Beyoncé and A Tribe Called Quest joined by Anderson .Paak & Busta Rhymes Inspire With Stand Out Performances

The biggest night in music came packed with incredible performances and inspiration for the masses. Two stand out performances from the 59th Annual Grammy Awards include Queen Bey in all her motherhood glory and A Tribe called Quest linking up with Anderson .Paak and Busta Rhymes.

Beyoncé became the most Grammy-nominated woman of all time this year with 62 nominations under her belt, and her stellar performance only reaffirmed her accolades. Stunning with a regal yet intimate performance of “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles,” the mother to be channeled the Yoruba Goddess Oshun in a golden headdress complete with a glittering garb to match, honoring motherhood, generations, Black beauty and love.

A Tribe Called Quest did their due-diligence and came through on a political note. Accompanied by Anderson .Paak, Busta Rhymes and Consequence, the group performed classic cuts along with new material from We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service. Pointedly referring to America’s unsettling climate, “We the People” served as a ode to solidarity as people of different ethnicities walked down the aisles during the performance. Ending the set with black-power salutes in the air, “Resist” echoed loudly reaffirming their statement of Black lives, Mexican lives and Muslim lives matter. Check out the videos below.

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