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Beyonce

Artist Project!
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Ivonne Sarabia

on 23 November 2011

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By: Ivonne Sarabia Beyoncé Giselle Knowles
Born in Houston, Texas on September 4, 1981 Beyoncé attended St. Mary's Elementary School
in Texas, where she enrolled in dance
classes, including ballet and jazz. She is the daughter of Mathew Knowles and
Tina Knowles
Knowles' father is African American and her mother is of Creole (African, Native American, and French) descent
Beyoncé is the elder sister of Solange, a singer-songwriter and actress. As a Child In 1988 Beyoncé entered her first talent
show at age 7
She sang John Lennon's "Imagine"
She won and received a standing ovation Beyoncé
and her
father At the age of eight, Beyoncé was placed in a singing and dancing group. The group was made up of
six girls including LaTavia Roberson and Kelly Rowland. The group was called Gyrls Time.
In 1995 the group
got a contract with
Columbia Records The group changed
their name to Destiny's
Child in 1993 Destiny's Child
recorded their major label
début song, "Killing Time"
for the soundtrack to the
1997 film, Men in Black The group released their first debut
album, scoring their first major
hit "No, No, No" In 1999 the group released
their second album titled
"The Writings on the Wall"
The CD sold over 8 million copies "Jumpin' Jumpin'"
was the group's first
number-one single
and "Say My Name"
became their most
popular song later on "Say My Name" won the Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and the Best R&B Song at the 43rd Grammy Awards. Beyoncé fell into a depression
after the controversy and after
her boyfriend of seven years
ended the relationship.
Her mother helped her through
the hard experience. In 2000, the group which was
now Beyoncé , Kelly Rowland, and
Michelle Williams recorded "Independent
Women Part 1" which topped the Billboard
Hot 100 for eleven consecutive weeks
In 2001- their third album named Survivor
was released and debuted at number one on U.S.Billboard 200
It sold over 11 million copies and the album earned the group a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance
After their success at the Grammy's
it was announced that the girls wanted
to pursue their solo careers In 2002, Beyoncé became
the first black woman to win
ASCAP's Pop Songwriter of
the Year Award. Beyoncé's father left his
job to dedicate full-time to
manage the girls
The group competed
in "Star Search" a national
TV show, but they
lost and the group was cut
down to four girls. In late 1999 LeToya and LaTavia
withdrew from the group and filed
a lawsuit against the group
for breach of contract.
They were replaced by Michelle
Williams and Farrah Franklin but
Farrah quit after five months for
personal reasons.

In 2002 In her big-screen debut, Beyoncé plays
Foxxy Cleopatra in the Austin Power's movie
Goldmember, which tops the box office and
makes $73.1 million its first weekend. Beyoncé also starred
in the romantic comedy
film The Fighting Temptations
In October 2002
Beyoncé was featured
on Jay-Z's single and rumors
circulated about them
being in a relationship In 2003 Beyoncé
released her debut solo
album, Dangerously in Love It debuted at number one on the
Billboard 200 and sold 317,000
copies in its first week The album's lead single, "Crazy in Love,"
spent eight weeks at No. 1 and
became the summer's party anthem. -The album led Beyoncé to win five awards at the 46th Grammy Awards
They were:
-Best Contemporary R&B Album
-Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
-Best R&B Song
-Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
-Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals
In November 2003, her Dangerously in Love Tour began in Europe In 2004 Beyoncé rejoined Kelly and Michelle to release their fourth and final album, Destiny Fulfilled The album debuts at Number 2
selling more than 497,000
copies its first week In 2006, Beyoncé takes a leading-lady role
in The Pink Panther.
The movie remake hits No. 1 and
earns $20.2 million opening weekend. In March 2006
the ladies received
a star on Hollywood's
Walk of Fame

Celebrating her birthday, she released her second studio album, B'Day, in September 2006. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 selling 541,000 copies in its first week and has been certified three times Platinum by the RIAA.
Beyoncé launches House of Deréon – a high-end clothing
company named after her maternal grandmother – with her
mother and former stylist Tina. "It's a little vintage and a
little couture," Beyoncé says in an interview with PEOPLE
Magazine Her single "Irreplaceable" becomes her
fourth No. 1 single as a solo artist.
At the 2007 Grammys she wins Best
Contemporary R&B album for B'Day. My absolute favorite
performance of her!! "Irreplaceable" spent ten consecutive
weeks at number one on the Billboard
Hot 100, becoming Knowles' fourth
number-one single as solo artist
Beyoncé also records
the sing in Spanish
and becomes a hit in
Spanish speaking
countries.


