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On the Run II Tour in Buffalo (August 18)

August 20, 2018

Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the New Era Field stadium in Buffalo, NY on August 18.






On the Run II Tour in Columbus (August 16)

August 17, 2018

Last night Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the Ohio Stadium in Columbus, OH. Bey wore one new costume!






Beyonce.com: Aretha Franklin Forever In Our Hearts

August 16, 2018

Beyonce took to her website to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin, who died today.

On the Run II Tour in Detroit (August 13)

August 15, 2018

Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the Ford Field stadium in Detroit, MI on August 13.






On the Run II Tour in Chicago (August 11)

August 15, 2018

Beyonce and Jay-Z performed for the second time at the Soldier Field stadium in Chicago, IL on August 11. The couple performed "Summer" for the first time and Bey sang her rap verse from "Apeshit." She also wore a new costume. After the show, she wrote: "2 incredible nights in Chicago complete! Thank you!"






On the Run II Tour in Chicago (August 10)

August 15, 2018

Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the Soldier Field stadium in Chicago, IL on August 10. The singer wore a new costume!






On the Run II Tour in Minneapolis (August 8)

August 15, 2018

Beyonce and Jay-Z performed during the On the Run II Tour at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN on August 8.






Minnesota Governor Announces Statewide 'Beyoncé and Jay-Z Day'

August 15, 2018

Minnesota Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton declared August 8th as a statewide “Beyoncé and Jay-Z Day” in anticipation of the megastar couple’s concert in Minneapolis. “Beyoncé and Jay-Z have taken home numerous awards from platforms such as the Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, BET Awards, American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and NAACP Image Awards, among others and have sold millions of records worldwide,” Dayton wrote in an official proclamation.

“Through their lives and music, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have inspired Minnesotans, and music fans around the world,” he continued.

The proclamation was signed shortly before the couple gave a joint concert at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

Dayton’s announcement comes over two years after he declared May 23rd as statewide ‘Beyoncé Day’ before the 36-year-old singer gave a concert in Minneapolis in 2016. Neither one of the pair were born or raised in Minnesota, with Beyoncé from Texas while Jay-Z is from New York.

Throwback: Backstage with Destiny's Child in the Summer of 2001

August 15, 2018

Photographer Gillian Laub revisits some outtakes from an emotional day with Beyoncé, Michelle, Kelly, and the Knowles family.


In the summer of 2001, I was commissioned by The New York Times Magazine to photograph Destiny’s Child for a special women’s issue. The theme was women photographing women. It was one of my earliest commissions, and I was over the moon when I got the call. I spent the day backstage as they prepared for that evening’s concert in Albany, New York. I loved what a family affair this was. Beyoncé Knowles was surrounded by her parents, sister, and her cousins. It felt like Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, and Beyoncé were sisters, too. Before the trio went onstage, they said a prayer that felt so earnest and pure, it almost felt intrusive to photograph. But now, I’m so glad I did.

Beyonce Spotted in NYC (August 6)

August 15, 2018

Beyonce was spotted getting dinner with Jay-Z in New York on August 6.

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Timeline

» YEAR 1997YEAR 1997


Destiny's Child signed with Columbia Records

July
Destiny's Child was introduced to the music world with their contribution to the soundtrack for "Men In Black" with "Killing Time."

» YEAR 1998YEAR 1998


January
The single "No, No, No" hit the Top 40 and was certified gold.

February
Destiny's Child released their debut LP, "Destiny's Child."
The single "No, No, No" was certified platinum.

March
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard R&B Singles chart with "No, No, No" for a week and the R&B Singles Sales chart for 2 weeks.

April
Destiny's Child had their 1st Top 10 hit with "No, No, No."

May
"No, No, No" topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart for a week.

July
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Bills, Bills, Bills."
"Destiny's Child" was certified gold.

September
Destiny's Child won 3 Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards including Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("No, No, No") and Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist, and Best R&B/Soul Album of the Year, Group, Band, or Duo ("Destiny's Child") and was also nominated for Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year ("No, No, No").
Destiny's Child could be heard on the soundtrack for "Why Do Fools Fall In Love" with "Get On The Bus."

» YEAR 1999YEAR 1999


July
Destiny's Child released "The Writing's On The Wall" - the title "...spells out what will happen in a relationship if people treat each other a certain way. It really shows what's really going on" said Knowles.
The single "Bills, Bills, Bills" was certified gold and topped the Billboard Hot 100 for a week, the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart for a week, and the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart for 9 weeks.

August
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified gold.

September
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified platinum.

October
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Bug A Boo."
Beyoncé could be heard on the "The Best Man" soundtrack with "After All Is Said And Done" dueting with Marc Nelson.

