Beyoncé's historic Coachella set was years in the making, included a Destiny's Child reunion, and proved once again, that she's the greatest of all time.
The planets, thankfully, have aligned.
The rapper's impact has seemingly been written out of wider cultural history. Let's fix that.
Lil Wayne is, to quote a real live former member of Destiny's Child, "just an artist that loves music."
"Tap dance is kind of like a forgotten artistry isn't it there, Solange?"
The FLOTUS herself doesn't lay down any bars, unfortunately, but it does feature Missy Elliott, Janelle Monaé, Kelly Clarkson, Kelly Rowland, Lea Michele, and Zendaya, among others.
Before she was Badgalriri, she was Kelly Rowland for an evening at the 2005 World Music Awards.
Let us remember; let us reflect, on 'Destiny Fulfilled.'
And other outdated references from music videos.
"It’s not just about your body and skin and what you’re showing off. It’s mentally, it’s everything that you are as a woman."
Bey's mum and her sewing machine have a lot to answer for.
It makes Ray Jay’s “I Hit It First” sound like “Fur Elise".