With the worldwide release of Beyonce‘s 4th solo album 4 on monday, the R & B diva is on a media blitz. Last night in she took over stateside TV with her mini documentary “Beyonce: Year of 4″. The documentary gives fans a peak into her life behind the scenes while creating her new album “4.”
She explained the story behind the “Run The World (Girls)” choreography which featured Mozambican dancers Tofo Tofo, and how they made her cry when they left the set of the video.
Why she cried when “Tofo Tofo” left the set
I could completely identify with the amount of love and passion that those guys felt when they were walking away from the set. It made me feel like I was 15 years-old again on my first video set. I didn’t want to go home and I saw them not wanting to go home and I remember that moment trying to get that last look of the set and kind of digested what I was walking away from and just being torn because I never wanted to leave.
Forget all of the record sells; forget all the trying to compete or trying to out-do yourself. You should be doing it just because you love it. That’s what those young guys had and that’s what I always want to have. I never want to lose that.
Watch the video after the jump