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Beyonce’s Coachella set includes Destiny’s Child reunion

UPDATED: Sun., April 15, 2018, 2:41 p.m.

In this Nov. 4, 2016 file photo, Beyonce, center, and Jay-Z perform during a Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaign rally in Cleveland. Jay-Z and Beyonce have released a joint album that touches on the rapper’s disgust at this year’s Grammy Awards and features a shout out from their daughter Blue Ivy to her siblings. The pair released the nine-track album “Everything Is Love” Saturday, June 16, 2018, on the Tidal music streaming service that Jay-Z partially owns. (Matt Rourke / Associated Press)
In this Nov. 4, 2016 file photo, Beyonce, center, and Jay-Z perform during a Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaign rally in Cleveland. Jay-Z and Beyonce have released a joint album that touches on the rapper’s disgust at this year’s Grammy Awards and features a shout out from their daughter Blue Ivy to her siblings. The pair released the nine-track album “Everything Is Love” Saturday, June 16, 2018, on the Tidal music streaming service that Jay-Z partially owns. (Matt Rourke / Associated Press)

INDIO, Calif. – Beyonce’s headlining set at Coachella may have been delayed by a year, but it did not disappoint.

The superstar’s two-hour set of hits Saturday night included a tribute to historically black colleges and universities and also reunited her with Destiny’s Child.

Beyonce had been scheduled to headline the two-weekend music and arts festival last year, but had to postpone due to her pregnancy with twins.

Saturday’s performance paid tribute to the marching bands, dance troupes and step teams at HBCUs and included a rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” which is known as the national black anthem.

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams also joined her as they sang their smash “Say My Name,” and husband Jay-Z also came out for a collaboration.