BEYknownst to all, Yonce owns Coachella with the ultimate HBCU halftime experience




In true Queen Bey fashion, she was a bow above the rest with her flawless 2-hour college-themed performance, delivering on 5 diva-esque wardrobe changes (nail lacquer included). She took to the bleachers as the first African-American woman to headline the festival, fulfilling destiny with a highly-anticipated reunion with former group-mates, a bodied sister-slay, and the “Uh Oh” that started it all.

With on-pointe majorettes in tow and the marching band to match, she gave an unwavering HBCU halftime show that prompted a cultural conversation the masses openly enjoyed. From the step-show to the full-fledged probate to the Black National Anthem, this homage to historically black colleges and universities included actual elements of campus life and packed a powerful message: black excellence prevails and these institutions matter. Now with that being said, maybe HBCUs will get more financial and emotional support.

#Beychella #HBEYCU


The Fashion Breakdown:

Balmain came to slay with 5 festive looks we were dangerously in love with.


Bow-Down Demure



Bumble Bey



Camo Couture



School Slays



A Soldier Sashay 



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Yonce reigns as the Queen of Coachella and the festival will never be the same. 



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