Top 6 Beyonce songs

Rose to fame with a girl group, Destiny’s Child, Beyonce’s 
career has spawned over 20 years. Called one of the most prominent singer and even a better performer, Beyonce has been an inspiration for all age groups. Winner of 22 Grammy Awards and nominated for Academy awards and Emmy awards, Beyonce has been a hit throughout selling more than 100 million records.

Following is a list of  the top six Beyonce songs

6. All Night

Calling the song her favourite from her critically acclaimed 
album, Lemonade, it talks about “kissing your crime.” Talking about rebuilding trust after infidelity, the song feels like a sweet, tender approach to spread the message of staying in a monogamous relationship. The song debuted at No. 38 at the Billboard Hot 100 along with other 11 songs from Lemonade.

5. Crazy in Love feat. Jay-Z

Taken from her first solo album, Dangerously in Love, this 
marked the very beginning of Beyonce’s solo career. Queen B’s stunning masterpiece was critically applauded, even winning the Best R&B song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards. To add more appreciation, the song went on to be a huge hit, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for eight consecutive weeks.

4. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)

Labeled as Bey’s one of the biggest hits, the song won the 
Song of the year at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.  The song portrays Beyonce’s fierce onstage persona Sasha Fierce. “Put a ring on it,” Queen B informs the man if he wants to keep her always, exploring men’s ‘unwillingness to commit.’ The song’s music video too generated critical praise, and went on to become Beyonce’s most iconic video, spawned various imitations all over the world and won Video of the Year at the MTV awards.

3. Irreplaceable

One of my favourite Beyonce’s songs off her album B’day, 
Queen Bey informs her ex, “Don’t you ever for a second get to thinking you are irreplaceable.” The song is Beyonce’s biggest hit to date and was critically acclaimed for the hook ‘To the Left’

2. Drunk in Love feat. Jay-Z
Included in her self-titled album, Drunk in love showcases Queen Bey's fierce and bold persona. A decade later Crazy in Love, Beyoncé creates an erotic, unapologetic song. The song went on to win Best R&B Song and Best at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, and also reached the runner-up position at the Billboard Hot 100.

Unveiling it at 2016 SuperBowl Halftime Show, Formation served as the lead single from her album, Lemonade. The song was nominated for the Song of the Year and Record of the Year category at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. The song though received criticism for its anti-police stance but Beyonce make all it up for being unapologetically black and displaying black pride all throughout.

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