Beyonce to Perform Song at the United Nations for World Humanitarian Day

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Explore Talent announces new article, "Beyonce to Perform Song at the United Nations for World Humanitarian Day"

Explore Talent announced that a new article has been published to their celebrity news section about Beyonce's upcoming concert at the United Nations for World Humanitarian Day.

The article, titled, "Beyonce to Perform Song at the United Nations for World Humanitarian Day," describes that Beyonce visited the United Nations building in New York yesterday as she plans to conduct a live concert on August 10 for World Humanitarian Day. While there, the smiling megastar, dressed in a white crisp shirt, a slick white and black jacket, and enormous, gold hoop earrings, met and chatted with South Korean leader, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Beyonce is planning a live concert to be held in the United Nations Assembly Hall, where she, along with songwriter Dianne Warren, will shoot a music video for "I was Here." Warren was the first songwriter to have seven hits on the Billboard charts, all by different artists, on the singles chart at the same time. Her songs have been featured in more than 70 films or television shows. "I Was Here" will be released on World Humanitarian Day on August 19th, and all the proceeds will be donated to the cause.

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