Beyonce Giselle Knowles-Carter, better known by her stage name Beyonce, is an R&B singer who rose to prominence as the main singer of Destiny's Child, an all-girls group that included Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Beyonce began a solo career after a hugely successful spell with the group, which became one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time. Her solo career got off to a fast start, with her debut album winning five Grammy Awards and selling more than 11 million copies worldwide. She had shown an early interest in singing and dancing as a child, and she had routinely participated in local talent events. She had a pleasant surprise for her school's author.
She formed a girls’ group while she was still very young with some of her friends. Her father recognized the potential his daughter had and decided to become her manager. Her group, which later became famous as Destiny’s Child, went on to become a highly popular music group following which Beyonce ventured into an even more successful solo career as a singer and actress.
Many thew Knowles and Tina Knowles are her parents. Her mother worked as a hairdresser and salon owner, while her father worked as a sales manager.
She went to St. Mary's Elementary School and learned to dance there as well. She has always enjoyed singing and has done so since she was a child.
In 1990, she began attending Parker Elementary School, a music magnet school, as well as the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, before transferring to Alief Elsik High School.
When she was eight years old, she auditioned for an all-girl entertainment group. She was placed in a group named Girl's Tyme with three other girls, along with Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson.
Motivated by the success of her girls’ group, Beyonce embarked on a solo career with her debut solo album, ‘Dangerously in Love’ in 2003. The songs included uptempos and ballads inspired by R&B and soul genres with elements of hip hop and Arabic music. The album was a huge hit which established her as a solo star.
She released her next album, ‘B’Day’ on her 25th birthday, 4 September, 2006. The music style of the album is borrowed from a range of styles like funk, hip hop and R&B that were popular during the 1970s-80s. The album was reviewed very positively.
'Dangerously in Love,' her debut album, was the one that sealed her status as a solo performer. The album, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 list in the United States, was a commercial and critical success, earning her five Grammy Awards.
'B'Day' was her best-selling debut album in its first week. The smash singles 'Déjà vu,' 'Irreplaceable,' and 'Beautiful Liar' were among them. It was a multi-platinum triumph not only in the United States but also overseas.
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