Beyoncé just kicked off her "Renaissance" tour in Stockholm, Sweden. There have been plenty of headlines coming from the first night of the tour. Before the show, fans were eagerly waiting for the setlist. Luckily, they were able to see it early thanks to a video of the tour book being uploaded. The tour book showed a preliminary setlist with some songs circled, starred, and crossed out. Now that the first night of the tour has concluded, fans finally have the full, 36-song setlist. However, Beyoncé did take a moment during the concert to remind fans who is in charge.
Since the release of Beyoncé’s latest album last year, fans have been begging for some sort of visuals. Generally, visuals are a huge part of any album the iconic artist releases. So, it’s no surprise that the main question on fans’ minds has been, “Where are the visuals?” Hilariously, a segment of Beyoncé’s set provided a very direct response to this question. In the intro to “Formation,” a narrator provides a voice-over as the words are displayed on huge screens. “I know you hear me. You’ve asked for the visuals,” the disembodied voice says. “You’ve called for the queen, but a queen moves at her own pace, b*tch.”
Yoncé Just Wants To Rock
There were plenty of classic Beyoncé moments on the first night of the tour. At one point during the show, she showcased her dance moves by doing her own version of Lil Uzi Vert's famous "Just Wanna Rock" dance. The Lemonade singer was captured on video performing the popular dance as a mash-up with her hit song “Diva.” Her enthusiastic dance moves caused quite a stir among the audience.
The clip has since gone viral on social media platforms, with fans thrilled by the sight of the iconic singer dancing to the catchy beat of Uzi’s track. It's evident from the video that Beyoncé took the dance very seriously. As always, she gave it her all and proved again why she is considered one of the greatest performers of our time. What do you think of all of the clips from the first night of the "Renaissance" Tour? Sound off in the comments!