» YEAR 2000YEAR 2000


January
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Say My Name."
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 2x platinum.

February
Destiny's Child were nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Bills, Bills, Bills").
Destiny's Child were nominated for 2 Soul Train Awards for Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band, or Duo ("Bills, Bills, Bills") and Best R&B/Soul Album, Group, Band, or Duo ("The Writing's On The Wall").
Destiny's Child were nominated for a Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Song ("Bug A Boo") and a Blockbuster Award for Favorite Group.
The group's line up changed when it was announced that LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson were no longer with the group (because of "creative differences") and replaced with Farrah Franklin and Michelle Williams.

March
Destiny's Child appeared on the soundtrack to "Romeo Must Die" with "Perfect Man."
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 3x platinum and the single "Say My Name" was certified gold.
They hit the Top 10 with "Say My Name" which also topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop chart for 3 weeks, and the Billboard Maxi-Singles Sales chart for 10 weeks.
Former members, Luckett and Roberson, filed a lawsuit against Destiny's Child and their manager.

April
Destiny's Child appeared on VH1's Divas 2000: A Tribute To Diana Ross.

May
Destiny's Child hit #1 with "Say My Name."
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 4x platinum.
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Jumpin, Jumpin."

June
Destiny's Child were nominated for a Source Hip-Hop Music Award for R&B Artist of the Year.

July
Destiny's Child began opening for Christina Aguilera's tour running through October.
The gals were nominated for a VH1/Vogue Fashion Award for Most Stylish Band.
"Destiny's Child" was certified platinum.
Destiny's Child became a 3some when it was announced that Farrah Franklin would be leaving the group. Knowles said of Franklin's departure: "We're sorry that Farrah won't be with us for the long run, but we wish her the best in the future. It wasn't a management decision, it was a group decision. Destiny's Child is going to be fine. We've done three or four shows already without Farrah and they've been phenomenal."

August
Destiny's Child were nominated for a MuchMusic Video Music Award for Best International Video ("Say My Name").
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 5x platinum.
The gals hit the Top 10 with "Jumpin, Jumpin" and topped the Billboard Maxi-Singles Sales chart for 1 week.

September
Destiny's Child hit #1 with "Jumpin, Jumpin."
The girls won a MTV Video Music Award for Best R&B Video ("Say My Name") and were also nominated for Best Group Video and Best Pop Video.
The girls also made it known during the month that they were going to remain a trio and not look for a 4th member to replace Franklin.
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 6x platinum.
The girls also won 2 Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards for Best R&B/Soul Single, Group Band, or Duo ("Say My Name") and R&B/Soul Album of the Year, Group, Band or Duo ("The Writing's On The Wall"), and were also nominated for R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year ("Say My Name").
The video for "Say My Name" was nominated for 2 Billboard Music Video Awards for Maximum Vision Video for Best R&B Clip of the Year.

October
Destiny's Child could be heard on the soundtrack for "Charlie's Angels" with "Independent Women Part 1" which hit the Top 40 during the month.

November
Destiny's Child hit the Top 10 with "Independent Women Part 1."
"Independent Women Part 1" topped Billboard Hot 100 chart for 11 weeks and the Hot 100 Airplay chart for 9 weeks.

December
"Independent Women Part 1" hit #1 on The ARC Top 40 for 5 weeks.
"Independent Women Part 1" topped the singles charts in the UK and Canada.
"Independent Women Part 1" topped the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop chart for 3 weeks, the R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart for 3 weeks, the Dance Music Maxi-Singles Sales chart for 6 weeks, and the Club Play chart for a week.
The video for the song also hit #1 on Canada's MuchMusic.
Destiny's Child topped Billboard Year-End Charts as Top Pop Artist, Top Pop Artist - Duo/Group, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist - Duo/Group, Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Artist, and Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Artist - Duo/Group.

» YEAR 2001YEAR 2001


January
Destiny's Child won an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group and were also nominated for Favorite Soul/R&B Album ("The Writing's On The Wall").
The group also reached an out-of-court settlement with former members Luckett and Roberson who filed a lawsuit last March.

February
Destiny's Child won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Say My Name") and were also nominated for Record of the Year - "Say My Name" also won for Best R&B Song and was nominated for Song of the Year - one last nomination went to Knowles for Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media ("Independent Women Part 1"). The trio also performed at the ceremony.
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 7x platinum.
Destiny's Child were nominated for a Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("Independent Women Part 1").

March
At the Soul Train Music Awards, Destiny's Child received the Sammy Davis Jr. Award for 'Entertainer of the Year.'
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Survivor" and the Top 10 by the end of the month.
Destiny's Child also won a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Duo or Group.
Destiny's Child topped the MTV Video Countdown with "Survivor" for 7 weeks.

