(Dirty)” came as a surprise to fans when Beyoncé posted the song on her YouTube page on Saturday and made it available for free download on Tidal.


The singer’s daughter, , also makes an appearance multiple times throughout the politically-charged, New Orleans-set video. It begins with on top of a police car in a flooded street and later cuts to a man holding a newspaper with Martin Luther King Jr.’s face on it with the title “The Truth.” Later on, a young hooded black boy dances in front of a line of SWAT officers before the video cuts to a graffitied wall with the words “stop shooting us” tagged on it.


2/6/2016 by Natalie Stone Natalie Stone