Beyoncé Brings Out Destiny’s Child, Jay-Z and Solange During Historic, Cultural Coachella Set

One thing Beyoncé did at Coachella last night: THAT. The Queen came to Coachella, now officially known as Beychella, and shut it down.

Her two-hour set featured a marching band, seamless transitions, flawless dance routines, a reunion with Destiny’s Child, a taste of the On The Run II tour, her sister Solange and all the Black culture one could ask for.

Beyoncé gave us a homecoming, second line and a visible experience of HBCU culture. She sang the Negro National Anthem “Lift Every Voice and Sing” and danced to the Black spiritual “Swag Surfin’.” Sis even paid homage to Black Greek life, held set and a probate.

Beyoncé made history as the first Black woman to ever headline the festival, and her performance was definitely historic.

Relive some of your favorite moments below:

Beyoncé Reuniting with Destiny’s Child

Beyoncé and Her Sister Solange Cutting Up

Beyoncé Performing with Jay-Z

Beyoncé Singing The Negro National Anthem

Beyoncé Swag Surfin’

Talk about a performer! She’s baffling!

Thank you Beyoncé for a phenomenal and epic performance! #BeychellaForever


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Bryant Lydell

Bryant Lydell is creative, personable and quick-witted Howard and USC alum. He's the founder of The Top Tea, a songwriter, screenwriter and member of the casting team for Netflix's NAACP Image Award-winning hip-hop competition series Rhythm + Flow.

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