April
Destiny's Child won 2 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards for Favorite Group and Favorite Group - R&B and were nominated for Favorite Single ("Say My Name"), Favorite Song from A Movie, and Favorite Group - Pop.
The video for "Survivor" topped the MTV Top 20 and hit #1 the UK.
Destiny's Child won a Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Singing Group.
"Survivor" topped the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart for 5 weeks and the Top 40 Tracks chart for 2 weeks.

May
Destiny's Child hit #1 for the 4th time with "Survivor" which spent 3 weeks at the top.
Destiny's Child released their next LP "Survivor" with all 3 members sharing lead vocals. The LP includes a cover of the Bee Gees' "Emotion."
Destiny's Child topped the UK singles chart for a week with "Survivor."
Destiny's Child also appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone and performed on "Saturday Night Live".
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Dance Music Maxi-Singles Sales chart for 8 weeks with "Survivor."
"Survivor" topped the Billboard 200 LP chart for 2 weeks, the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop LP chart for 2 weeks (selling over 663,000 copies in the US its first week), and the Canada and UK (for 4 weeks) LP charts.
Beyoncé appeared in a MTV production of Carmen.

June
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Bootylicious" - which also hit the Top 10 by month's end.
"Bootylicious" topped the MTV Video Countdown for 2 weeks.
"Survivor" was certified 2x platinum.
Destiny's Child won a BET Award for Best Female Group.

July
Destiny's Child topped the MTV Video countdown with "Bootylicious."
"Survivor" was certified 3x platinum.
Destiny's Child began touring as part of MTV's TRL tour.

August
Destiny's Child hit #1 on the ARC Weekly Top 40 for 2 weeks and topped the Billboard Hot 100 charts for 2 weeks with "Bootylicious."
Destiny's Child won a Soul Train Lady of Soul Award for Best R&B/Soul Single: Group, Band or Duo ("Survivor") and were nominated for Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year ("Independent Women Part 1").
Destiny's Child won a Teen Choice Award for Choice Pop Group.

September
Destiny's Child won a MTV Video Music Award for Best R&B Video ("Survivor"), and were also nominated for Best Group Video and Best Pop Video ("Survivor"), and Viewer's Choice and Best Video from a Film ("Independent Women Part 1").
Destiny's Child hit the top 40 with the remake of "Emotion."
The girls could be heard on the All-Star Tribute benefit single "What's Going On" (with proceeds going to AIDS and 9/11 charities).

October
Destiny's Child released a holiday LP - "8 Days Of Christmas" with 3 tracks written by Beyoncé.
Destiny's Child cancelled their European tour in wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Knowles stated: "We're always excited when we perform for our fans in Europe and the UK. Postponing these shows was the hardest thing for us because we truly enjoy the fans. We made that decision the very last second after taking a hard look at the state of the world right now."
The gals performed at The Concert For New York City benefit concert in New York City (later released as an LP) with proceeds going to 9/11 charities.
Destiny's Child also performed in a Washington, DC concert benefiting the 9/11 attack victims.
The group took home a VH1/Vogue Fashion Award for Outrageous Group.

November
Destiny's Child hit the Top 10 with "Emotion."
"The Writing's On The Wall" was certified 8x platinum.
Destiny's Child were nominated for 3 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Group, Best Song ("Survivor"), and Best R&B Act.

December
"8 Days Of Christmas" was certified gold.
Destiny's Child topped Billboard Year-End Charts as Top Pop Artist, Top Pop Artist - Duo/Group, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist - Duo/Group, Top Hot Top 40 Artist, Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Artist, and Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales ("Independent Women Part 1").

» YEAR 2002YEAR 2002


January
"Survivor" was certified 4x platinum.
Destiny's Child won 2 American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock Album and Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group, and were nominated for Internet Artist of the Year.

February
Destiny's Child won a Brit Award for Best International Group.
Destiny's Child won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Survivor") and was also nominated for Best R&B Album ("Survivor").
Former original members of Destiny's Child (LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson) filed a lawsuit against the group stating that the single "Survivor" made disparaging comments about them.

March
Destiny's Child released a remix LP, "This Is The Remix."
Destiny's Child won 3 World Music Awards for World's Best-Selling Artist or Group, World's Best-Selling Pop Group, and World's Best-Selling R&B Group.

April
The girls won a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Singing Group.

May
Beyoncé was honored at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards as Songwriter of the Year.

