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Solange And Son Dance To Rae Sremmurd's "No Flex Zone" At New Orleans Wedding [WATCH]

by Caitlin Carter   Nov 19, 2014 14:36 PM EST

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Everyone expects the bride to dance with her father at a wedding, but Solange took it up a notch at her New Orleans wedding by performing a choreographed dance to Rae Sremmurd's hit "No Flex Zone" with her 10-year-old son Daniel Julez. Dressed in white, they both egged each other on and showcased their smooth moves. Beyoncé, Jay Z, and Janelle Monáe were in attendance enjoyed the performance along with other friends a family members. The adorable routine ended with a big hug and cheers.

The night also featured performances from Kelela, Kindness, and Questlove, who served as house DJ.

As previously reported, Solange married video director Alan Ferguson on Nov. 15 before 100 guests, who were all wearing different shades of white. As Vogue reports, Solange walked down the aisle to an instrumental version of Donny Hathaway's "I Love the Lord, He Heard Me Cry," which is reportedly a favorite of the bride and groom.

Following the festivities Beyoncé posted a photo on Instagram of her daughter Blue Ivy bestowing her blessing on the new couple. The snapshot features her Aunt Solange wearing a white Humberto Leon for Kenzo crepe cape and her new Uncle Alan laughing down lovingly at his niece.

Solange was previously married to Daniel Smith (father of her son) from 2004 to 2007.

In a March interview with Harper's BazaarSolange discussed life after divorce.

"In a lot of ways, emotionally and mentally, I feel far older than 27," the now-28-year-old said. "Just going through a marriage and a divorce - which I essentially did by 21 - will give you an insane amount of perspective on life.

"Everyone talks about how, in your 30s, all of these growing pains transition into wisdom and you feel more self-assured and confident. But I think I had a bit of a jump-start on that at 27."

Watch their performance below, and let us know what you think in the comments section!

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