The pop icon who was remarkably known as the lead singer of the '90s girl group Destiny's Child. Also made an appearance in the movie 'The Lion King' (2019) as well.
September 4, 1981
Houston, Texas, United States
Beyoncé entered the spotlight in the ’90s as a member of the American girl group called Destiny’s Child. After the group disbanded in 2003, her success continued as a solo artist. This paved the way for the release of her famed songs, including ‘Black Parade’ (2020), ‘Perfect Duet’ (2017), ‘Hold Up’ (2016), and ‘Run the World (Girls)’ (2011), among others. Beyoncé also headlined several musical events such as the 2011 Glastonbury Festival and the 2018 Coachella Music Festival. Aside from her musical career, she also appeared in several movies, including ‘Dreamgirls’ (2006) and ‘The Lion King’ (2019).
Her name Beyoncé was a tribute to her mother’s maiden name Beyincé.
She created her alter ego, Sasha Fierce, in order to overcome her shyness during performances.