July
Destiny's Child settled out-of-court the lawsuit filed by 2 former members.
Beyoncé co-starred in "Austin Powers in Goldmember" as Foxxy Cleopatra. Beyoncé also contributed 2 tracks to the film - "Work It Out" and "Hey Goldmember."

August
Destiny's Child won 2 Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards for Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo ("Emotion") and R&B/Soul Album of the Year, Group, Band, or Duo ("Survivor").
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Work It Out."

September
Beyoncé ranked # 16 on VH1: 100 Sexiest Artists.

November
Beyoncé could be heard helping out Jay-Z with the hit "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" from his LP, "The Blueprint 2: The Gift And The Curse."

December
Beyoncé signed an endorsement deal with Pepsi Cola.

» YEAR 2003YEAR 2003


January
Beyoncé performed at the pre-show of Super Bowl XXXVII.
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with Jay-Z on "'03 Bonnie & Clyde."

May
Beyoncé performed on "Saturday Night Live."
Beyoncé performed on VH1's Divas Duets 2003.

June
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 and then the Top 10 with help from Jay-Z with "Crazy In Love."
Beyoncé's "Dangerously In Love" was released and featured help from Sean Paul, Jay-Z, and Missy Elliott. The LP's release date was pushed up by 2 weeks in an attempt to thwart piracy.
VH1: 100 Best Songs of the Past 25 Years includes "Say My Name" at # 79

July
Beyoncé's "Dangerously In Love" topped the Billboard 200 LP chart for a week and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for a week selling over 317,000 copies its first week of release in the US.
Beyoncé's "Dangerously In Love" also topped the LP charts in the UK for 5 weeks and Canada.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart for 8 weeks, the Hot 100 Airplay chart for 8 weeks, the Top 40 Tracks chart, the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart for 3 weeks, the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart for 4 weeks, the Hot Digital Tracks chart for 6 weeks, and the UK singles chart for 3 weeks with "Crazy In Love."
Beyoncé performed at the Prince's Trust concert which raised money for disadvantaged children.
Beyoncé could be heard on the "Bad Boys II" soundtrack with the track "Keep Giving Your Love To Me."
Beyoncé hit #1 for 7 weeks with "Crazy In Love."
"Dangerously In Love" was certified platinum.

August
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40 chart and Mainstream Top 40 chart with "Crazy In Love."
Beyoncé's video for "Crazy In Love" won 3 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Female Video, Best R&B Video, and Best Choreography (Frank Gatson, Jr.), and was nominated for Viewer's Choice. Beyoncé's collaboration with Jay-Z on "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" was nominated for Best Hip-Hop Video. Beyoncé also performed at the ceremony.
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with help from Sean Paul with "Baby Boy."

September
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play for a week chart with "Crazy In Love."
Beyoncé could be heard on "The Fighting Temptations" soundtrack along with Missy Elliott, MC Lyte, and Free with "Fighting Temptation" and the tracks "Fever," "Everything I Do," "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," "He Still Loves Me," "Summertime," and "Time To Come Home." Beyoncé co-starred in the movie.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart for 5 weeks, R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart for 5 weeks, and Rhythmic Top 40 chart with help from Sean Paul with "Baby Boy."
Beyoncé's "Dangerously In Love" was certified 2x platinum.

October
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart for 9 weeks, Hot 100 Airplay chart for 9 weeks, and the Top 40 Tracks chart with help from Sean Paul with "Baby Boy."
Beyoncé hit #1 for 5 weeks with help from Sean Paul with "Baby Boy."

November
Beyoncé won 2 MTV Europe Awards for Best R&B Song and Best Song of the Year ("Crazy In Love").
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Radio Airplay chart for a week and Mainstream Top 40 chart with help from Sean Paul with "Baby Boy."
Beyoncé was nominated for 3 American Music Awards for Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist, Favorite Soul/R&B Album, and the Fan's Choice Award.
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Me, Myself And I."
Beyoncé won a Vibe Award for Coolest Collbo along with Jay-Z for "Crazy In Love."
Beyoncé performed at the '46664' concert (an AIDS benefit show) in Cape Town hosted by Nelson Mandela.

December
Beyoncé topped the ARC Top Songs of 2003 along with Jay-Z with "Crazy In Love."
Readers of Rolling Stone named Beyoncé as the Best R&B Artist. Critics named Beyoncé the Best Female Performer and Best R&B Artist.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top Hot 100 Singles Artist - Female and Top New R&B/Hip-Hop Artist.
Beyoncé had the 6th biggest selling LP of the Year - "Dangerously In Love" - which sold over 2.5 million copies during the Year in the US.

» YEAR 2004YEAR 2004


January
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with "Me, Myself And I."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart with "Me, Myself And I."
Beyoncé won a People's Choice Award for Favorite Female Performer (a tie with Faith Hill).

