World Wide Woman is not only a song by her but one way to describe the powerful force in the music industry Beyoncé, known to her dearest fans as “Queen Bey”. When you speak about greatness and elegance you must acknowledge Beyoncé. She has made some of the most influential songs that women across the world can relate to. From the chart topper Me, Myself, And I from the Dangerously In Love album to Irreplaceable from the B’Day Deluxe Edition; women [and some men] have been singing right along with Beyoncé.
In 2003 Beyoncé stepped away from the infamous group Destiny’s Child and started her consistently evolving solo career. Since then she has defined herself as the head Diva in the game winning a Grammy for Song of the Year in 2009 for the hit Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) which became the theme song for all single ladies as soon as it was released. Not only does she sing but the woman can act as well! Beyoncé held rolls in The Fighting Temptations, Dreamgirls, and most recently portrayed Etta James in Cadillac Records. It’s evident that people have to respect the hustle and drive that’s instilled in her.
Aside from her active role in the music industry and making movies, Beyoncé also has a very popular clothing line House of Deréon which can be found in various stores and of course online. Beyoncé also has on her own line of perfumes which include the fragrance Heat and Pulse; Pulse is a top 5 finalist in two major women’s prestige categories for the FIFI Awards, the premier awards of the fragrance industry (http://www.beyonce.com).
Beyoncé is a household name because she’s relatable in so many ways. She has flaws like everyone else, works hard; she’s a wife, and mother. Her songs touch on just about every emotion that the human mind and body experiences. She recently released her website that gives fans full insight to her life as an entertainer and human being. Although we do not know what to expect next from Beyoncé, it’s safe to say it’ll be well worth the wait!