Yes, we are still trying to recover from Beyoncé's unbelievably super-top view of her historic Coachella set on Saturday night.
It's a lot to pack up, and more time (and another view) is required, but one thing is still gobsmacked over is the extensive scale of production, made possible by almost 100 dancers and band members who helped the pop star with her return to life.
For those who did not watch – or catch the show but did not get it – Bey framed her recurring performance as if it were the half-time show at home, more specifically one at a historic black college or university where annual celebration is something of a religious experience .
Of course, the musical choreography she was honored for remained on the theme by incorporating stepping and J-Setting movement born of black college life ̵
But the core of her exciting performance was the march band, which, like the rest of her set, was true to detail.