Beyonce Pays Tribute to Tina Turner With Powerful ‘River Deep – Mountain High’ Performance in London

Beyonce, the queen of pop, always goes above and beyond in everything she does. So, it was no surprise when she decided to pay tribute to her idol, the legendary Tina Turner, just a few days after her passing.

As she stood in front of the roaring crowd, she took a moment to address them. "I want you guys to help me sing one of my favorite songs," she said with a smile. "We love you, Tina." The original version of "River Deep - Mountain High" is a grand spectacle that features a multitude of musicians and tempo changes, all centered around Turner's magnificent voice. However, Beyonce decided to give it her own twist. Accompanied only by a piano, occasional drums, and keyboards playing the orchestral parts, she turned the song into a beautiful ballad that showcased her incredible vocal range. The fact that Beyonce covered this song in London was especially fitting.

This tribute was not the first time Beyonce and Turner shared the stage. They performed together at the Grammy Awards in 2008, delivering a powerful rendition of "Proud Mary," Turner's famous cover of the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic. Three years earlier, Beyonce had also paid homage to Turner by performing "River Deep - Mountain High" solo at the 2005 Kennedy Center Honors.

Beyonce's tribute to Tina Turner was a heartfelt gesture that showcased the deep impact Turner had on her as an artist. It was a powerful moment of musical history that will forever be remembered by all those lucky enough to witness it.