You Slay Beyoncé.
One hour into the Grammys, it was clear that the award show needs some saving. ‘Adele’ started off strongly with “Hello” and Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” was itsy bitsy technology fest, but it wasn’t anything notable, and Lukas Graham performance was a snooze fest.
But then came the Queen B, and smashed the entire thing.
Beyonce performance wasn’t very typical Beyonce routine, as everyone knows (and Thank God) Queen B is prego with twins, so this time there wasn’t any acrobatic moves or dancing or dancing with singing but there was a show stealing moment with the gravity-defying chair and awesome lyrical choreography.
Beyonce donned a gorgeous Gold costume, which is inspired by Virgin Mary, Goddess Laxmi, and various others goddess iconography. Her opening speech was about healing and Motherhood.
The singer sang tow songs from her Grammy award winning album “Lemonade” ‘Love Drought’ and ‘Sandcastles’. Both songs showcased a different dimension of singer’s vocal capabilities- both are much softer and vulnerable than what we hear in “Formation”.
Queen B ends her performance saying- “If we’re going to heal, let it be glorious.”
Watch her performance here:
— Wolé II (@Kingwole) February 13, 2017