February
Beyoncé sang the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXXVIII.
Beyoncé's "Dangerously In Love" was certified 3x platinum.
Beyoncé won 5 Grammy Awards including Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female ("Dangerously In Love"), Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("The Closer I Get To You"), Best Contemporary R&B Album ("Dangerously In Love"), and Best R&B Song (songwriter) ("Crazy In Love"), and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Crazy In Love"), and was also nominated for Record of the Year ("Crazy In Love"). Beyoncé opened the ceremony with a performance with Prince.
Beyoncé won a Brit Award for Best International Female Solo Artist.

March
Beyoncé was to release another solo LP early in the Year that would include left-over material from her debut, but decided instead to focus on the next Destiny's Child LP.
Beyoncé appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone.
Beyoncé began touring for a month with Alicia Keys and Missy Elliott.
Beyoncé won a Soul Train Music Award for R&B/Soul Album, Female ("Dangerously In Love").

April
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 and Top 10 with "Naughty Girl."
Beyoncé released the DVD/CD "Live At Wembley."

May
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Top Music Videos chart "Live At Wembley."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Top 40 Tracks chart and Rhythmic Airplay chart with "Naughty Girl."
Beyoncé hit #1 for a week with "Naughty Girl."

June
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart for a week, Hot 100 Singles Sales chart, Hot Dance Radio Airplay chart, and R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with the remixes of "Naughty Girl."
Beyoncé won 2 BET Awards for Best Female R&B Artist and Best Collaboration ("Crazy In Love").

July
Destiny's Child could be heard on the compilation LP "Unity - Athens 2004 Olympics" with "I Know."

August
Beyoncé's video for "Naughty Girl" won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video, and was also nominated for Best Dance Video, Best Choreography, and Best Cinematography. The video for "Me, Myself And I" was nominated for Best R&B Video.
Beyoncé's "Dangerously In Love" was certified 4x platinum.

September
Destiny's Child were back performing together in September on the TV show "Play For A Billion."
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Lose My Breath."

October
Beyoncé's singles "Crazy In Love" and "Naughty Girl" were certified gold.
Destiny's Child hit the Top 10 and #1 for 2 weeks with "Lose My Breath."

November
Beyoncé was nominated for an American Music Awards for Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist.
Destiny's Child released "Destiny Fulfilled."
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart and R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with "Lose My Breath."
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Soldier."

December
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart for 2 weeks with "Destiny Fulfilled."
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Hot Dance Radio Airplay chart and Hot Digital Tracks chart with "Lose My Breath."
Destiny's Child performed on "Saturday Night Live."
"Destiny Fulfilled" was certified 2x platinum.
Beyoncé was # 163 on the Top Pop Artists of the Past 25 Years chart.
Destiny's Child was # 44 on the Top Pop Artists of the Past 25 Years chart.

» YEAR 2005YEAR 2005


January
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart and Hot Dance Radio Airplay chart with the remixes of "Lose My Breath."
Destiny's Child hit the Top 10 with "Soldier."
"Destiny Fulfilled" was certified 3x platinum.

February
Destiny's Child was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("Lose My Breath").
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart with the remixes of "Soldier."
Destiny's Child won a Soul Train Music Award for R&B/Soul Album, Group, Band or Duo ("Destiny Fulfilled").
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart and R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with "Soldier."

March
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Girl."
Destiny's Child won a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Duo or Group.

April
The single "Lose My Breath" was certified gold.

May
The single "Soldier" was certified gold.

June
Destiny's Child announced they would be splitting up after their 'Destiny Fulfilled... And Lovin' It' tour stating: "After a lot of discussion and some deep soul searching, we realized that our current tour has given us the opportunity to leave Destiny's Child on a high note, united in our friendship and filled with an overwhelming gratitude for our music, our fans, and each other."
Destiny's Child hit the Top 40 with "Cater 2 U."

July
On July 2nd, Destiny's Child performed in Philadelphia as part of the worldwide Live 8 concerts. The mission of the concerts was to raise awareness of the on-going poverty in Africa and to pressure the G8 leaders to take action by doubling aid, canceling debt, and delivering trade justice for Africa.

August
The video for "Soldier" was nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Group Video. The video for "Lose My Breath" was nominated for Best Dance Video.

September
Beyoncé could be heard on the compilation LP "So Amazing... An All-Star Tribute To Luther Vandross" with "So Amazing."
Beyoncé could be heard on the "Roll Bounce" soundtrack with "Wishing On A Star."

