Analysis Of Beyonce Knowles 's ' The Queen B ' Essay

1484 Words Nov 14th, 2016 6 Pages
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles born September 4, 1981 in the heart of the deep south Houston, Texas. Beyoncé first captured the music industry by being the lead vocalist of the R&B group Destiny’s Child, where she later established a solo career. She has become one of the music industries top-selling artist, with an array of awards and sold-out tours under her belt. Knowles is an all around performer, also being starred in several films, with one of her most famous being Dream Girls. Knowles has released six studio albums with her most recent Lemonade, leaving the world wondering whom “Becky with the good hair was.” Other than her vigorous performance lifestyle, Beyoncé is a wife to well-known hip-hop artist Jay-Z and a mother to their four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
Beyoncé Knowles, “The Queen B” has been empowering women around the world since her solo career has taken off. She has prided herself on becoming the woman the world should fear. The woman that knows what she brings to the table and is not afraid to eat alone. The woman who empowers other women to get up and make the most of themselves regardless of the worldview and stigma on them. Beyoncé has given herself and women around the world the “go-getter” attitude needed when it comes to having success through a career. President Barack Obama even noted that the superstar “there could not be a better role model for my girls than her.” Wow! What an achievement, to be the toughest, headstrong woman seen around the…

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