Earlier in the last month, Beyonce presented the national anthem with a prerecorded vocal track at the presidential inauguration ceremony, which caused a trifling scandal and placed her on a cynical condition. It was a new experience for the Beyonce as the singer is not accustomed of having her reputation censured. Vulnerability never goes with her. She remains spotless consistently.
She was now up to confront the challenge of making a halftime show at the Super Bowl Sunday. She has been kept planning for month for this show, which includes a display of her exquisite singing precision.
The halftime show was highly time-controlled, greatly choreographed, and accountable for enchanting hundreds of millions of people across the world. The show, in combination of violent ruptures of football and extremely exclusive bursts of commercials, amused the audience.
It was important not as a show only but also for sticking together on that night. With a balanced arena-ready sagacity with minute attempt to the details of her singing, Beyonce just evenhanded outburst and humanity during the 12-minute interval of the Sunday Super Bowl at the Superdome ground. Accompanied by the loudness, Beyonce was responding to her doubters, silently but effectively.
She appeared on stage and went along with a Vince Lombardi speech saying that the spirit, the force to win, and the force to surpass would last only. She started with ‘Love on Top’, reposing some parts, little bits splitting off here and there, and changing from fast to slow. At the last part of ‘Crazy in Love’, she was almost growling, turning the song into wildness, which was never seen before. During ‘Baby Boy’, she fanatically screamed the words ‘dutty wine’ repeatedly. She crammed the television screen with a human pneumatic bit of intensity, relentlessly bouncing and buzzing.
In fact, these were the elements that set her apart from several early performers, who gave big performances but fell short in attitude and appearance.