i’m not a new school beyonce fan.
i’ve followed her in destiny’s child and her solo career.
i have bought almost every album,
and have tuned into every performance.
i begged to buy “the writings on the wall”,
which is my favorite dc album.
i still remember getting it from tower records.
it came with the “bills bills bills” remix with sporty theivs.
she might have made me say “sit down b” a few times,
and the hive can be a tad insufferable,
but i’ve been with her since army fatigue and much music.
well last night during her coachella performance…
that was the moment i knew she had become a legend
after giving birth to 3 cubs,
and dealing with a philandering husband,
she didn’t miss a beat.
her vocals were as crisp and clear as ever.
not only that,
she used HBCU culture with everything “black” to back her.
she used nina simone in one of her performances.
i was shook.
now i was hoping she would have brought out dc4 but…
…i guess dc3 handled it just as well.
i’m proud of her tho.
i might not be a rabid stan like the rest,
but that doesn’t mean i don’t rock with her.she has always taught me to stay focused on my craft.
she makes me want to be great.
a living legend in my own right.
i have always admire her work ethic.
beyonce is pretty much a legend of our generation:
…and i’m happy i’ve gotten to witness the journey in this lifetime.
as far as them saying she is a greatest entertainer over michael jackson:
i know they’re on a high since 3am…
…but i’ll need them to stop smoking crack.
lowkey: why do they do this?
why do they compare b to everyone?