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Beyoncé

BEYONCÉ

Beyoncé’s contributions to music, dance, and fashion have established her as one of the most influential artists in popular music history. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Beyoncé performed in various singing and dancing competitions as a child. She rose to fame in the late 1990s as the lead singer of Destiny’s Child, one of the best-selling girl groups of all time.

“Women have to take the time to focus on our mental health—take time for self, for the spiritual, without feeling guilty or selfish. The world will see you the way you see you, and treat you the way you treat yourself.” – Beyoncé

Former member of: Destiny’s Child
Married to: Jay-Z

9.38/108 ratings
2008
Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) is shot in black and white and choreographed by JaQuel Knight. The video features Beyoncé as her alter ego Sasha Fierce, dancing against a plain white background with two female look-alike backup dancers. Towards the end of the video, she flashes her wedding ring that camouflages with her glove. It's one of the most iconic videos of all time.
9.29/107 ratings
2016
The song's music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, (Lemonade) which initially aired on HBO and was also included with the purchase of the album itself. The Jonas Åkerlund-directed video features Beyoncé destroying multiple cars and security cameras using a baseball bat.
8.71/107 ratings
2016
Formation was shot in New Orleans, Louisiana, and features references to Hurricane Katrina, antebellum, and Louisiana Creole culture, along with police brutality and racism. Julie Dash's 1991 film Daughters of the Dust inspired the look and feel of the video, which was part of her groundbreaking visual album Lemonade.
8/105 ratings
2009
The two superstars collaborated for this Tarantino-inspired video. Lady Gaga is kept in a women's prison before Beyoncé bails her out. They go on a colorful road trip full of murder and mayhem.
7.71/107 ratings
2018
The six-minute video was shot at the Louvre. It features visual imagery suggesting comparisons and linkages between wealth, status, and royalty in the Renaissance-era artwork and the eventual evolution of these characteristics into the Carters. Statues and paintings such as Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, and The Coronation of Napoleon are featured throughout the video as the duo lip-sync the lyrics to the track.
7.6/105 ratings
2001
Survivor features the trio as three survivors living on an uninhabited island. They uncover an island where they change clothes and walk into a waterfall leading to a deserted temple that transforms into a dance break. After this, a helicopter starts buzzing, leading to where Kelly, Beyonce, and Michelle are racing out of the island for their escape.
7.2/105 ratings
2020
The video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark skin. It depicts a black debutante ball (a tradition in African-American communities in the Southern United States) and showcases various black and brown girls and women. Beyoncé included it in Black Is King, a visual album and film based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.
7/105 ratings
2013
The black-and-white video features Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z flirting, embracing, and dancing on the beach. Beyoncé described the shoot as "effortless and spontaneous."
6.75/104 ratings
2015
7/11 features Beyoncé dancing at various locations such as a patio, a balcony, a hotel suite, a bathroom, and in front of a Christmas tree.
5.6/105 ratings
2006
Irreplaceable begins with Knowles filing her nails in silence, as her ex-partner packs up his property, as Knowles orders him to leave. She repossesses the things she bought for him, and he gets into a taxi. The video shows Knowles managing herself in front of a mirror, putting on lipstick, wearing giant curlers, and a high-waisted skirt, followed by scenes with her singing with her all-female band, Suga Mama.
9.38/108 ratings
2008
Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) is shot in black and white and choreographed by JaQuel Knight. The video features Beyoncé as her alter ego Sasha Fierce, dancing against a plain white background with two female look-alike backup dancers. Towards the end of the video, she flashes her wedding ring that camouflages with her glove. It's one of the most iconic videos of all time.
9.29/107 ratings
2016
The song's music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, (Lemonade) which initially aired on HBO and was also included with the purchase of the album itself. The Jonas Åkerlund-directed video features Beyoncé destroying multiple cars and security cameras using a baseball bat.
8.71/107 ratings
2016
Formation was shot in New Orleans, Louisiana, and features references to Hurricane Katrina, antebellum, and Louisiana Creole culture, along with police brutality and racism. Julie Dash's 1991 film Daughters of the Dust inspired the look and feel of the video, which was part of her groundbreaking visual album Lemonade.
8/105 ratings
2009
The two superstars collaborated for this Tarantino-inspired video. Lady Gaga is kept in a women's prison before Beyoncé bails her out. They go on a colorful road trip full of murder and mayhem.
7.71/107 ratings
2018
The six-minute video was shot at the Louvre. It features visual imagery suggesting comparisons and linkages between wealth, status, and royalty in the Renaissance-era artwork and the eventual evolution of these characteristics into the Carters. Statues and paintings such as Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, and The Coronation of Napoleon are featured throughout the video as the duo lip-sync the lyrics to the track.
7.6/105 ratings
2001
Survivor features the trio as three survivors living on an uninhabited island. They uncover an island where they change clothes and walk into a waterfall leading to a deserted temple that transforms into a dance break. After this, a helicopter starts buzzing, leading to where Kelly, Beyonce, and Michelle are racing out of the island for their escape.
7.2/105 ratings
2020
The video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark skin. It depicts a black debutante ball (a tradition in African-American communities in the Southern United States) and showcases various black and brown girls and women. Beyoncé included it in Black Is King, a visual album and film based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.
7/105 ratings
2013
The black-and-white video features Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z flirting, embracing, and dancing on the beach. Beyoncé described the shoot as "effortless and spontaneous."
6.75/104 ratings
2015
7/11 features Beyoncé dancing at various locations such as a patio, a balcony, a hotel suite, a bathroom, and in front of a Christmas tree.
5.6/105 ratings
2006
Irreplaceable begins with Knowles filing her nails in silence, as her ex-partner packs up his property, as Knowles orders him to leave. She repossesses the things she bought for him, and he gets into a taxi. The video shows Knowles managing herself in front of a mirror, putting on lipstick, wearing giant curlers, and a high-waisted skirt, followed by scenes with her singing with her all-female band, Suga Mama.

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