[WATCH] #Beychella: Beyoncé becomes first black woman to headline Coachella
Queen Bey stunned crowds with a nearly two-hour-long performance with favourites such as 'Crazy in Love', 'Sorry', 'Formation' & 'Partition'.
CAPE TOWN – Beyoncé has made history at music festival Coachella, becoming the first black woman to headline the event.
Queen Bey stunned crowds with a nearly two-hour-long performance with favourites such as Crazy in Love, Sorry, Formation & Partition.
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We were not ready! The hashtag #Beychella is trending on social media after her explosive performance.
To all the "why you gotta make it all about race" people. @Beyonce's crest is *literally* symbols of Black power & liberation.— Britni Danielle (@BritniDWrites) April 15, 2018
A nubian queen
A black panther
A Black Power fist
A black bee
And on top, a winged sun w/ the eye of Horus in the middle.
SHE TOLD Y'ALL #Beychella pic.twitter.com/NysJsyyE50
Beyoncé's records today:— Music News Facts (@musicnewsfact) April 15, 2018
• First black woman to headline #Coachella
• Destiny's Child: first girlgroup to perform at #BeyChella
• Bey set the highest live streaming record ever
• Most tweeted about & praised Coachella performance
• Longest Coachella dancing sequence onstage pic.twitter.com/N1Daktm4sD
She shared the stage with her husband, music mogul Jay-Z, sister Solange and former Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
She ended her performance by praising her band and dancers, as well as thanking festival-goers.