Oh, you know, just Beyonce taking my breath away. Normal.
An Interview with Yogi Bibi McGill
“A dazzling flurry of sparks emerged as guitarist Bibi McGill stood toe-to-toe with Beyonce, shredding a blazing Jackson Randy Rhoads guitar in all her awesome glory. This year’s Superbowl half-time show had many memorable moments, but none quite like that. In a recent phone interview with EBONY.com, McGill confirmed that the performance was “extremely exciting,” but focused more on her mission to share good energy, love and light through her efforts. “I’m not thinking about how I look and how it feels to have sparks come out of my guitar,” said McGill. “I’m just kind of up there going, ‘I’ve been given the opportunity to be here. I want to let my light shine, so light shine through me.’
Now the guitarist and musical director for Beyonce’s tour band, “The Suga Mamas,” acclaimed yoga instructor, and health food entrepreneur, this Renaissance woman shatters notions of race and gender attached to each of these occupations. Here, she speaks about struggling before her big break, almost passing on the “I AM” auditions, and juggling multiple passions at once.” —Patrice Peck
Read the interview HERE.
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Beyoncé - Standing On The Sun (Live in Antwerp, Belgium)
Oh look….my jaw is on the floor again due to a Beyoncè related video.
Beyonce’s new track, “Bow Down / I Been On,” goes pretty hard, dang.
I was in no way, shape, or form prepared for this. I’m bowing down.
The best women.
Beyonce’s display of imperial charisma at the Super Bowl comes off as an historical inevitability, and as something that benefits us all. Ann Powers says it’s an illusion, but what a substantial one.
Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
If you are going to read any piece on last nights flawless performance, read this one.
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