Beyoncé (born September 4, 1981) is an American singer, songwriter and actress of Destiny’s Child and then a successful solo career.
At the age of nine, Beyoncé and her childhood friends founded the rap group Destiny’s Child (originally called Girl’s Tyme) in 1990. In 1992, Star Search lost on a television talent show and was eliminated from the record deal three years later before the album was released.
In 1997, Destiny’s Child was interrupted by a record deal with Columbia and then by his debut album of the same name, which released the hit single “No, No, No Part 2”. Their next album, The Writing’s on the Wall (1999), the band won two Grammy Awards and sold more than eight million copies in the United States. Survivor (2001), the band’s third album, reached number one on the Billboard 200.
Beyoncé was clearly the leader of the group and wrote hits for Destiny’s Child, such as the challenging “Bootylicious”. Finally, the group discusses ways to monitor individual projects. Beyoncé used her composing talent to write her first solo album Dangerously in Love (2003). The album debuted in rave reviews and with the help of the cheerful single “Crazy in Love”, played by rapper Jay-Z, reached the top of the charts around the world. In 2004, Beyoncé won five Grammy Awards, including Best Current R&B Album and Best Female R&B Singing Performance.