Last Updated: 01 Sep, 2023 | Views: 358
Other Profession(s): Actress, Business Women, Singer, Dancer, Producer, Director, Song writer
Famous For: Iconic pop superstar “Queen Bey”
Higher Education: High School
American singer-songwriter Beyoncé was born in Texas. Prior to starting a hugely successful solo career, she originally gained notoriety in the 1990s as the singer of the Recording artist group Destiny's Child. While a student at St. Mary's Elementary School, she acquired dance skills. She's always loved to sing. She began attending the music magnet Parker Elementary School in 1990, and after finishing the High School for the Performance and Visual Arts, she continued on to Alief Elsik High School.
In 2002: "'03 Bonnie & Clyde," Beyoncé's debut solo album, was released.
In 2004: At Super Bowl XXXVIII, Beyoncé sang the national anthem.
In 2006: B'Day, Beyoncé's second solo album, was released, and it quickly sold 541,000 copies.
In 2007: B'Day was listed for five Grammy Awards at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards.
In 2008: The musical biography Cadillac Records, in which Beyoncé played blues artist Etta James, saw her further develop her acting career.
In 2016: Beyoncé dropped "Formation" and its music video.
Beyoncé worked with J Balvin and Willy William to remix the song "Mi Gente" in September 2017
In 2019: The voice of Nala was provided by Beyoncé for the movie The Lion King.
Beyoncé appeared on the "Savage" remix by Megan Thee Stallion in 2020.
Beyoncé formally unveiled Renaissance, her 7 studio album, in 2022.
Achievements and Awards:
Beyoncé is the recipient of nine BET Awards.
Beyoncé has won 17 Grammy Awards
According to Forbes, Beyoncé was the highest-earning woman in music for a second straight year in November.
She received the 2012 World Humanitarian Day ambassador title.