Beyoncé’s history making Coachella performance


Everyone just cannot stop talking about Beyoncé’s 2018 Coachella legendary performance or should I call it Beychella.

On Saturday night, Houston’s own, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, became the first black woman to headline Coachella.
Beyoncé brought out several special guests such as her husband, Jay Z, Destiny Child members Kelly and Michelle, Her sister, Solange, and her past dancers Les Twins.

Not only did Bey bring out special guest she also performed alongside with an HBCU marching band a collection of HBCU band alumni and maybe current members as well as professional performers, covered Nina Simone’s “Lilac Wine,” and sang the black national anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

Just when we though Queen Bey was finished she also announced, on Monday that her Bey GOOD Initiative would be funding four $25,000 scholarships at HBCUs, known as the Homecoming Scholars Award Program.

Myion Chatman

My name is Myion Chatman. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas, where I attend Worthing High School. I am ambitious, reliable, thoughtful, caring and sometimes a shy person. I am very determined and focused when it comes to my task or goal. Over the years, I’ve striven to become a better person by using everything the world has to offer.

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