|Born||Beyonce Giselle Knowles, September 4, 1981, Houston, Texas, U.S.|
|Other names||Harmonies by The Hive, Queen B, Third Ward Trill, Sasha Fierce|
|Occupation||Singer, songwriter, producer, dancer, actress, businesswoman, director|
|Organization||Parkwood Entertainment, Ivy Park|
|Children||3, including Blue Ivy|
|Parent(s)||Mathew Knowles, Tina Lawson|
Former Band Destiny's Child R&B girl group member who went on to have a successful solo career. She has received more Grammy Awards than any other woman for songs such as "Song Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),""Song Drunk in Love", and "Song Crazy in Love". She's also an actor, having played Nala in Movie The Lion King and starring in the critically acclaimed film Movie Dreamgirls.
She won her first school talent show with her performance of Rock Singer John Lennon's "Imagine".
In 2019, she released the documentary Homecoming. Her well-known Instagram account has more than 167 million followers.
Her given name is Pop Singer Beyoncé Giselle Knowles. She married rap singer Rapper Jay-Z on April 4, 2008. They had a daughter, Family Member Blue Ivy, in 2012, and twins, Family Member Rumi and Family Member Sir, in June 2017. Her sister is R&B Singer Solange, her half-brother is Family Member Nixon, and her half-sister is Family Member Koi.
She collaborated with rapper Rapper Kendrick Lamar on the 2016 song "Freedom" off her sixth studio album Lemonade.
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