Beyonce’s fame began in the late 90’s as the lead singer of one of the best-selling girl groups in history, Destiny’s Child. With the group, Beyonce received her first of many achievements including three Soul Train Lady Awards, four Billboard Hot 100 hits such as No, No, No and Say My Name, and two Grammy awards. The hiatus of the group introduced Beyonce as a highly-potential solo artist with the release of her 2003 debut album Dangerously in Love, earning five Grammy awards and debuting at the top of the Billboard 200 chart with hits like Crazy in Love, Baby Boy, and Naughty Girl. Often touring with Jay-Z you're sure to enjoy a Beyonce concert.
All of Beyonce’s albums have all been highly acclaimed, achieved countless awards, and released empowering big hits like If I Were a Boy, Run the World (Girls), and Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It), Halo, and Irreplaceable. The release of her third album, I Am... Sasha Fierce, formally introduced her performance alter ego, Sasha Fierce, who was established during the making of the ‘03 hit Crazy in Love. In addition to singing, Beyonce has established an acting career in movies such as Cadillac Records, Dreamgirls, and Obsessed. Besides redefining pop music with her R&B fluency, Beyonce has become an inspiration and role model to artists, scientists, and her fans through her convolute choreography, classic golden locks, and her charitable campaign BeyGOOD, which supports and promotes charities related to civil rights, female empowerment, environmental causes, and disaster relief. Some other notable achievements would include performances at both of President Obama’s inaugurations, multiple Super Bowl halftime shows, headlining Coachella, and producing her a fashion line along with the many endorsements she has.