I finally got the opportunity to check out Beyoncé’s Homecoming film on Netflix, and all I can say is, wow. Yes, I know I am super late, but I still want to share my thoughts. If you haven’t seen it yet, please watch it.
The entire documentary was phenomenal. It was electric, incredibly entertaining, empowering, and it was for us.
The addition of the HBCU vibes and intimate messages brought tears to my eyes. People can continue to call Beyoncé overrated if they want to. Credit must be given where it is due.
She is dope. She is talented, and she is fierce. Sasha Fierce that is.
I dare not forget to acknowledge the amazing dancers, band, and the entire crew who all had a part in creating such a phenomenal performance.
Our culture is breathtaking. It is beautiful, and it is ours.
Beyoncé paid homage to every bit of beauty that is in us. From our hair to our skin, to our bodies in general. It was all beautifully displayed. Our talents were recognized, acknowledged, and praised.
We are energy, royalty, and love. We must love ourselves and teach our youth just how powerful we are as BLACK people.
One of my favorite dance scenes was when she and the dancers danced to O. T. Genasis’ song Everybody Mad. Honey, she better. They better. Do you hear me?
One of my second favorite performances was when she and her husband, Jay-Z performed Déjà Vu.
Beyoncé’s Homecoming documentary was mesmerizing. She went down in history as the first black woman to headline at Coachella.
I know the lives of those that had the opportunity to perform were changed forever.
With tears in my eyes, I would like to say thank you Beyoncé and thank you to everyone else that had a part in bringing such an amazing experience to television screens all across the world.
What are your thoughts about Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé?