Famous as :R&B singer
Birth Name :Beyonce Giselle Knowles
Birth Date :September 04, 1981
Birth Place :Houston, Texas, USA
Claim to fame :Album "Dangerously in Love" (2003)
all kinds of fabrics. She just turned everything into masterpieces, and that's what my mother does," so she said on the line which features denim, handbags, casual sportswear, furs and footwear.
Time went on and on and back into the studio, Beyonce worked on her second solo album "B'Day" while also was filming her another movie "Dreamgirls", the Bill Condon-directed film adaptation of the Broadway show of the same name due to hit worldwide theaters December 22nd, 2006. Co-produced, wrote and arranged all the tracks on the set, Beyonce moreover also had boyfriend Jay-Z featured on the first single of the album, tentatively titled "Deja Vu", which was a top 5 hit in the U.S., a #1 hit on the U.S. R&B chart and peaked at #1 in the UK. Was released worldwide on September 4, and on September 5, 2006 in the U.S. to coincide with the celebration of Beyonce's twenty-fifth birthday, "B'Day" amazingly sold more than 540,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week in stores, coming in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making it her highest selling first week as a solo artist.
She had a second 'birthday' after releasing "B'Day [Deluxe Edition]" on ...
April 3, 2007. The double CD took in materials both in English and Spanish that didn't make it to the first. This was the same record that sparked a feud between her and singer Des'ree. Included in the record was a track titled "Still in Love (Kissing You)" which was the remake of Des'ree's hit "I'm Kissing You". Beyonce was claimed trespassing the copyright law by not completing the terms and conditions that clearly stated that the song should not be re-titled or made a video. Des'ree as the co-writer of the song sought justice by filing a lawsuit and demanding a $150,000 compensation. While waiting for the court decision, the album was withdrawn from the market and shortly after re-released without the problematic track. In August 2007, Beyonce confirmed during an interview with USAToday.com that she will be back in the studio in December to work on the follow up of 'B'Day'. Among the confirmed collaborators is Timbaland. In a statement released in November 2007, Beyonce said that she will make a dance record.
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