Get Your Blessings from Beyoncé's Isolated Grammy Vocal

Give us this day our daily Bey.
Lauren O'Neill
London, GB
February 15, 2017, 9:43am

In the Bible, when Jesus was betrayed, did he bitch and whine? No, he loved unconditionally, even when he was persecuted. In many ways, this is exactly the same as Beyoncé's graciously given, world-stopping performance of "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, despite Lemonade being overlooked for the Album of the Year award that we all assumed she was a lock for (having made an actual film for it). Her generosity, truly, is Christ-like. And now, to bless her fans further, someone's put out an isolated mic track from the night that honestly sounds better than the original recordings. There's very little else that we can say to describe a Beyoncé vocal, for which the base standard is perfection, so listen below, enter the most holy church of Saint Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter if that's your thing, and say your damn prayers:

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