Why Every Black High School Student Should Want To Attend An HBCU After Watching Beyonce ‘Homecoming’ Documentary?

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Beyoncé surprised her fans last night with a “Homecoming” live album. The same name as the Netflix documentary which is based on her 2018 Coachella performance. Rumours of a seventh album from Beyoncé were swirling ahead of the launch, with buzz about a mysterious “B7” album emerging on social media. When a tracklisting appeared to leak, which included a song featuring Rihanna. The film includes Beyoncé’s epic live performance as she became the first African-American woman to headline Coachella. It also follows the rehearsals and preparation with a vast cast of dancers and musicians, not to mention a reunion onstage with Destiny’s Child and hubby Jay-Z. https://www.instagram.com/beyonce/p/BwWS26knFZO/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=4wpju6hzywy3 Beyoncé also touches on the importance of an HBCUs in our culture. Beyoncé said,
“So many people who are culturally aware and intellectually sound are graduates of HBCUs, including my father. There is something incredibly IMPORTANT about the HBCU experience that must be celebrated and protected.”
HBCUs create the future cultural leaders, geniuses, and trendsetters in American society. At the very end of the Netflix film Queen Bey does a brand new cover of “Before I Let Go,” a hit for Frankie Beverly and Maze in 1981. Which is on the live album available everywhere. This documentary is truly a Beyoncé masterpiece. Which is also directed, executive produced, written, and musically directed by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter.

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