What is it about hair-o-graphy that elevates dancing to the next level?
Just watching these airborne braids from the heads of young performers give me whiplash.
At seven-years-old, Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy Carter is growing up way too fast, and her whipping hair-o-graphy is a sight to behold.
It's not just about the visual. It's a mark of a prodigious performer waiting for her curtain to rise.
Bey's new documentary Homecoming, ready for streaming on April 17, is about to become the fans' latest Netflix obsession.
A teaser dropped in which the talented scion holds court and shows her mom's backup dancers how its done.
Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé | Official Trailer | Netflix www.youtube.com
But what has fans excited about the doc is this scene here:
Her grasp of all things fierce is impressing Twitter, calling Blue Ivy's performance the dawn of great things to come.
One went as far as exclaiming we are witnessing "a legacy in the making."
Is the hair necessary for that hair-whipping move?
Let's not forget Willow. Could we see a collaboration in the future?
It's not just about the move. It's about her commanding presence. It's called learned behavior.
There's no doubt about it.
Homecoming documents BeyHive's preparation leading up to her headlining performance at the Coachella in 2018. It is considered historic because Beyoncé, 37, was the first solo black female artist to lead the festival based in California.
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna go get some ice for my neck from watching all the whipping GIFs.