Philly Traffic Reporter Names Beyoncé’s Song Titles Throughout Report
A Philadelphia traffic reporter is an unapologetic member of Beyhive, and Beyoncé’s mom loves it.
NBC10’s Sheila Watko recently gave several Beyoncé nods while delivering her morning traffic update, neatly knocking out the names of some of the 28 Grammy winner’s biggest hits without missing a beat.
After being introduced, she thanked her fellow presenter and said, “I always appreciate it when you ‘Say my name'” – a reference to Destiny’s Child’s 1999 hit single.
She continued, “If you just woke up, I hope you’ve been doing ‘Sweet Dreams’ because the traffic is getting ‘Heated’ and it’s starting to ‘Break My Soul’ just a little bit.”
She didn’t stop there. She also named “All Up In Your Mind”, “Listen”, “Beautiful Liar” and “Countdown”.
“We’ve got traffic cone ‘formation’ all morning,” Watko said as he continued to rattle off more song titles. “You might want to move ‘left, left,'” she told local drivers, referencing the singer’s hit, “Irreplaceable.”
“Sheet Music,” “Bills, Bills, Bills,” “Crazy In Love,” and “XO” were also on the list when she sent out a “Bey alert,” bringing the total number of references to 15. Watko later confessed that she had been planning the feature for days, but had postponed it due to a major crash the day before.
“We had to celebrate our daughter Beyoncé,” Watko said.
Showing love for the fun moment, the singer’s mom, Tina Knowles-Lawson, reposted the original clip, writing the caption, “That’s so cool!! All song titles😂❤️”
A longer video that Watko shared on Twitter shows fellow cast members Erin Coleman and Keith Jones join in the fun and name songs themselves.
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Continuing her viral trend, she added the caption, “When the traffic is *jumpin, jumpin*, it’s time to pay tribute to Queen Bey, who I’m *dangerously in love with* @NBCPiladelphia@Beyonce#RENAISSANCE.”
Watko’s tribute comes just after Beyoncé released her seventh studio album, RenaissanceJuly 29. The release marked his first solo album in six years.
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Along with lead single ‘Break My Soul’, released in June, the danceable LP includes 15 more tracks: ‘I’m That Girl’, ‘Cozy’, ‘Alien Superstar’, ‘Cuff It’, ‘Energy’ featuring BEAM , “Church Girl”, “Plastic Off the Sofa”, “Virgo’s Groove”, “Move” with Grace Jones and Tems, “Heated”, “Thique”, “All Up in Your Mind”, “America Has a Problem”, “Pure/Honey” and “Summer Renaissance”.
In a message shared before RenaissanceBeyoncé revealed that the album would be part of a “three-act project”.
“This three-act project was recorded over three years during the pandemic,” the artist wrote. “A time to be quiet, but also a time that I found most creative. Creating this album allowed me to dream and find escape during a scary time for the world.”