October
Destiny's Child released the hits collection "#1's."
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard 200 LP chart and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with "#1's." The LP sold over 113,000 copies in the US its first week of release.
Beyoncé's single "Baby Boy" was certified gold.
The single "Girl" was certified gold.

November
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Check On It from Destiny's Child's #1's "
Destiny's Child won 2 American Music Awards for Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group and Favorite Soul/R&B Album.
"#1's" was certified platinum.

December
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with "Check On It."
Destiny's Child topped the Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist - Duos/Group (singles & albums), Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artist - Group/Duo, Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist - Group/Duo, and Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist.

» YEAR 2006YEAR 2006


January
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Pop 100 and Hot Digital Songs chart with "Check On It."
Beyoncé hit #1 for 5 weeks with "Check On It."
The single "Check On It" was certified gold.

February
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Hot 100 Airplay chart, Pop 100 Airplay chart, Hot Singles Sales chart, Mainstream Top 40 Songs chart, and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with "Check On It."
Destiny's Child were nominated for 4 Grammy Awards including Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and Best R&B Song ("Cater 2 U"), Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Soldier"), and Best Contemporary R&B Album ("Destiny Fulfilled").
Beyoncé won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group ("So Amazing") and was nominated for Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female ("Wishing On A Star").
Beyoncé could be seen co-starring in the movie "The Pink Panther" with Steve Martin.

March
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart and Rhythmic Airplay chart with "Check On It."

June
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with help from Jay-Z with "Deja Vu."

July
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with help from Jay-Z with "Deja Vu."

August
Beyoncé topped the UK singles chart with "Deja Vu."
The video for "Check On It" won a MTV Video Music Award for Best R&B Video. Beyoncé also performed at the show.

September
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, Hot Singles Sales chart and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with "Deja Vu."
Beyoncé released her next LP "B'Day."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard 200 LP chart, Top Digital Albums chart, and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with "B'Day." The LP sold over 541,000 copies its first week of release in the US.
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Ring The Alarm."
Destiny's Child won a Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Award for Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist - Duo or Group.

October
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Deja Vu."
"B'Day" was certified platinum.

November
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart and Hot Singles Sales chart with "Ring The Alarm."
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 and Top 10 with "Irreplaceable."
Beyoncé could be heard on Jay-Z's LP "Kingdom Come" on the track "Hollywood."
Beyoncé was nominated for an American Music Award for Artist of the Year and performed at the ceremony.

December
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart, Pop 100 chart, Hot 100 Airplay chart, Pop 100 Airplay chart, Hot Digital Songs chart, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, Hot Single Sales chart, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart, Rhythmic Airplay chart, and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart with "Irreplaceable."
Beyoncé could be heard on the "Dreamgirls" soundtrack and seen starring in the film.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart with "Ring The Alarm."
Beyoncé hit #1 for 7 weeks with "Irreplaceable."
"B'Day" was the 7th biggest-selling LP in the US for the Year with sales during the Year topping 2 million.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Year-End Charts with the Top Soundtrack Single ("Check On It").
"B'Day" was certified 2x platinum.
The singles "Irreplaceable" and "Ring The Alarm" were certified gold.

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January
Beyoncé was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical for "Dreamgirls." She was also nominated in the Best Original Song category for "Listen" from "Dreamgirls."

February
Beyoncé won a Grammy Awards for Best Contemporary R&B Album ("B'Day"), and was nominated for Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female ("Ring The Alarm"), Best R&B Song ("Deja Vu"), and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Deja Vu"). Beyoncé performed at the ceremony.

March
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Music Club Play chart with "Irreplaceable."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with "Listen."
Beyoncé won a Soul Train Music Award for Best R&B/Soul Single, Female ("Irreplaceable").
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with Shakira with "Beautiful Liar."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart with "Listen."

April
Beyoncé released "B'Day" (Deluxe Edition). The set featured the duet "Beautiful Liar" with Shakira, remixes, and some Spanish versions of her songs.
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with Shakira with "Beautiful Liar."
Beyoncé topped the UK singles chart with Shakira with "Beautiful Liar."
Beyoncé's "B'Day" (Deluxe Edition) was pulled from distribution due to a lawsuit filed over the use of the song "Still In Love (Kissing You)" which is a cover of Des'ree's "Kissing You" that was used without permission.
"B'Day" was certified 3x platinum.

May
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with Shakira with "Beautiful Liar."

June
Beyoncé took home 2 BET Awards for Best Female R&B Artist and Video of the Year ("Irreplaceable").
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with Shakira with "Beautiful Liar."
The single "Irreplaceable" was certified 3x platinum.

July
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Sales chart with "Get Me Bodied."
The single "Beautiful Liar" was certified gold.

