cry Me A Song,” which is a traditional African-American hymn with lyrics like, “I wanna wake you up with my tears, baby sleep.”
While the video has garnered praise from fans of the music, critics have not been kind.
A music video of a Black girl singing a Black song in a dark and violent environment has been criticized as an example of “appropriation.”
The video has generated a lot of buzz on social media and even earned a Grammy nomination.
It is currently one of four videos to win the 2017 Grammy Awards.