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Category: Entertainment - Original Published on Friday, 26 July 2013 14:42 Written by Michigan Chronicle Staff
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During her recent sold-out concert at The Palace of Auburn Hills, Beyoncé, who has been identified by her husband Jay-Z as the hardest working woman in show business, set aside a part of the show to pay tribute to Detroit.
There was a large screen featuring a video montage of Detroit as well as some of the famous people from the Motor City, including Berry Gordy, Eminem and Joe Louis. The beautiful star also added a special song to her act for the occasion, a heartfelt rendition of the Sam Cooke classic, "A Change Is Gonna Come."
At the conclusion of the tribute, the words "Nothing Stops Detroit" appeared on the screen in giant letters.
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