Twitter Destroys Carlos Santana For Saying Beyoncé Is 'Not a Singer'

Brunilde Fioravanti
Febbraio 16, 2017

Nevertheless, Adele managed to sing beautifully and harmoniously for her own rendition of George Michael's "Fastlove" and dedicated the performance to the late singer. It is bone- chilling, lovely, and solid; but if one will truly compare it to Beyonce's "Lemonade", one will understand why Beyonce's Grammy defeat was because of the color of her skin.

"I think Adele won because she can sing", Santana said in an interview to the New Zealand Herald. Beyonce is a performer, a decent singer, but she doesn't write her songs, doesn't play an instrument, she just dances around and belts out words someone else wrote.

Although it is already given that these two artists have fantastic gifts to offer and their every song and album launched are a sure hit in the billboards. Beyonce and Adele are both superb talents and their contribution to the music industry can not be questioned; therefore both artists deserve the highest honor that the Grammy's will present.

Among the small minority who actually believe Adele's 25 deserved the win over Bey's transformative Lemonade is Carlos Santana, who commented on the upset and threw some massive shade at Yoncé in the process. It's because she is a woman of color and no matter how hard she works, no matter how far she pushes the boundaries, and no matter how phenomenal her artworks are, the common denomination is and always will be is that she's black. She even paid homage to her fellow nominee in her acceptance speech.

Taken out of context? She deserves all the accolades that come her way.

At the award show, Adele had nearly apologised to Beyonce after she bagged the Album of the Year. She just relied on her theatrical performances, unlike Adele who just stands and sings - no dancers, no props.

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