September
Beyoncé won a MTV Video Music Award for Most Earthshattering Collaboration ("Beautiful Liar"), and was nominated for Video of the Year ("Irreplaceable"), Female Artist of the Year, Best Cinematography (Frank Gatson), Best Direction (Jake Nava), Best Editing (Jarett Figl) ("Beautiful Liar"), and Quadruple Threat of the Year.

October
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with Justin Timberlake with "Until The End Of Time."

November
Beyoncé could be heard on the Jay-Z LP "American Gangster" on the track "Pray."
Beyoncé was honored with the International Artist Award at the American Music Awards and was nominated for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist, Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist, and Favorite Soul/R&B Album. She also performed at the ceremony with country band Sugarland.
Beyoncé released the DVD "The Beyoncé Experience Live!"

December
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Year-End Charts as the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist (singles & albums), Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist - Female (singles & albums) Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artist - Female, Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist, Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist - Female, and with the Top Hot 100 Single, Top Hot 100 Single Airplay ("Irreplaceable").
VH1: 100 Greatest Songs of the 90's included "Say My Name" at # 17.

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February
Beyoncé was nominated for 2 Grammy Awards including Record of the Year ("Irreplaceable") and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals ("Beautiful Liar"). Beyoncé performed at the ceremony.

April
Beyoncé married Jay-Z.

May
Beyoncé could be heard on the Usher LP "Here I Stand" on the track "Love In This Club Part II."

June
Entertainment Weekly: 100 Best Albums of the Last 25 Years included "Dangerously In Love" at # 19 and "The Writing's On The Wall" at # 92.

September
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 as part of Artists Stand Up For Cancer with the charity single "Just Stand Up!"

October
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "If I Were A Boy."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart and Hot Digital Tracks chart with "If I Were A Boy."

November
Beyoncé performed on "Saturday Night Live."
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with "If I Were A Boy."
Beyoncé released her next LP "I Am... Sasha Fierce."
Beyoncé topped the UK singles chart with "If I Were A Boy."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."

December
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart, Hot Digital Songs chart, Hot Digital Tracks chart and Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop chart with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard 200 LP chart and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with "I Am... Sasha Fierce." The LP sold over 482,000 copies its first week of release in the US.
Beyoncé could be heard on the soundtrack for "Cadillac Records" on the tracks "At Last," "I'd Rather Go Blind," and "Once In A Lifetime."
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."
"I Am... Sasha Fierce" ended 2008 as the #10 selling LP of the Year with sales topping 1.4 million.

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January
"I Am... Sasha Fierce" was certified 2x platinum.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart, Hot Dance Airplay, and Hot Dance Club Play chart for a week with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."
Beyoncé hit #1 for 3 weeks with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."

February
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Pop 100 Airplay chart with "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)."
Beyoncé was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female ("Me, Myself And I" (Live)).
Beyoncé won a NAACP Image Award for Best Female Artist.
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Halo."
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Diva."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop chart with "Diva."

March
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for a week with "Diva."

April
Beyoncé could be seen in the movie "Obsessed" which topped the box-office its opening week.

May
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with "Halo."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Halo."

June
Beyoncé released the Wal-Mart exclusive DVD/CD "Above and Beyoncé: Video Collection & Dance Mixes."

August
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Sweet Dreams."

September
Beyoncé topped the BIllboard Dance/Club Play songs chart with "Sweet Dreams."
The video for "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" won 3 MTV Video Music Awards for Video of the Year, Best Editing, and Best Choreography, and was nominated for Best Female Video, Best Pop Video, Best Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, and Best Special Effects. Beyoncé performed at the ceremony and had the classiest move of the night. Earlier in the ceremony, Kanye West interrupted Taylor Swift's speech for Best Female Video proclaiming Beyoncé had the best video of the Year and was subsequently jeered throughout the ceremony. When Beyoncé accepted the award for Video of the Year, she referenced the excitement she felt when Destiny's Child was nominted for a VMA when she was still a teen, and then asked Taylor to come up on stage to finish her acceptance speech - which she did.

October
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 with "Sweet Dreams."

November
Beyoncé won a few MTV Europe Music Awards including Best Song ("Halo"), Best Video ("Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)"), and Best Female Artist.
The 2CD/1DVD "I Am... Yours: An Intimate Performance At Wynn Las Vegas" and "I Am... Sasha Fierce" (Deluxe Edition) were released.
Beyoncé won an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist, and was nominated for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and Favorite Soul/R&B Album ("I Am... Sasha Fierce").
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 helping out Lady Gaga with "Telephone."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Rhythmic chart with "Sweet Dreams."

