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7 Ways Beyoncé Nailed The Opening Night Of Her Formation Tour

Beyoncé’s Formation Tour kicked off with a bang in Miami last night (April 27), with a setlist drawing on her whole career, peppered with several tracks from her new album. It was great to see 'Lemonade' represented so well, with fiery songs like 'Don't Hurt Yourself', 'Sorry' and the stellar 'Formation'. But it wasn't all about 'Lemonade' – there was plenty more going on in the show, including water-walking, a throne, and dancing with fans. Here's seven ways Beyoncé nailed it.

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Beyoncé Fans Really Want This Piece Of Tour Merch

Beyoncé kicked off her Formation World Tour last night at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida last night to rave reviews from fans and critic alike. The show arrives just days after she unexpectedly dropped her sixth album ‘Lemonade’ on Tidal with the help of some surprising credits.

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Who Is Beyoncé's "Becky With The Good Hair"? An NME Investigation

Good question, the internet. A very good question, and so many leads to follow. The question, of course, refers to a lyric in Beyoncé’s new hour-long ‘visual album’ (it’s sort of like a really long, really expensive music video) ‘Lemonade’. On the track ‘Sorry', Bey sings: “He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair." There are rumours that ‘Lemonade’ is about Beyoncé’s husband Jay Z cheating on her. The line made Miss Marples of countless social media users, as everyone attempted to determine who this damnable Becky may be. But who are the contenders?

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This Awesome Tool Lets You Put A Tiny Drake Anywhere, So We Did

The long wait for Drake's album 'Views From The 6', the new Drake album, is almost over – it will get its premiere tomorrow (April 27) and a full release on Friday. In the run-up, Drake finally dropped the much-discussed artwork for the album, which features him Photoshopped onto the CN Tower in his hometown of Toronto.

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Views From The Bussey: What If Drake Was From South London?

Although coming south of the river often can be greeted with a few eyebrows by snooty Londoners, south London has become a hub for movers and shakers in the music game (Stormzy, Krept & Konan) and on the big screen film (John Boyega of Star Wars). Its vibrant clubs like The Bussey Building are also becoming weaved into the very fabric of what makes London so great.

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