Beyonce Albums

Beyonce albums are filled with upbeat love songs, slow-tempo ballads, and hyphy dance tunes. Fans of pop, hip-hop, R&B, and soul are likely to find a song that fits their genre on at least one of Beyonce's tracks. She is best known as a singer in the former girl group, Destiny's Child, but she has since become a household name after becoming a solo artist.

  1. "Dangerously In Love" After enjoying brilliant success with Destiny's Child, Beyonce set off to do her own thing with her first solo album, "Dangerously In Love." Unlike many who pursue solo careers, Beyonce was an instant success on her own. With various collaborations and numerous singles such as "Crazy In Love," "Naughty Girl," "Me Myself And I" and the oriental sounds of "Baby Boy."
  2. "B'Day" The highly anticipated "B'Day" album was released in September 2006 and like her first solo album, also enjoyed incredible success. Singles included the sexy, upbeat, and very catchy Beyonce/Jay-Z collaboration "Deja Vu" and the fierce, passionate, and adrenaline-inducing "Ring The Alarm."
  3. "Irreemplazable" Released in 2007, "Irreemplazable" was Beyonce's first extended play album. It featured previous songs that were re-recorded in both Spanish and English. Songs included "Listen (Oye)" from the Dreamgirls soundtrack and "Beautiful Liar."
  4. "I Am…Sasha Fierce" Beyonce unleashed her alter ego, Sasha Fierce, with the release of her third studio solo album. Her single, "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)" was listed for 404 weeks on 19 different music charts. Other singles include "If I Were a Boy," and "Halo."
  5. "4" Beyonce's album "4" was released on June 28, 2011. Prior to the albums release, her first single from the album "Run The World (Girls)" had leaked and was released sooner than expected. The next single was "Best Thing I Never Had," which was released on June 1, 2011.



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