As expected, Beyoncé's set was electrifying and filled with odes to various aspects of black music, history and culture. In classic Queen Bey style, she then sang "Run the World (Girls)". Check out the clip below. It was the first appearance for the group since 2015, notes the BBC, and Bey wasn't done there.
While Beyoncé is a powerful performer by herself, a little back-up never hurt anyone. She didn't have to come out to "Life Every Voice and Sing" or dish out the HBCU vibes, but she damn sure did.
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Of course, the internet has been ablaze all morning with folks trying to figure out how to enroll at Beyoncé's #HBeyCU and candid reactions to how amazingly black and proud #BeyChella was.
Page Six has learned that the superstar's publicist sent out an e-mail to news outlets Friday asking them not to publish fans' pictures of her hotly anticipated performance at Coachella-and to stick with the approved shots of Saturday's show instead.
While she opened with her mega-hit "Crazy in Love", fans lost it when Jay-Z joined her on stage to perform "Déjà Vu".