Beyoncé

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American singer-songwriter


Japan


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Beyoncé, in full Beyoncé Giselle Knowles, (born September 4, 1981, Houston, Texas, U.S.), American singer-songwriter and actress who accomplished distinction in the last part of the 1990s as the lead singer of the R&B bunch Destiny's Child and afterward sent off an enormously successful solo profession.

Destiny's Child

At age nine Beyoncé framed the singing-rapping young lady bunch Destiny's Child (initially called Young lady's Tyme) in 1990 with childhood friends. In 1992 the gathering lost on the Star Search television ability show, and after three years it was dropped from a recording contract before a collection had been released. In 1997 Destiny's Child's fortunes reversed with a Columbia recording agreement and afterward an eponymous presentation collection that yielded the hit single "No, No, No Section 2." Their subsequent collection, What could be inevitable's (1999), procured the gathering two Grammy Awards and sold in excess of 8,000,000 copies in the US. Survivor (2001), the gathering's third collection, arrived at the main spot on the Announcement 200 diagram.

Beyoncé was plainly the leader of the gathering and composed hit songs for Destiny's Child, such as the saucy "Bootylicious." In the long run, the gathering headed out in different directions to pursue individual projects. Beyoncé used her songwriting talents to pen her first solo collection, Dangerously Enamored (2003). The collection appeared to rave reviews, and, helped by the extravagant single "Insane in Adoration," which highlighted rapper Jay-Z, it bested charts all over the planet. In 2004 Beyoncé won five Grammy Awards, including best contemporary R&B collection and best female R&B vocal execution.

Destiny's Child rejoined in 2004 to release Destiny Satisfied. While by and large not as acclaimed as the gathering's previous efforts, the collection sold in excess of seven million copies overall and spawned several hit singles. The threesome set out on a world visit in 2005, during which they declared that the gathering would formally disband. That same year they released #1's, an assortment of notable songs and number one hits.

In 2006 Beyoncé released her second solo studio collection, B'Day, which highlighted several coproducers, including the hit-production team the Neptunes. Albeit a large part of the collection conveyed echoes of 1970s-style funk, the pop song "Indispensable" turned into its most successful single. In 2008 she and Jay-Z wedded, and the association made them one of the top-procuring couples in media outlets. Soon thereafter Beyoncé released the twofold collection I'm… Sasha Wild. Whereas the first half (I'm) tracked down her in an introspective state of mind, the second (Sasha Furious) contained songs more qualified to the dance floor. The collection all in all produced several hits, including the assertive "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," and it added to Beyoncé's predominance of the 2010 Grammy Awards. Her six awards, which incorporated those for song of the year, best female pop vocal execution, and best contemporary R&B collection, added up to the most Grammys gathered by a female artist in a single evening.

Days after a victorious featuring execution at Britain's Glastonbury Festival, Beyoncé released 4 (2011), a sort twisting blend of ballads and dance tracks that evoked influences going from Motown-time light songs to the sound collages of rapper M.I.A. In mid 2013 Destiny's Child rejoined for a halftime appearance at the Super Bowl and released another song, "Atomic." Shortly from that point Beyoncé gathered a Grammy for her single "Love on Top." She returned later in the year with the unhesitatingly sensuous and expressive Beyoncé, which boasted brand-name producers and appearances from, among others, the Nigerian creator Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and the singer's baby girl, Blue Ivy. The record, at first offered exclusively on iTunes, was advanced as a "visual collection," with music videos made to go with each track. The single "Smashed in Adoration," which highlighted Jay-Z, was granted several Grammys, including best R&B song.

In 2001 Beyoncé made her acting presentation in the television film Carmen: A Hip Hopera, which circulated on MTV. Her job as Foxxy Cleopatra in Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) made her a film star and prompted parts in The Battling Temptations (2003) and The Pink Puma (2006). In 2006 she played Deena Jones in Dreamgirls, the film transformation of the 1981 Broadway musical about a 1960s singing gathering. Beyoncé's exhibition was selected for a Brilliant Globe Grant and her song "Listen&q

About Business

American singer-songwriter


Japan


Description

Beyoncé, in full Beyoncé Giselle Knowles, (born September 4, 1981, Houston, Texas, U.S.), American singer-songwriter and actress who accomplished distinction in the last part of the 1990s as the lead singer of the R&B bunch Destiny's Child and afterward sent off an enormously successful solo profession.

