I finally watched Beyoncé’s Homecoming documentary and baby *in my New Orleans accent* I wanted to be back at Coachella again or should I say Beychella because she definitely took over Coachella last year. I’ve seen it three times in this last week and I still get the same chills watching it on Netflix that I got watching it live in person. That lady is amazing to watch.

Beyoncé is so fly, and possesses so much sass and grace. I love that she is a women who knows what she wants and is meticulous about executing her vision. The documentary is about the process of how she made history as the first Black artist to ever headline Coachella, with might I add an all black cast of over 200 people. It goes behind the scenes and shows what went into the unforgettable performance she gave showcasing Black culture.

Never underestimate Beyoncé.

The whole battle of the bands concept was straight fire. She is Black, she is proud, she is talented and whether you like it or not she’s going to give you black girl magic! Beyoncé does not play when it comes to her culture and her standards. From her vocals to her wardrobe-the vibe, the swag is impeccable. Every single person that was on that stage was hand picked by Beyoncé to help create a authentic HBCU vibe and tell a story. The story of a Black woman that refuses to be boxed in. She is mom goals af.

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