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American singer-songwriter, actress, and dancer Beyoncé was born in Houston, TX, in 1981 and has been performing since a young age. Sitting on her throne at the top of the music industry, Beyoncé has been described as the Michael Jackson of... ... read more

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Beyoncé - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
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Beyoncé - Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) 115,490,625 views
Beyonce Superbowl Halftime Show (CBS) (NFL) 4,758,989 views
Beyoncé - Run The World (Girls) 160,893,124 views
Beyoncé - Dance For You 24,882,956 views
Beyoncé - Love On Top 36,565,531 views
Beyoncé - Video Phone ft. Lady Gaga 28,683,828 views
Beyoncé - Halo 87,269,735 views
Beyoncé - Irreplaceable 20,442,942 views
Beyoncé - Diva 33,961,332 views
Beyoncé - If I Were A Boy 70,739,177 views
Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z - Upgrade U ft. Jay-Z 14,765,781 views
Beyoncé - Sweet Dreams 34,738,893 views
Beyoncé;Jay-Z - Crazy In Love 24,450,399 views
Check On It 19,123,960 views
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Beyoncé - Why Don't You Love Me 2,179,479 views
Beyonce feat Jay Z Bonnie & Clyde 1,701,862 views
Beyoncé - Me, Myself And I 13,749,977 views
Beyoncé - Baby Boy ft. Sean Paul 11,867,182 views
Baby Dancing to Beyonce - ORIGINAL! @babycory on Twitter 19,987,007 views
Beyoncé - Ego 17,359,393 views

Beyoncé Bio


American singer-songwriter, actress, and dancer Beyoncé was born in Houston, TX, in 1981 and has been performing since a young age. Sitting on her throne at the top of the music industry, Beyoncé has been described as the Michael Jackson of this generation.

Beyoncé made her mark in the music scene as the lead singer of Destiny's Child in the late 90s. The single "Say My Name" gained the pop/R&B girl group worldwide notoriety, and they later recorded the hits "Independent Women Part I" (which appeared on the soundtrack of Charlie's Angels), "Survivor", and "Bootylicious".

After Destiny's Child announced a hiatus, Beyoncé made her solo debut in 2003 with the release of Dangerously in Love, which had two number one hits – "Crazy in Love" featuring JAY Z and "Baby Boy" featuring Sean Paul. It achieved immense success, earning Beyoncé five Grammy Awards, including Best Contemporary R&B Album.   

Beyoncé continued her journey on the path of prosperity upon the release of B'Day(2006), which featured "Déjà Vu," "Irreplaceable," and "Beautiful Liar." In 2008, she released I Am… Sasha Fierce, which included the songs "If I Were a Boy," "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," "Halo," and "Sweet Dreams." She won six Grammy Awards with this album, breaking the record for most Grammy Awards won by a female artist in one night.

In 2011, Beyoncé released her fourth solo album, appropriately titled 4, as it became her fourth album as a solo artist to top the record charts. Notable tracks on 4 include "Run the World (Girls)," "Countdown," and "Best Thing I Never Had."

Aside from her musical career, Beyoncé has adopted roles in several blockbuster films, including Dreamgirls (for which she earned two Golden Globe nominations), Austin Powers in Goldmember, and The Pink Panther. 

Beyoncé's 2013 Superbowl Halftime performance amazed fans and was widely considered one of the best Superbowl Halftime shows of all time. Shortly thereafter, HBO aired a documentary of Beyoncé's life, titled Beyoncé. Despite her awe-inspiring beauty, luxurious lifestyle, and marriage to hip-hop king JAY Z, Beyoncé maintains humble in the midst of fame.

Her success seems unprecedented, and she's only starting to take over the world. It's no wonder that Beyoncé has been dubbed one of the greatest female performers of all time.

