SAVE YOUR COINS: Rumor Has It BEYONCE Will Headline Coachella 2017 + LEMONADE Named #1 Album Of 2016
Word on the curb is that Beyonce will be headlining Coachella 2017. And we’re putting some coins to the side just in case. Get the deets on her possible festival performance, plus Bey’s LEMONADE getting ranked as the No. 1 album of 2016 inside…
Coachella always brings out the best in music. But 2017 is going to take it to a whole new level…if the rumors are true.
According to Hits Daily Double, Goldenvoice honcho Paul Tollett -- founder and producer of Coachella – has nabbed one of the biggest names in music to headline his desert festival. Beyonce is rumored to be headlining during Coachella 2017, along with Kendrick Lamar and Radiohead to round out the two weekends in a row, three day weekend.
Yes, Bey and Kendrick could possibly be rocking the stage to kick off spring 2017. It's still at the rumor stage, so don't get too excited. But you better start gathering your coins just in case.
While Queen Bey has attended several Coachella festivals, she has yet to hit the stage to perform, outside of joining her sister Solange to bust a few moves in 2014. Click HERE if you missed.
K-Dot made his debut at the popular Cali festival last year when he made a surprise appearance during Ice Cube's set.
We could totally see Bey & Kendrick rocking out to their track “Freedom” together.
Speaking of “Freedom”…
Rolling Stone has ranked Beyonce’s LEMONADE visual album as the No. 1 album of 2016, beating Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, Frank Ocean and Young Thug, to name a few.
The site states:
The queen not only made the album of the year (and make no mistake, David Bowie would have been the first to say so), she delivered a confessional, genre-devouring suite that feels larger than life yet still heartbreakingly intimate, because it doubles as her portrait of a nation in flames….The question of whether it's singing about Jay Z is moot because, unfortunately, it turned out to be about all of us. But thanks to Bey's sheer fire-breathing musical power, Lemonade was a sign of hope amid all the emotional and political wreckage. Ashes to ashes. Dust to sidechicks. And woe to any fool who tries to interrupt her grinding.”