This is music? Skip ahead to a little bit before the end to see the relevant part, the rest is just an ode to herself and how wonderful she is. It’s so hard living in the evil racist U.S. that has made her rich beyond her wildest dreams. Bey also has a reference to Moorish people with a guy in a red fez (if you don’t know who they are look up Moorish Science Temple for a voyage down the black nationalist rabbit hole) and a reference to the Nation of Islam with a bow tied man holding a newspaper designed to look like Farrakhan’s ‘Final Call’, but called ‘The Truth.
Via Daily Mail:
Beyonce will perform a rallying cry for the Black Lives Matter movement at the Super Bowl a day after releasing the new song.
The 34-year-old surprised fans on Saturday by dropping a video to Formation, which features flood-ridden New Orleans and a line of white cops facing a hooded little boy.
‘Let’s get in formation… Prove to me you got some coordination,’ she chants before the camera pans over graffiti that says: ‘stop shooting us’.
Within minutes of the video’s release, Twitter was awash with reactions to the fiercely political lyrics and scenes – and a cameo role from the singer’s four-year-old daughter with Jay Z, Blue Ivy.
It was still trending worldwide on Sunday as the Super Bowl – the most watched TV event of the year – approached.
Beyoncé is expected to perform Formation at half time – three years after sending shock waves around the world in her last Super Bowl performance with a backdrop sign that read: ‘FEMINIST’.