Beyoncé top singer - biography, information, personal life

Published At: 18 June 2020 , 07:33 AM

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter (Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter), better known only as Beyoncé. Born September 4, 1981, in Houston. American singer in the style of R'n'B, music producer, actress, dancer, and model.

Name: Beyonce (Beyonce) 

Real Name: Beyonce Knowles-Carter 

Birthday: September 4, 1981 (38 years old) 

Place of birth: Houston Texas the USA 

Height: 169 cm Weight: 59 kg 

Zodiac sign: Virgo ( characteristic ) 

East horoscope: Rooster 

Career: Foreign musicians

As a child, she participated in various vocal and dance competitions; she also participated in various art performances at the school. Knowles became famous in the late 1990s, being a soloist with the female R&B group Destiny's Child. During the split, Destiny's Child Knowles released her debut solo album, Dangerously in Love (2003), which included hits such as Crazy in Love and Baby Boy, and which became one of the most successful albums of 2003. Knowles received a record five Grammys for this album. In 2006, a year after the band broke up, Knowles released the album B'Day. He took the first line on the Billboard charts and included hits "Déjà Vu," "Irreplaceable," and "Beautiful Liar." Her third solo album, I Am ... Sasha Fierce, released in November 2008, included the single hit ladies (Put a Ring on It). The album and its singles earned six Grammy Award, which was a record for the singer. Beyoncé is one of the most successful Grammy artists to receive 20 awards, 17 of which she received as a solo artist and three as a member of Destiny's Child. Beyonce has a voice of 3.5 octaves. 

Beyonce Knowles began her acting career in 2001, appearing in the musical film Carmen: Hip Hopper.

In 2006, she starred in the lead film adaptation of the 1981 Broadway musical Dream Girls, for which she nominated for a Golden Globe. In 2004, Knowles launched the House of Deréon family clothing line and signed a contract with Pepsi, Tommy Hilfiger, Armani, and L'Oréal. In 2010, Forbes magazine placed Knowles on the second line in the list of 100 most influential celebrities globally; she also included in the list of the most influential musicians in the world. Time magazine included Knowles in the list of 100 most influential people in the world. Knowles finished fifth in the Hot 100 singles number one as a solo artist and fourth with Destiny's Child, as a solo artist, she sold over 35 million albums and singles in the United States. According to Sony's record company, its total record sales in the group exceeded 100 million. On December 11, 2009, Billboard declared Knowles, the most successful performer of the 2000s and the leading radio performer of the decade. In February 2010, the RIAA registered her as the artist with the highest number of RIAA certificates in a decade.

Knowles' father is African American, and his mother is Creole (there were African Americans, Native Americans, and French in the family). Knowles was given a name in honor of the mother's maiden name. She has a younger sister, Solange, songwriter, and actress. Knowles went to St. Mary's Elementary School, Texas, where she took ballet and jazz classes. Knowles' interest in music and performances appeared after she participated in the school talent competition. She sang John Lennon's Imagine and won the game. When Knowles was seven years old, the press turned her attention to the newspaper Houston Chronicle mentioned her as the nominee for the award for artistic achievements of The Sammy. In 2010, a 60-minute film released that talked about what she did at home as a child (and how she prays before each performance is a childhood habit). In the fall of 1990, Knowles entered the Parker Houston High School with a musical focus, where she performed on stage with a school choir. She also attended high school with an in-depth study of fine arts in Houston and later enrolled at Alief Elsik Houston High School. For two years, she sang in the choir.

At the age of 8, while listening to a pop group of girls, Knowles met Latavia Robinson. They, along with Knowles's girlfriend, Kelly Rowland, were selected for the rap dance group. Initially, the group was called Girl's Tyme, and its composition expanded to 6 people. To look at them, the new R&B producer Arne Frager flew to Houston. Then he took them to The Plant Recording Studios in Northern California. In addition to signing a contract with a major record label, Frager's strategy was for the band to perform on Star Search, the largest national talent show. Girl's Tyme participated in the contest, but, according to Knowles, lost due to a bad song.

After this defeat, Knowles experienced the first "professional failure," but she gained confidence by learning that pop stars such as Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake also had similar experiences. In 1995, Father Knowles (who was selling medical equipment at that time) quit his job to lead the group. He devoted his time to creating a "training course" for their preparation. Shortly after being included in the Rowland group, Matthew cut the line-up to four people, including Latoya Lackett. Rehearsing at Tina's hairdresser and in the backyards, the group continued to perform at the opening act of recognized girlish R&B groups. Throughout the existence of Destiny's Child, Tina helped with the creation of costumes. With Matthew's support, they went to auditions at various record companies and finally signed a contract with Elektra Records. To work on their first album, they moved to Atlanta, but in 1995 the company broke the contract. The group had to go back to start all over again. This put the Knowles family in an awkward position, and Beyoncé's parents broke up when she was 14 years old. In 1996, the family reunited again, and, fortunately, the girls signed a contract with Columbia Records.