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the Levi Stadium. I'm sure you guys also know that it has caused a lot of controversy towards policeman.
For those who has yet to listen to the song or watch the video people are calling it the "Pro-Black Trap Song" interesting name, don't you think? To some extent, I would have to agree. In the song Beyoncé confronts several different topics. In the first section she talks about Hurricane Katrina, recreating a scene in New Orleans and her on top of a police car in flooded water. It's symbolism is questioning the way the government handled responding to the situation.
The song took me a few listens to really analyze what Beyonce was talking about. For a while I felt like the video was just everywhere, but it all came together at the end and she really was trying to make a point.
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OK! So if you know me, then you would know that I'm a pretty big Beyoncé fan. I love what she represents for our women and I love her creativity. She's a true artist and performer of all angles. She's the female version of Michael Jackson, who I am also a big fan of.
Now, as you all know she has come out with her new video "Formation" the day before she performed for Superbowl 50 at