Destiny's Child

At age nine Beyoncé framed the singing-rapping young lady bunch Destiny's Child (initially called Young lady's Tyme) in 1990 with childhood friends. In 1992 the gathering lost on the Star Search television ability show, and after three years it was dropped from a recording contract before a collection had been released. In 1997 Destiny's Child's fortunes reversed with a Columbia recording agreement and afterward an eponymous presentation collection that yielded the hit single "No, No, No Section 2." Their subsequent collection, What could be inevitable's (1999), procured the gathering two Grammy Awards and sold in excess of 8,000,000 copies in the US. Survivor (2001), the gathering's third collection, arrived at the main spot on the Announcement 200 diagram.

Beyoncé was plainly the leader of the gathering and composed hit songs for Destiny's Child, such as the saucy "Bootylicious." In the long run, the gathering headed out in different directions to pursue individual projects. Beyoncé used her songwriting talents to pen her first solo collection, Dangerously Enamored (2003). The collection appeared to rave reviews, and, helped by the extravagant single "Insane in Adoration," which highlighted rapper Jay-Z, it bested charts all over the planet. In 2004 Beyoncé won five Grammy Awards, including best contemporary R&B collection and best female R&B vocal execution.

Destiny's Child rejoined in 2004 to release Destiny Satisfied. While by and large not as acclaimed as the gathering's previous efforts, the collection sold in excess of seven million copies overall and spawned several hit singles. The threesome set out on a world visit in 2005, during which they declared that the gathering would formally disband. That same year they released #1's, an assortment of notable songs and number one hits.

In 2006 Beyoncé released her second solo studio collection, B'Day, which highlighted several coproducers, including the hit-production team the Neptunes. Albeit a large part of the collection conveyed echoes of 1970s-style funk, the pop song "Indispensable" turned into its most successful single. In 2008 she and Jay-Z wedded, and the association made them one of the top-procuring couples in media outlets. Soon thereafter Beyoncé released the twofold collection I'm… Sasha Wild. Whereas the first half (I'm) tracked down her in an introspective state of mind, the second (Sasha Furious) contained songs more qualified to the dance floor. The collection all in all produced several hits, including the assertive "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," and it added to Beyoncé's predominance of the 2010 Grammy Awards. Her six awards, which incorporated those for song of the year, best female pop vocal execution, and best contemporary R&B collection, added up to the most Grammys gathered by a female artist in a single evening.

Days after a victorious featuring execution at Britain's Glastonbury Festival, Beyoncé released 4 (2011), a sort twisting blend of ballads and dance tracks that evoked influences going from Motown-time light songs to the sound collages of rapper M.I.A. In mid 2013 Destiny's Child rejoined for a halftime appearance at the Super Bowl and released another song, "Atomic." Shortly from that point Beyoncé gathered a Grammy for her single "Love on Top." She returned later in the year with the unhesitatingly sensuous and expressive Beyoncé, which boasted brand-name producers and appearances from, among others, the Nigerian creator Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and the singer's baby girl, Blue Ivy. The record, at first offered exclusively on iTunes, was advanced as a "visual collection," with music videos made to go with each track. The single "Smashed in Adoration," which highlighted Jay-Z, was granted several Grammys, including best R&B song.

In 2001 Beyoncé made her acting presentation in the television film Carmen: A Hip Hopera, which circulated on MTV. Her job as Foxxy Cleopatra in Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) made her a film star and prompted parts in The Battling Temptations (2003) and The Pink Puma (2006). In 2006 she played Deena Jones in Dreamgirls, the film transformation of the 1981 Broadway musical about a 1960s singing gathering. Beyoncé's exhibition was selected for a Brilliant Globe Grant and her song "Listen&q