Photo: LAN // Corbins
  /  02.08.2016

On the eve of her Coldplay-assisted Super Bowl 50 Halftime performance (one in which prior to this past Saturday, February 6, perhaps we thought the pair would perhaps do collb-track “Hymn for the Weekend”), Beyonce slayed… all day… with the surprise release of the new single and video…”FORMATION.”

“Formation” addresses Beyonce’s nay-sayers. SLAY.

On “Formation,” Queen Bey destroys Illuminati rumors. SLAY.

Bey flexes her wealth on “Formation.” SLAY

Potently, Beyonce references her upbringing and culture; a perfectly-timed conversational recompense to Black History Month.

In response to the video, song, performance, themes (and the announcement of a Formation World Tour), I gathered the females present here in the REVOLT office today for a quick bit of chatter on the matter.



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