December
Beyoncé could be heard on the Alicia Keys LP "The Element Of Freedom" on the track "Put It In A Love Song."
Rolling Stone: '100 Best Songs of the Decade (2000-2009)' included "Crazy In Love" at # 3 and "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" at # 50.
Beyoncé topped the Billboard 2009 Year-End Chart Toppers as the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist (singles & albums), Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist - Female (singles & albums), Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artist, Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artist - Female, Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist, Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist - Female, Top Hot Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Artist, Top Hot Rhythmic Artist, Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist, and with the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album ("I Am... Sasha Fierce").

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January
Beyoncé won 6 Grammy Awards for Song of the Year (awarded to the songwriter), Best R&B Song (awarded to the songwriter), and Best R&B Vocal Performance - Female ("Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)"), Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance ("At Last"), Best Contemporary R&B Album ("I Am... Sasha Fierce"), and Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female ("Halo"), and was nominated for Album of the Year ("I Am... Sasha Fierce"), Record of the Year ("Halo"), Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Ego" with Kanye West). and Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Visual Media (awarded to the songwriter) ("Once In A Lifetime").
Beyoncé hit the Top 10 helping out Lady Gaga with "Telephone."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Dance Club Play Songs chart helping out Lady Gaga with "Telephone."

March
Beyoncé hit #1 for 4 weeks helping out Lady Gaga with "Telephone."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Pop Songs chart helping out Lady Gaga with "Telephone."
Beyoncé topped the UK singles chart helping out Lady Gaga with "Telephone."

May
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Dance Club Play Songs chart with Lady Gaga with "Video Phone."

September
The video for "Video Phone" was nominated for 5 MTV Video Music Awards including Best Female Video, Best Collaboration, Best Pop Video, Best Choreography, and Best Art Direction. The video for "Telephone" (with Lady Gaga) was nominated for Best Collaboration and Best Choreography.

» YEAR 2011YEAR 2011


February
Beyoncé was nominated for 2 Grammy Awards including Best Pop Vocal Performance - Female (live version of "Halo") and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals ("Telephone").

May
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Run The World (Girls)."

June
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Best Thing I Never Had."
Beyoncé released "4."

July
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Dance Club Play Songs chart with "Run The World (Girls)."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard 200 LP chart, Digital Albums chart, R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with "4." The LP sold over 310,000 copies its first week of release in the US.
Beyoncé topped the UK LP chart with "4."

August
Beyoncé announced she was pregnant at the MTV Video Music Awards where her video for "Run The World (Girls)" won for Best Choreography and was nominated for Best Female Video and Best Cinematography.
"4" was certified platinum.

September
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Dance Club Play Songs chart with "Best Thing I Never Had."

November
Beyoncé hit the Top 40 with "Countdown."
Beyoncé won an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist and was nominated for Favorite Soul/R&B Album ("4").
Beyoncé could be heard on the Mary J. Blige LP "My Life II: The Journey Continues, Act 1" on the track "Love A Woman."
The DVD "Live At Roseland: Elements Of 4" was releasaed.
Beyoncé was nominated for 2 Grammy Awards including Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Party") and Best Music Video, Long Form ("I Am.... World Tour").

December
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Dance Club Play Songs chart with "Countdown."

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January
Beyoncé gave birth to a baby girl - Blue Ivy Carter.

February
Beyoncé was nominated for 2 Grammy Awards including Best Rap/Sung Collaboration ("Party") and Best Music Video, Long Form ("I Am.... World Tour").

March
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Adult R&B Airplay chart for 3 weeks with "Love On Top."
Beyoncé topped the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart for 7 weeks and R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart for 7 weeks with "Love On Top."

April
Beyoncé topped the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart for 1 week with "Love On Top."

September
The video for "Countdown" won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Editing (Alexander Hammer & Jermiah Shuff), and was also nominated for Best Choreography and Most Share-Worthy Video, and the video for "Love On Top" was nominated for a Best Female Video.

November
Beyoncé won an American Music Award for Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist.

December
Beyoncé topped the Billboard 2012 Year-End Chart-Toppers chart with the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song ("Love On Top").

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January
Destiny's Child released the compilation Love Songs with the new track "Nuclear."

February
Beyoncé performed the Super Bowl XLVII Half-Time Show.
Beyoncé won a Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Performance ("Love On Top").

May
Beyoncé could be heard on the soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann's film "The Great Gasby" on the track "Back To Black."

June
Beyoncé could be heard on the Kelly Rowland LP "Talk A Good Game" on the track "You Changed."

July
Beyoncé could be heard on the Jay-Z LP "Magna Carta Holy Grail" on the track "Part II (On The Run)."

August
The video for "I Was Here" was nominated for a MTV Video Music Award for Best Video With A Message.