Beyoncé


About Beyoncé

In the 2000s, no pop star was as poised, as polished, or as generally fierce as Beyoncé. She scored early success with Destiny’s Child, who started out as a sexier and sassier (if less adult) version of TLC, then steadily became more and more of a vehicle for Beyoncé’s operatic vocals and general diva-tude — which may have been the plan all along.

Whether appearing in TV spots, co-starring in films like Dream Girls, or marrying Jay Z, Beyoncé was omnipresent in the 2000s. And though her female-empowerment anthems didn’t seem to offer much for women who lacked her superpowers to relate to, almost everybody loved shiny, hip-hop-fueled hits like Crazy in Love (Put It In Yo Mouth Remix), and Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) anyway.

Beyoncé's Albums

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