Beyoncé Biography, Wiki, Husband, Net Worth, Songs, and more

Beyoncé Biography, Wiki, Husband, Net Worth, Songs, and more


Birth name: Beyonce Giselle Knowles
Nickname: Bee, Queen Bee
Date of birth: 04 September 1981
Place of birth: Houston, Texas, USA
Profession: Singer, Actress
Marital status: married, 3 children
Spouse: Jay-Z (m. 2008)
Children: Blue Ivy Carter, Rumi Carter, Sir Carter
Parents: Tina Knowles, Mathew Knowles
Net Worth: $500 million
Height: 170 cm
Original hair color: Brown
Eye color: Brown
Star ticket: Virgin

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The golden-throated singer was born in 1981 in Houston, Texas. His parents are Matthew and Tina Beyonce Knowles. She has a younger sister, Solange, who also tried singing, but soon started a family instead, making her sister a happy aunt. Beyoncé sang in a choir and went to dance school at the age of 7, then she and her friends ( LaTavia Robertson, LeToya Luckett, Kelly Rowland ) founded the group called Girl’s Tyme, with which they performed in the talent show called Star Search. Not much later, they received an offer from Columbia Records and that’s when Destiny’s Child was born.

The title of their first album was the same as the band’s name, their first hit was No, No, No (Part 2) , which quickly conquered the American charts. No, No, No (Part 1) and Get On The Bus (which was put together by the now ultra-famous producer Timbaland) were not such a success, but the album still went platinum. All 4 maxi songs copied from their second album also made it to the old continent. These were Bug A Boo, Bills Bills Bills, Jumpin’ Jumpin’ and Say My Name. They won three awards at the 2001 Grammys (best RnB girl group performance, best RnB song, Beyoncé – lyricist of the year). MeanwhileLaTavia and LeToya left the group, the two new girls, Farrah Franklin and Michelle Williams can be seen in the video clips of Say My Name and Jumpin’ Jumpin’. The former left the team after half a year, so only three remained, but they became more successful than ever.

SURVIVOR (2000) Their album Survivor
was released in 2000, which brought them many new fans. Independent Women (Part 1) , which became the theme song of Charlie’s Angels, Survivor, Emotions, Nasty Girl, Bootylicious – these were the clip songs. And Perfect Man was included on the soundtrack of Romeo Must Die, which also went platinum.

Their last album was released in 2004 under the title Destiny Fulfilled, from which the first maxi was Lose My Breath. Then came Soldier, Girl and Cater 2 U. The album became their most mature, most serious disc, the songs got a much more serious text and sound than on the previous projects. At the 2005 World Music Awards, they received the title of best girl group ever, and then officially announced their disbandment. They released another album called #1’s, which included all their hits and a new track, Stand Up 4 Love.

All three spent the time between Survivor and their last album building solo careers. There is no doubt that Beyoncé took it to the max. The song “Work It Out” for the movie Austin Powers was a big hit, and Bee also appeared in the movie. In 2002, he sang a duet with Jay-Z (Bonnie & Clyde ’03) and Luther Vandross (The Closer I Get To You). Both tracks were included on the 2003 album Dangerously In Love, which sold 317,000 copies in the first week and was certified platinum a month later. The first copied song, Crazy In Love, became a huge summer hit, taking it to number one in the US, Canada and the UK, and topped the Billboard charts for an unprecedented 8 weeks. Baby Boy, produced together with Sean Paul, preceded Crazy In Love at the top of the charts by a week. then Me, Myself and I, released in 2004, and Naughty Girl “only” took it to 3rd and 4th place. He won 5 awards at the 2005 Grammy Awards, and he didn’t go home empty-handed at the Brit Awards and the MTV Awards either. In 2005, he produced the track Check On It, which became the soundtrack to the movie The Pink Panther (in which Bee also starred) and also won a few Grammys.

B’DAY (2006-2007)
He released his second solo album on September 4, 2006, his birthday, under the title B’Day. The first song copied was Déja Vu, which was a huge success. The next maxi was Ring The Alarm, which didn’t take him far, but Irreplaceable was still on tap for months. At the same time, Beyoncé also shot a film, as she was one of the main characters in the Oscar-winning musical film Dreamgirls. With the insert belonging to the film, Listen became the next maxi, followed by a duet with Shakira, entitled Beautiful Liar. The latter is not on the B’Day album, but Beyoncé released the B’Day Deluxe Edition in 2007t, which includes seven new songs in addition to the songs from the original album, as well as a DVD for which he created clips for almost all the tracks. In December 2007, the DVD titled The Beyoncé Experience was released, which includes a two-hour concert.

