Beyoncé has made history at music festival Coachella, becoming the first black woman to headline the event.
Queen Bey stunned crowds with a nearly two-hour-long performance with favourites such as Crazy in Love, Sorry, Formation & Partition.
She even earned plaudits from a lot of Nigerians. This is because she paid homage to late Nigerian musician and progenitor of Afrobeats Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Her band played excerpts of abami eda’s song during her act.
She shared the stage with her husband, music mogul Jay-Z, sister Solange and former Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
This was the first time in 12 years that Destiny’s Child performed together onstage.
She ended her performance by praising her band and dancers, as well as thanking festival-goers.