In December 2006, Beyoncé starred in Dreamgirls, a film adaptation of the 1981 Broadway musical about a 1960s singing group. She recorded the original song, "Listen". Her role earned her two Golden Globe Award nominations in 2007 for Best Actress and Best Original Song. On April 10, 2007, Beyoncé commenced
her first solo worldwide concert tour,
The Beyoncé Experience.
The tour visited over ninety venues worldwide
It was later made into the concert DVD, The Beyoncé Experience Live! B'Day received five nominations at the 49th Grammy Awards:
-Best Contemporary R&B Album
-Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
-Best R&B Song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration
-The Freemasons club mix of "Déjà Vu" was nominated for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical.
The album won the award for Best Contemporary R&B Album.
The following year:
-B'Day received two nominations for Record of the Year for "Irreplaceable"
-Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "Beautiful Liar"
Knowles' also received a Grammy nomination for her work on Dreamgirls Beyoncé is the first nonmodel
and nonathlete to land the cover
of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue

In May, she is named one of PEOPLE's Most Beautiful On April 4, 2008
Beyoncé and Jay-Z
secretly wed in New York The couple was ranked as Hollywood's
top-earning couple, with a combined
total of $162 million Forbes magazine reported that Knowles earned $80 million between June 1, 2007 to June 1, 2008 for her music, tour, films, and fashion business Beyoncé released her third studio album
I Am... Sasha Fierce, on November 14, 2008.
The album introduces Knowles' alter-ego "Sasha Fierce". "The double album allows me to take more risks and really step out of myself," she says of her No.1 album, "or shall I say, step more into myself, and reveal a side of me that only people who know me see." It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and sold 482,000 copies in its first week, giving Beyoncé her third consecutive number one album in the US. "Single Ladies" spent four non-consecutive weeks at number one on Billboard Hot 100. Its music video has achieved fame for its intricate choreography, which has been credited as having started the "first major dance craze of both the new millennium and the Internet" The music video received nine nominations
at the MTV Video Music Awards on 2009 and
ultimately won the award for Video of the
Year and an additional two awards Beyoncé starred in the musical
biopic Cadillac Records in December 2008
she played as blues singer, Etta James She performed James' classic hit "At Last" at
The Neighborhood Inaugural Ball of Barack
Obama and his wife Michelle's first dance as
President and First Lady of the United States
on January 20, 2009. In March 2009 Beyoncé starts
her "I am...Tour" the tour earned
Knowles about $103.2 million
for its 108 shows In April 2009, Beyoncé starred in the thriller film, Obsessed. The film grossed $11.1 million on its first day of release and ended its opening weekend at number one with a total of $28.5 million In 2009 Beyoncé is number one on the
"Top Best-Paid Celebs Under 30" list with
over $87 million in earnings between
2008 and 2009 At the 52nd Grammy Awards Beyoncé ultimately set the record for the most Grammy awards won on a single night by a female artist, when she won six awards from her ten nominations:
-Song of the Year
-Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
-Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
-Best Contemporary R&B Album
-Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance After a six month vacation, Beyoncé's fourth studio album
"4" was released on June 24, 2011 and it debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, with first-week sales of 310,000 copies Beyoncé received the Billboard Millennium Award and performed her new single, "Run the World (Girls)," for the first time on network television. Beyonce's New York concerts at Roseland ballroom sold out in 22 seconds following
the sales opening
For these four special nights, August 14, 16, 18 and 19, she performed her new songs to a standing room only audience On August 28, 2011 Beyoncé
announced that she and Jay-Z
were expecting their first child
After learning about Beyoncé's life
I have gained a lot of respect for her.
She has worked very hard since she was
a toddler to become the outstanding and
great person she is today. She manages
to stay humble even thought she is known
worldwide, she sets an example for other
artists. People all around the world are fans
of the extraordinary performer. She has set and
broken unimaginable records and has won
many well deserved awards including the Billdoard
Millenium Award.
Beyoncé has touched and inspired others and
she will definitely be remembered as one of the
most successful entertainers in the 21st century. According to the conversations that I had
with some of my friends, they all know who
Beyoncé is. I asked them to tell me what they knew about her. They know that she is a
singer/songwriter and she used to be in the singing group Destiny's Child. They know she is married to Jay-Z and she is expecting a child.
I asked them which was their favorite song out of all of Beyoncé's songs and the most mentioned where "Halo" "Diva" and "Party".
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