Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Beyoncé Slayed Coachella With Help From Destiny's Child & Jay-Z

Beyoncé Slayed Coachella With Help From Destiny's Child & Jay-Z

Apart from reuniting her girl group Destiny's Child and dishing out incredible dance routines, Beyonce, by virtue of her performance, became the first black woman to headline the annual festival. It had initially been planned for last year's festival but was called off due to the artist's second pregnancy. Naturally, she did so in true Beyoncé style-and with an epic surprise in store for the audience. She even performed "Lift Every Voice and Sing", known as the national black anthem.

The trio began their shocking performance with their 2004 hit Lose My Breath, followed by Say My Name and Soldier.

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BBC reports that there have been speculations that Destiny's Child would perform for this year's festival months before the show.But band member Kelly Rowland had dismissed them, telling People magazine in December: "I have no idea about any of that".

"I am speechless. That performance made me burst into tears and sent shivers down my spine". Especially the Destiny's child reunion. Thank you for inspiring so many and for lifting each other up.

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For those who are unable to obtain tickets for the real thing but would love to hear her music live, be heartened as the Beyoncé Tribute Tour is now playing in different venues in Spain with its next stop Alicante City on April 21.

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