I AM… SASHA FIERCE (2008-2009) In
In the meantime, Beyoncé married Jay-Z, and in October 2008 she appeared with two new maxis. ( If I Were a Boy, Single Ladies Put A Ring On it ) Her third solo album was released in November 2008 under the title I am…Sasha Fierce. Fans could immediately choose between two versions, the standard edition has 10 songs, while the Deluxe Edition has 15 songs. As we have become accustomed to from Beyoncé, she made a music video for a huge song from her third album. For the Video Phone short film, for example, he asked Lady Gaga, who also sang in the song. But Diva, Ego, Sweet Dreams, Halo and Broken-Hearted Girlhis songs were also not left without a video. And the collaboration with Lady Gaga was so successful that Beyoncé lent her voice to Telephone on the album The Fame Monster, and also her face to the scandalous music video made for it. The album was subsequently re-released, this time as a Platinum Edition, which also includes new songs and music videos. Of course, there was a video for one of the new songs, Why Don’t You Love Me. The concert recorded at the Encore Theater was released on the DVD I Am…Yours.

4 (2011)
The singer didn’t hear much about herself for a while, but in the spring of 2011 she returned with another single, which is called Run the World (Girls). His album, 4, is available from June 27 in standard and deluxe versions. At the 2011 VMAs, Beyoncé announced in front of the whole world that she and her husband, Jay-Z, were expecting their first child together. The singer did not leave her fans empty-handed even when she was pregnant, as she released her music videos one after the other, and launched a new live DVD called Live at Roseland: Elements of 4. In early January 2012, Beyoncé gave birth to a healthy baby girl, Blue Ivy Carter was named The singer is already working on two new projects, so she will release a new record or records in 2013.

Desteny’s Child will reunite in 2013, the news was announced together with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams on their twitter page. They will perform at the Superbowl and release a new single and album.

Beyoncé (2013)
Beyoncé almost completely secretly recorded the material for her new album during her tour, which includes her husband Jay-Z. The album hit store shelves on December 13 and contains 14 songs, for which the singer also made music videos in 2014.

In February 2015, the singer’s latest song Fifty Shades of Gray became available.

Lemonade (2016-)

The new disc was put on store shelves in April 2016. The album features co-performers such as Kendrick Lamar, James Blake and The Weeknd. After the release, he will tour the world with The Formation World Tour. In 2017, they collaborated with Jay-Z on DJ Khaled’s song Shinig. She was supposed to perform at the 2017 Coachella festival, but the doctors did not allow her due to her pregnancy. She is currently on maternity leave, although in 2018 she contributed to the song Family Freud on Jay Z’s album 13.
In 2020, he returned in Black is King, which was inspired by The Lion King.

Beyoncé, the fashion dictator
According to the singer’s own admission, she is completely obsessed with work, so it is no wonder that the singer has a reputation as an extremely successful businesswoman. Beyoncé shines her talent not only in the music industry, she also has her own clothing brand called House of Déreon and has already launched several perfumes. Its first fragrance was Heat, which was later followed by Heat Rush, similar to the mother fragrance, but more fruity. Her perfumes Pulse and Pulse Summer are completely different from the first two, and Beyoncé is already working on her newest fragrance, which was released in the United States in the fall under the name Midnight Heat.

In December 2014, she gave her name to an entire artificial nail collection.

Beyoncé Personal life

In December 2006, Beyoncé admitted that she also became depressed in 2000 due to the departure of LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson from Destiny’s Child. The main causes of depression: the attacks of the media at the time regarding the case and the fact that his childhood sweetheart broke up with him. This took several years. Beyoncé said that when she received her first Grammy award with Destiny’s Child, she also struggled with depression during her speech, fearing that no one would take them seriously. These events prompted him to talk to his family and friends. His mother lifted him out of depression.
Since 2002, she has been in a relationship with Jay-Z, one of the most famous rappers in the world, with whom she recorded many successful tracks together. When they made the song 03 Bonnie & Clyde together, there were reports that they were together, but they remained discreet. They officially announced their relationship and engagement in 2007.

They were married on April 4, 2008 in New York. It was announced on April 22, 2008, but Beyoncé did not publicly wear her wedding ring until September 5, 2008, at the Fashion Rocks concert. Finally, Beyoncé presented the video recordings of the wedding at the I Am… Sasha Fierce album party at the Sony Club in Manhattan. Their marriage to Jay-Z proved successful. In the summer of 2011, it was announced that Beyoncé was pregnant. Beyoncé gave birth to her daughter on January 7 at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. The newborn girl was named Blue Ivy Carter. Her father has already written a song for his daughter called ‘Glory’, in which he writes that Beyoncé is already over a miscarriage.
On February 1, 2017, she announced on her Instagram page that she and her husband are expecting twins. On June 18, his father informed him that the twins had arrived. A week after the birth, they also announced their names, the boy’s name: Sir, and the girl’s name: Rumi.

