Did you know that most Hollywood stars have their childhood lives linked to what they are today? This implies that most of them realized and nurtured their talents right from their first grades school, by the help of their folks. On that note, Beyoncé Knowles is no exception but a case in point. Born and raised by her parents -Tina and Matthew Knowles, an owner of a salon and a sales manager respectively, her life is a clear representation of a learning curve. Showing how she progressed from a young child to a successful socialite.
Young Beyoncé as a child
Her biography clearly reflects the fact that her childhood desires, interests, and passions were extensively dominated with every aspect that resulted to her career now. For that matter, singing is presumed to be something that somehow runs in her blood straight from the get-go. The most pronounced question in this case is, “how did she come to realize the existence of her passion in music?” St. Mary’s elementary school is cited as one of the schools that progressively nurtured what became of her, since this is where she learned some of her dancing skills.
With her singing abilities coming along so well at an early age, she developed great confidence and begun to acknowledge her talent and passion much vividly. This was clearly elaborated when she performed in front of her parent’s guests, charging them a $5 fee per person.
Like any other normal kid, Beyoncé Knowles also suffered ridicule. Her classmates made annoying jokes about her in grade school. Basing on that, it’s quite apparent that the most immediate reaction of any child facing a similar challenge is normally a drastic downward movement of self-esteem. Therefore, with where she is right now, the only fact is that she managed to overcome such challenges with age.
With the urge to progress effectively, Beyoncé enrolled in other schools that enabled her to focus on mainly what she liked best. At the age of eight she appeared on the list of the selected few after participating on an audition for a group called “All Girls Entertainment”. This did not stop there since the “Girls Time Group” came into being afterwards, and Beyoncé being one of them. With Such advancement, they were able to secure a contract with Columbia Records. This simply spelled out the fact that the group had huge, amazing and highly pronounced talents in music.
With new things and huge progress in play, the group (Beyoncé Knowles, La Tavia Roberson and Kelly Rowland) became what used to be known as the Destiny’s child (1993). What followed were different types of albums signifying a boom in their music. Among their hitting albums was the one called “Survivor” which gained popularity and went viral basing on the single “Bootylicious”. Therefore, that kind of success called for several quality awards including Grammy Awards nominations.
Their success didn’t just stop there; the most amazing thing happened, the word “bootylicious” was added as a new word in the Oxford English dictionary. You can imagine how remarkable and surprising that was! This kind of experience was like a stepping stone to her musical advancement, since she started releasing her solo album as she escalated to higher levels of achievement.
Among her successful solo albums were “dangerously in love”, “B-day”, “I am Sasha…fierce”, among others. Most importantly Beyoncé Knowles’ success is not only owed to music by being one of the best recording artists, but other professions such as being a movie star and fashion designer. The Pink Panther (2006), Epic (2013) and Obsessed (2009) are some of the movies that she appeared in. To some point it’s quite clear that she has everything that makes her a `queen’, as the name Queen B suggests.
Beyoncé Knowles’ career progress is worth emulating and quite inspirational bearing in mind the fact that everything big has to start small. Unfortunately not everyone is inspired and mentored by her success since what others see is unbeatable, no-go-zone woman, this is because of the kind of profile she holds. All the same, she is a full definition of a diva, simply because what she has renders her a very important person not only in the United state of America but also worldwide.