Its lyrics deliver messages of independence and female empowerment.
The song boasts a beat and a bassline similar to those of another Bangladesh 2008 production, "A Milli" by American rapper, Lil Wayne; critics coined "Diva" as a "female companion" to the latter.
Proudly cradling the new born babes in her arms, the singer - channelling a look that can best be described as pre-Raphaelite-goddess-dipped-in-candy-floss - stated ‘Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today’.
It peaked at number 35 in the US, on the Billboard Hot 100 and 40 in the UK.
The song's music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, originally aired on HBO.
If so, the name ‘Sir’ originates from the word ‘King’ or the Catalan word for ‘throne’, which in itself is a reasonably popular and not too outlandish choice based on the ideas of courage and nobility.
As for Rumi, (who most likely also has the surname Carter, although could end up being referred to with a one-word moniker much her mother - this is Beyonce and Jay Z we’re talking about after all) one of the most popular theories is that she has been named after the famous 13th century poet, Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi.
Its production was handled by Beyoncé, Coffer and veteran hip hop record producer Just Blaze.
Upon its release, "Freedom" managed to appear on various music charts.When Beyoncé comes to town, nobody misses the show.This weekend Beyonce's Formation World Tour made a stop in Los Angeles for a star-studded turn out and turn up.Kobe and Vanessa Bryant, Lance and Rebecca Gross, Kerry Washington and her husband Nnamdi Asomugha, Miguel and his fiancé Nazanin Mandi and reality stars Remy Ma and Papoose were all in attendance for the big show.The couples made their way to the stadium to see Beyonce perform some of her biggest hits including songs from her latest album, ."Diva" was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipment of 500,000 copies.