Beyoncé Filmography & Movies

Black Is King (2020) ….
The Lion King (2019) …. Nala (voice)
Lords of Green (2013) – Queen Tara (voice)
Crazy Passion (2009) – Sharon
Cadillac Records – Shiny Black Records (2008 ) – Etta James
Dreamgirls (2006) – Deena Jones
The Pink Panther (2006) – Xania
Temptation in Two Voices (2003) – Lilly
Austin Powers – Golden Tool (2002) – Foxxy Cleopatra
Carmen: A Hip Hop Opera (2001, TV) – Carmen Brown
Beverly Hood (1999) – Girl #1 unconfirmed, uncredited)

Beyoncé Discography

Destiny’s Child – Destiny’s Child (1998)
1. Second Nature 2. No, No, No Part 2 (with Wyclef Jean) 3. With Me Part I. (feat. Jermaine Dupri) 4. Tell Me 5. Bridges 6. No, No, No Part 1 7. With Me Part II. (feat. Master P) 8. Show Me The Way 9. Killing Time 10. Illusion 11. Birthday 12. Sail On 13. My Time Has Come

Destiny’s Child – The Writing’s On The Wall (1999)
1. Intro/The Writings On The Wall 2. So Good 3. Bills, Bills, Bills 4. Confessions 5. Bug A Boo 6. Temptation 7. Now That She’s Gone 8. Where’d You Go 9. Hey Ladies 10. If You Leave 11. Jumpin’, Jumpin’ 12. Say My Name 13. She Can’t Love You 14. Stay 15. Sweet Sixteen 16. Amazing Grace 17. Get On The Bus

Destiny’s Child – Survivor (2001)
1. Independent Women Part I. 2. Survivor 3. Bootylicious 4. Nasty Girl 5. Fancy 6. Apple Pie A La Mode 7. Sexy Daddy 8. Perfect Man 9. Independent Women Part II. 10. Happy Face 11. Dance With Me 12. My Heart Still Beats 13. Emotion 14. Brown Eyes 15. Dangerously In Love 16. The Story Of Beauty 17. Gospel Medley 18. Outro – Thank You

Destiny’s Child – 8 Days of Christmas (2001)
1. 8 Days Of Christmas2. Winter Paradise 3. Christmas Medley 4. Silent Night (feat. Beyoncé) 5. Little Drummer Boy (feat. Solange Knowles) 6. Do You Hear What I Hear (feat. Kelly Rowland) 7. White Christmas 8. Platinum Bells 9. O Holy Night (feat. Michelle Williams) 10. Spread A Little Love On Christmas Day 11. This Christmas 12. Opera Of The Bells

Destiny’s Child – This Is The Remix (2002)
1. No, No, No Part II (extended version feat. Wyclef Jean) 2. Emotion (Neptunes’ remix) 3. Bootylicious (Rockwilder remix) 4. Say My Name (Timbaland remix) 5. Bug A Boo (Refugee Camp remix) feat. Wyclef Jean) 6. Dot (E-Poppi mix) 7. Survivor (extended version remix feat. Da Brat) 8. Independent Women Part II 9. Nasty Girl (Azza’s Nu Soul mix) 10. Jumpin’, Jumpin’ ( extended version remix feat. Lil Bow Wow/JD/Da Brat) 11. Bills, Bills, Bills (Maurice’s Xclusive Livegig mix) 12. So Good (Maurice’s Soul remix) 13. Heard A Word (bonus track, from “Michelle Williams’ forthcoming album “My Heart To Yours”)

Destiny’s Child – Destiny Fulfilled (2004)
1. Lose My Breath 2. Soldier 3. Cater 2 U 4. T-Shirt 5. Is She The Reason 6. Girl7. Bad Habit 8. If 9. Free 10. Through With Love 11. Love 12. Game Over

Destiny’s Child – #1’s (2005)
1. Stand Up 4 Love 2. Independent Women Part I. 3. Survivor 4. Soldier 5. Check On It (Beyoncé feat. Slim Thug) 6. Jumpin’ 7. Lose My Breath 8. Say My Name 9. Emotion 10. Bug A Boo 11. Bootylicious 12. Bills, Bills, Bills 13. Girl 14. No, No, No Part 2 (with Wyclef Jean) 15. Cater 2 U 16. Feel The Same Way I Do

Beyoncé – Dangerously In Love (2003)
1. Crazy In Love (feat. Jay-Z) 2. Naughty Girl 3 Baby Boy (feat. Sean Paul) 4. Hip Hop Star 5. Be With You 6. Me, Myself And I7. Yes 8. Signs 9. Speechless 10. That’s How You Like It (feat. Jay-Z) 11. The Closer I Get To You (Duet With Luther Vandross) 12. Dangerously In Love 2 13. Beyoncé Interlude 14. Gift From Virgo 15. Work It Out 16. Bonnie & Clyde ’03 (feat. Jay-Z) + Daddy (Hidden Track)

