Beyoncé shares ‘Hold Up’ video via YouTube on 35th birthday

Song features on singer's visual album 'Lemonade'

Beyonce has uploaded the video for ‘Hold Up’ from her ‘Lemonade’ visual album to YouTube as a standalone clip.

‘Hold Up’ features on ‘Lemonade’ – released in April – and also includes writing credits for Ezra Koenig, Father John Misty and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

‘Lemonade’ was made available exclusively through Tidal on in April after an hour-long HBO special of the same name was broadcast. The TV spectacular was made up of music videos and vignettes set to the new songs.


To mark her 35th birthday on Sunday (September 4), Beyoncé has shared ‘Hold Up’ via YouTube. Watch below.

Last weekend, Beyoncé took home eight awards at the MTV VMAs including ‘Video of the Year’ and ‘Best Pop Video’ for ‘Formation’.

Beyoncé performed a medley of songs from ‘Lemonade’, starting with ‘Pray You Catch Me’, followed by ‘Hold Up’ and her hit single ‘Formation’, which received six awards alone.