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Beyoncé has had a good “Renaissance” — but a recent stop in Arizona hit a snag when the sound “went mute” for longer than it should have.

The ex-Destiny’s Child leader stopped by Glendale, AZ — a suburb of Phoenix — on Thursday (August 24) to perform her latest installment of the tour. Unfortunately, during a performance of “Alien Superstar,” the sound went out for a good ten minutes, forcing the Queen Bey to walk off the stage.


Fans were getting concerned when they didn’t see Beyoncé return to the State Farm Stadium stage, but after about 10 minutes, the sound was restored and Bey, once again, returned to the stage.

Best of all, she came out with a full costume change and performed a version of “Alien Superstar” for the ages. Check it out below.


Sound snafu aside, Beyoncé’s Renaissance tour has proven to be quite the success for the superstar, with many a celebrity guest stopping by — including, most recently, 21 Savage, who proved that his talent extends beyond just spitting bars in the studio as he let his singing voice be heard during Beyoncé‘s  recent Renaissance Tour stop.

During Queen B’s Atlanta performance on August 11 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the ATL rap superstar took to his Instagram Stories and showed up like a regular civilian who was excited to see, arguably, one of the greatest entertainers in music history.

In one of his stories, 21 was seen belting out Beyonce’s 2003 single “Dangerously In Love” without a care in the world. He followed up the social media performance by singing Bey’s 2011 R&B anthem “1+1.”

21 Savage ended things by singing along with the 41-year-old to Mary J. Blige’s 1994 hit cover, “I’m Goin’ Down.”


Quavo, too, also stopped by Beyoncé’s Atlanta tour stops — but decided to show off his bartending skills instead of his rapping skills. 

The Rocket Power rapper stopped by the Renaissance tour stop in Atlanta, GA, at the Mercedes-Benz Arena on August 12. There, Quavo demonstrated that he was quite capable of mixing his own drink to his liking, much to the delight of onlookers.

It wasn’t clear, however, what Quavo preferred to drink.


Meanwhile, last month, Jack Harlow was able to introduce his mom, Maggie Harlow, to Bey backstage before her show in Louisville, Kentucky, with a photo of the moment showing the two women engaged in conversation as Harlow watched on.

Beyoncé was even seen holding a tall gift bag — the kind usually used to carry a bottle of liquor or spirits – although it’s unclear if she was gifted this from Jack and his mom.

“Introduced my Mom to Beyoncé in Louisville, Kentucky tonight,” Harlow wrote on Threads.

Written by: 93.9 Power Hitz

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