The singer posted a new video to her I Am Beyoncé Tumblr page, and in signature Queen B style she uploaded the YouTube video without much explanation, captioning the clip "The Mrs. Carter Show, Bey Good."
In the video, the superstar interacts with a variety of her fans of different race, shapes, sizes and gender, promoting a message of love and acceptance while her hit song "Love On Top" blasts in the background.
"She motivates us to be good," one fan says as another chimes in, "All united, different races, different people."
The pop star is also seen interacting with fans with an illness or disability, as Queen Bey's presence brings a beaming smile to their inspirational faces.
Jay-Z's missus was recently interviewed by the adorable Kid President in honor of World Humanitarian Day, and the 31-year-old performer opened up about why the do-gooding day is important for us all to remember.
"It's so admirable, the people around the world who dedicate their lives to other people," she said. "And I think it's so important for us to take some time and be unselfish and have compassion because we really can impact the world."