Beyoncé Giselle Knowles is an rhythm and blues, pop and soul singer who has a net worth of $ 450 million.
Beyonce was born in Houston on September 4, 1981. At the age of nine Beyonce decided to set up her first musical group. After several embryonic formations with several friends of the neighborhood that did not fructify, his father, Matthew, convinced of the attitudes and the possibilities of the girl, decided to become its producer, manager, and Musical mentor and then Destiny’s Child was born.
Destiny’s Child became the most famous female R & B group in history, with more than 33 million albums sold worldwide, her charisma, beauty, and talent have made her one of the musical divas of the moment. This group managed to sell more than 60 million records, being the most outstanding songs Lose my breath and Soldier. In 2005, this group was dissolved.
In 2003 Beyoncé presented her first solo album, Dangerously in Love, in which she performed as a songwriter, singer, producer (along with her inseparable father) and mixer. Dangerously in love was number 1 and multiplatinum, and won five Grammy Awards in 2004, including best contemporary R & B album and best R & B song by Crazy In Love. With this triumph, the performer matched the record reached by Lauryn Hill (1999), Alicia Keys (2001) and Norah Jones (2002) in a number of Grammys achieved in a single year by a female artist.
Beyoncé released her second solo album, B’Day, in September 2006. In addition to her musical career, Beyoncé began a thriving career as an actress in the new century with her performance in MTV Carmen: A Hip Hopera (2001) ) By Robert Townsend. Later, he would exhibit his comic visage with the role of Foxxy Cleopatra in the Austin Powers film in Golden Member (2002), by Jay Roach, starring Mike Myers. He also starred in Jonathan Lynn’s The Fighting Temptations (2003) and a remake of Shawn Levy’s Pink Panther (2006) with Steve Martin.
But the most important role to date would come with Bill Condon’s Dreamgirls (2006), a film based on the Broadway musical of the same title and inspired by the celebrated trio of the 1960s The Supremes. The leader of this new trio film could not be other than Beyoncé (Deena Jones), who appeared in the cast accompanied by stars like Jamie Foxx and Eddie Murphy.