Beyoncé is an American singer and actress who was born on September 4, 1981. Beyoncé was born and reared in Houston, Texas, where she competed in singing and dancing competitions as a child. She rose to stardom as the main singer of Destiny's Child, one of the best-selling girl groups of all time, in the late 1990s. During their sabbatical, she released her debut solo album, Dangerously in Love (2003), which included the number-one singles "Crazy in Love" and "Baby Boy" on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Michael Jackson is Beyoncé's biggest musical influence. Beyoncé claimed to have learned her mission when she was five years old and went to her first ever concert, where Jackson performed. "If it wasn't for Michael Jackson, I would never have performed," Beyoncé stated when she presented him with a tribute award at the World Music Awards in 2006. Tina Turner affected Beyoncé greatly: "Tina Turner is someone I love because she made her strength feminine and sensual," she said. Diana Ross, who she describes as a "all-around entertainer," and Whitney Houston, who she says "motivated me to get up there and do what she did," are two women she admires.
Beyoncé has been described as having a broad sex appeal, with music critic Touré noting that she has "become a crossover sex symbol" since the release of Dangerously in Love. Beyoncé claims that while she enjoys dressing sexily offstage, her onstage attire "is totally for the stage." In the 2000s, the media frequently used the phrase "bootylicious" (a portmanteau of the terms "booty" and "delicious") to characterize Beyoncé, a term popularized by Destiny's Child's hit of the same name, due to her curves and the term's catchiness. It was included in the Oxford English Dictionary in 2006.
Ntsiki Mazwai, commonly known as Street Queen, is a South African musician, composer, and entrepreneur who was born on September 3, 1990.
Her major line of business is designing and selling dress materials and beaded jewelry.
She has been a part of the music industry since 2002, and she has contributed to it with a number of songs and projects.
Dr. Thami Mazwai and Belende Vabaza Mazwai gave birth to Ntsiki Mazwai on September 3rd, 1990.They were historians in South Africa. Nomsa Mazwai and Thandiswa Mazwai are her two sisters.
In Soweto, South Africa, Ntsiki Mazwai completed her basic and secondary school education. She earned her bachelor's degree in marketing from a prominent South African university.
For almost 17 years, Ntsiki Mazwai has been a part of the South African music scene. She began her career as an underground singer in 2002, and her breakthrough single, Light Up My Life, was released in 2004.
The song was favorably appreciated by music enthusiasts, and it was also featured in DJ Fresh's 2013 music album Sgubhu Sa Mampela, which was released in two volumes.
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