Beyoncé Knowles was born on September 4, 1981, in Texas. She is an internationally famous singer and actress. She holds a huge variety of music awards and sold over 100 million albums worldwide. In 2003, her album Dangerously in Love received five Grammy awards. As of today, Beyoncé is one of the most famous performers of the 21st century.
When Beyoncé was 7 years old, she became interested in dancing. Her dancing teacher was the first one to notice Beyoncé’s talent and she convinced the girl that she has a gift. Beyoncé went on to participate in various dancing contents. At one of them, she performed John Lennon’s “Imagine” and conquered the hearts of the audience. Beyoncé’s parents offered her tremendous support. Her father Matthew Knowles decided to become a producer and helped Beyoncé establish her own girl band. Girls Tyme rehearsed at Beyoncé’s home and gave local concerts. They constantly participated in various contests.
In 1995, Knowles signed the first contract with Electra Records. The label didn’t like the name of the group and changed it to “Destiny’s Child”. The band released five studio albums, 4 of which were immensely popular in both US and Europe. All of them received platinum status. The band received two Grammy awards. The band fell apart in 2002 and Knowles went on to a solo career.