Beyoncé – Live At Wembley (Audio CD + Concert DVD) 2004
CD: 1. Wishing On A Star 2. What’s It Gonna Be 3. My First Time 4. Krazy In Luv (Maurice’s Nu Soul Remix) 5. Baby Boy (Junior’s World Remix) 6. Naughty Girl (Calderone Quayle Club Mix)

Beyoncé – B’Day (2006)
1. Deja Vu (feat. Jay-Z) 2. Get Me Bodied 3. Suga Mama 4. Upgrade U (feat. Jay-Z) 5. Ring The Alarm 6. Kitty Kat 7. Freakum Dress 8. Green Light 9. Irreplaceable 10. Resentment 11. Check On It
Hidden Tracks: Listen, Get Me Bodied Extended Version

Beyoncé – B’Day DeLuxe Edition (2007)
1. Beautiful Liar (feat. Shakira) 2. Irreplaceable 3. Green Light 4. Kitty Kat 5. Welcome To Hollywood 6. Upgrade U 7. Flaws And All 8. If 9. Get Me Bodied (Extended Mix) 10. Freakum Dress 11. Suga Mama 12. Deja Vu (feat. Jay-Z) 13. Ring The Alarm 14. Resentment 15. Listen 16. World Wide Woman 17. Check On It 18. Amor Gitano 19. Beautiful Liar Remix

Beyoncé – The Beyoncé Experience: Live At Staples Center DVD (2007)

Beyoncé – I AM… Sasha Fierce (2008)
Disc 1: 1. If I Were A Boy 2. Halo 3. Disappear 4. Broken-Hearted Girl 5. Ave Maria 6. Satellites
Disc 2: 1. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) 2. Radio3. Diva 4. Sweet Dreams 5. Video Phone

Beyoncé – I AM… Sasha Fierce Deluxe Edition (2008)
Disc 1: 1. If I Were A Boy 2. Halo 3. Disappear 4. Broken-Hearted Girl 5. Ave Maria 6. Smash Into You 7. Satellites 8. That’s Why You’re Beautiful
Disc 2: 1. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) 2. Radio 3. Diva 4. Sweet Dreams 5. Video Phone 6. Hello 7. Ego 8. Scared Of Lonely

Beyoncé – I AM… Sasha Fierce Platinum Edition (2009)
CD: 1. Single Ladies (Put a Ring On it) 2. Diva 3. Ego 4. Halo 5. If I Were A Boy 6. Smash Into You 7. Sweet Dreams 8. Broken-Hearted Girl 9. Scared of Lonely 10. That’s Why You’re Beautiful 11. Hello 12. Radio 13. Video Phone 14. Ego (Remix feat. Kanye West) 15. Why Don’t You Love Me 16. Honesty 17. Save the Hero 18. Satellites 19. Disappear 20. Ave Maria
DVD (Music Videos): 1. If I Were a Boy 2. Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it) 3. Diva 4. Halo 5. Broken-Hearted Girl 6. Ego (Remix feat. Kanye West) 7. Ego (Fan Exclusive) 8. Sweet Dreams 9. Behind the Scenes: The Videos

Beyoncé – I Am… Yours – An Intimate Performance in the Encore Theater DVD (2009)

Beyoncé – 4 (2011)
1. 1+1
 2. I Care 3. I Miss You 4. Best Thing I Never Had 5. Party 6. Rather Die Young 7. Start Over 8. Love On Top 9. Countdown 10. End Of Time 11. I Was Here 12. Run The World (Girls)
Deluxe Edition Bonus Disc: 1. Lay Up Under Me 2. Schoolin’ Life  3. Dance For You  4. Run The World (Girls) (Kaskade Club Remix) 5 .Run The World (Girls) (RedtopClub Remix) 6. Run The World (Girls) (Jochen Simms Club Remix)

Beyoncé – Live at Roseland: Elements Of 4 DVD (2011)

Beyonce – Beyonce (2013)

1. Pretty Hurts 2. Haunted 3. Drunk in Love (featuring Jay Z) 4. Blow 5. No Angel 6. Partition 7. Jealous 8. Rocket 9. Mine (featuring Drake) 10. XO 11. Flawless (featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) 12. Superpower (featuring Frank Ocean) 13. Heaven 14. Blue (featuring Blue Ivy)

Beyonce – Lemonade (2016)

1. Pray You Catch Me 2. Hold Up 3. Don’t Hurt Yourself (feat. Jack White) 4. Sorry 5. 6 Inch (feat. The Weeknd) 6. Daddy Lessons 7. Love Drought 8. Sandcastles 9. Forward (feat. James Blake) 10. Freedom (feat. Kendrick Lamar) 11. All Night 12.Formation

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