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Video: Beyonce Previews New Song 'Grown Woman' in Pepsi 'Mirror' Ad

April 4, 2013 (3:26 pm) GMT
The Queen Bey sees her evolution and most signature dance routines throughout her career in the industry before introducing a fresh, never-before-seen dance routine as she Lives For Now.
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Another new single is on the way, following her previous track "Bow Down/I Been On". Called "Grown Woman", the first official offering off her next studio installment is teased in a new commercial for Pepsi, the soft drink the Queen Bey is currently endorsing, before it's unveiled in its entirety next Monday, April 8. It's produced by .

True to the title of the fresh tune, the Pepsi ad features the member facing the mirror and seeing her transform into the woman she is today. Not only does it see her during her 10-year solo career in the industry which includes her "Crazy In Love" era with and her Sasha Fierce but also from her DC days.

She sings, "They like the way I walk cause I walk with a vengeance/ And you listen to me when I talk cause I ainít pretendin'/ Took awhile now I understand just where Iím going/ I know the world and I know who I am 'bout time I show it/ And I'm moving down like that when I do it/ I could be bad if I want / I can go slow all night long / Iím a grown woman."

"Embrace your past, but live for now," so she says.



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