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Beyonce took over the world with an HBCU-inspired Coachella performance (199 hits)

The biggest entertainer in the world just earned herself an honorary degree at every HBCU across the nation overnight.

Beyonce showed up and showed out as the headliner at Coachella in the wee hours of the morning on Sunday using a heavily HBCU band/Divine Nine influenced performance in a powerful way.

The first black woman to ever headline the music festival did so with a full band and backup dancers that look like they would fit right in somewhere in the SWAC or at any other HBCU dance line.

Continued: https://hbcugameday.com/2018/04/15/beyonce-coachella-hbcu-band-inspired/
Posted By: Elynor Moss
Monday, April 16th 2018 at 7:13PM
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