Beyoncé User Comments

h a. Apr 29, 2013
Beyoncé in Bercy: On Tuesday I witnessed this dynamic diva strutting her stuff at the Bercy stadium in Paris. I'm still in shock...perhaps a little dehydrated too. I am a huge fan of Beyoncé's music but this concert was something else entirely. Arriving on time, no faffing about in huge queues was necessary: the stadium staff really knew what they were doing. To those who feel Beyoncé is just all hair and lights, you couldn't be more wrong. She wowed audiences with a line-up of her best songs, punctuated by the briefest of costume changes, whilst maintaining an intense emotional connection with the audience. I was not expecting to be quite so affected by what was supposed to be a girls' night out, however, this star's ability to make the audience empathise with her during her slower, more poignant songs, had a resounding effect on most attendees. Crucially, there was plenty of room to perfect one's own version of Beyoncé's thigh-thickening dance moves in the standing zone. This only became more difficult depending on how desperate you were to see those limbs in action. Pushing close to the barrier was pretty much compulsory when the singer daringly transported herself, by zip-wire, to the second stage closest to us. Pitch-perfect, she came within 2 metres of my entourage and I. The crowds went wild, someone even through their underwear in her direction. A few high-kicks in her sparkling midnight blue jumpsuit and she leapt into the next song. When the pop queen took to the sky, back to the main stage, everyone was still roaring for more. Everyone who had been blindly crushed up against each other to get a better view of that renowned sassy smile finally dispersed back to continue pulling shapes on the dancefloor. Everyone was downing unlimited bottles of water from the refreshment stand to compensate for the heat. Given a moment or two before this independent woman reappeared on stage, I remembered to look up and see how much fun the people in the seated areas were having. The answer? Not as much fun. Despite having their own seat and personal space, the atmosphere on the ground floor was incomparable. This lady knows how to put on a show and Bercy did more than their best to accommodate her. Graciously thanking everyone involved in the production of her tour, she ended the show on a high, to a chorus of ecstatic fans praising her performance enthusiastically. Carried by a sea of satisfied spectators, we suddenly arrived outside, weak with wonder at this one woman's capacity to empower those around her in the space of 2 hours. I'd recommend Beyoncé (obviously) but also this intimate venue because of its unique ambience. The comparatively small theatre meant that huge screens, flames, glitter and mini firework displays were all so easy to see. At 100 € I got excellent value for money and memories to share with my friends for decades to come.
Natalie M. Sep 17, 2012
Again, agreed wholeheartedly. Beyonce is probably the most talented and gorgeous woman I can name; if I could be anyone in this world I would be her. Her voice is flawless and without limits, her face and body are beautiful and toned and not too skinny, she can dance effortlessly and amazingly, IN HEELS, and is married to one of the bossiest rappers of our time. You literally never hear any dirt on Beyonce in the media because no one can touch her, she's perfect. The one time I got to see her live was an amazing surprise; at Coachella 2010, Jay-Z headlined Friday night, and my friends and I had been joking "What if Beyonce comes out?? I'll go nuts" but had no idea what was coming... at the end of the night she came out to perform "Forever Young" with him to close the show and I cried. They are beautiful performing together.. I was really hoping they'd do "'93 Bonnie & Clyde" but no dice. Watch the Rock Docs of Jay-Z to see them perform together when they first started out, soooo cute!
Gabe L. Aug 13, 2012
As Kanye West would say, Beyonce is hands down one of the greatest performers of all time. I remember when she was first a member of Destiny's Child I was not a very big fan of hers. I always wondered why she never let any of the other girls sing. When I was in 7th grade my family went to the Beyonce, ALicia Keys, and Missy Elliott concert. It was the day I had gotten my braces and my mouth was in an immense amount of pain, but I was a huge fan of Missy Elliott so I fought through the pain to go to the concert. Missy went on first and was great. Alicia was a little boring but still enjoyable. Beyonce came on last. The Oakland Arena auditorium fell pitch black, then out of the middle of the Arena appeared a lectica or carrying throne. The veil over the throne was lifted and there appeared Beyonce in diamond underwear, throwing rose petals out to the audience as she was carried to the stage. At that moment of seeing her I was in complete awe. I had never seen any creature so beautiful in my entire life. All the pain in my mouth disappeared. That's the type of person Beyonce is: even with her beauty alone she had curing powers. Her voice sounds better live than it does in recording, and she is a far better dancer than her background dancers. It makes complete sense that the other members of Destiny's Child were tossed to the side. Beyonce is more than a star, she's an entire galaxy. I went to another one of her concerts in 2009 and it was mind-blowing. She nearly brought me to tears at the end when she sang a piano rendition of Halo, dedicated to Michael Jackson, which was recently after he had died. She then proceeded to shake everyone in the front row's hand. She's an international hero.

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