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Listen To Part Of Coldplay's New Song Featuring Beyoncé And Blue Ivy

"Everyone who got asked to sing on our album has an important part in our lives."

Remember when you were three years old and casually sang backup vocals for Coldplay? Well, Blue Ivy Carter is barely out of diapers and is already killing the game. 

Coldplay released 15-second snippets of each song from their new album, "A Head Full Of Dreams," on Instagram Tuesday. Beyoncé and her little one are featured on "Hymn for the Weekend," a song frontman Chris Martin says was inspired by club music. 

Take a listen below:

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“The original kernel was that I was listening to Flo Rida or something, and I thought, it’s such a shame that Coldplay could never have one of those late-night club songs, like 'Turn Down for What,'" Martin told The Wall Street Journal.

Blue Ivy, along with Martin's own children -- Apple and Moses -- lend vocals to the choir section of "Hymn for the Weekend." Martin had a specific vision in mind when choosing who would have a guest vocal on the album. 

“Everyone who got asked to sing on our album has an important part in our lives,” he said. "The 'choir' started with my two kids coming in after school and recording. We recorded Blue Ivy Carter in New York when her mom Beyoncé was in the studio."

"Head Full of Dreams" will be released in time for the holidays on Dec. 4. 

 

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