Descriptive Essay About Beyonce

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As Big Frieda came on stage to introduce Beyonce, the audience knew The Queen was about to turn it out! Big Frieda is a no nonsense woman with a huge personality; however, once Beyonce came to the stage her aura faded that other extreme persona away. The audience immediately felt the great presence of Queen Bey, and an anxious hush came over the stadium. As a few seconds of silence built tension, the recent hit “Formation” began to ring through the Dome. This song sets the foundation for this outstanding performance. Beyonce used up every minute of the two hours by providing an excellent and riveting performance. The Queens captivating visuals, rhythmic and fantastic dance moves, amazing vocal abilities, and powerful aura were enough to leave …show more content…
She had dancers trapped in cubes that flew high above the stage. The dancers can be seen through the cubes tangled in silk linens performing acrobatic stunts. Every Pair of eyes was glued straight toward the stage waiting for the next stimulating effect. The large screens that were hanging on the stage blasted images of Beyonce constantly. Her every move was like beautiful art, no one wanted to look away. The images on the screen acted as a fantastic live action music video, engaging the audience with scenes from her video album Lemonade. One of my favorite scenes came on during the introduction of “Haunted.” It was a close up. The video was in black and white except for a pair of voluminous ruby red lips. When they parted, out came a tongue holding a razor. The audience gushed over this risqué display. The images were not alone in captivating the audience. Her beautifully lavish outfits were something to fan girl over. She had changed about seven times with each outfit able to showcase her sexiness in a tasteful manner. One outfit in …show more content…
Each song was able to display the strength of her beautiful and powerful voice. Beyonce was able to belt out “Pretty Hurts” easily, as if she wasn’t trying, but that did not take away from the quality. Her ability to carry harmonious tones and melodies were overwhelmingly pleasing to the audience. The Queen’s voice echoed through the stadium causing goose bumps to crawl all over my skin. Her rendition of “Halo” was bone chilling. The audience and I were able to sense how much of herself, Beyonce was pouring into this ballad. Her voice was delightfully angelic. It was as if she was simply breathing into the microphone and the output was a supple yet stern voice. She sang “Heaven” only with a piano playing in the background. Beyonce’s voice was intoxicating. The audience was moved; they felt the pain in her voice as it rang throughout the stadium. This ballad was one of my favorites due to Beyonce performing it as an intimate prayer. Her voice had the stadium in a unified silence, enjoying the solemn offered by her ballad. The Queen then picked up the tempo with “Partition.” This song changed the stadium’s attitude. Her voice went from sullen to sultry in a matter of seconds. She followed this song with “Drunk in Love” which gave the audience a taste of Beyonce’s more raw and gritty sounding voice, a contrast to what she was singing earlier. The way she

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