Beyoncé Will Go Down As One OF The Most Influential Black People In History

I’m not really a fan of Beyoncé’s music, don’t get me wrong, I don’t think they are bad, they just aren’t my preference, I am more of a Billie Eilish kind of person.

Despite not being a fan, I cannot deny this woman’s greatness and impact on modern day happenings, arguably one of the greatest female musicians of all time, and what I admire most about her is what she represents.

Beyoncé is a symbol of black excellence and feminine power, while these are the most segregated factions of the human race, it’s refreshing to see someone like Beyoncé out here representing.

Beyoncé is the most celebrated person in pop culture, the last person to feel this kind of love was Michael Jackson, and it’s going to be that way for a very long time. She deserves all the love she is getting and I am just glad she didn’t make her homecoming documentary exclusively on Tidal.

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Banji Coker is a Nigerian poet, writer and spoken word artist. He is the author of two poetry compilations, Just seventeen and October feelings.

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