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An unstoppable force with a golden arrow of a voice, Beyoncé started revolutionizing music as a teen. With Destiny's Child, she made catchy R&B-pop jams that hinted at the girl-powered genius to come, but it was only after she went solo with 2003's Dangerously in Love that she ascended to Queen Bey status. By the time she commanded us to “Hold Up” on 2016's Lemonade—a visual album and cultural phenomenon—she'd overhauled the way art was made and consumed. Full of incandescent opuses that fuse funk and pop with hip-hop grit and soul, Beyoncé's independent-woman output is straight-up flawless.

EDITORS’ NOTES

An unstoppable force with a golden arrow of a voice, Beyoncé started revolutionizing music as a teen. With Destiny's Child, she made catchy R&B-pop jams that hinted at the girl-powered genius to come, but it was only after she went solo with 2003's Dangerously in Love that she ascended to Queen Bey status. By the time she commanded us to “Hold Up” on 2016's Lemonade—a visual album and cultural phenomenon—she'd overhauled the way art was made and consumed. Full of incandescent opuses that fuse funk and pop with hip-hop grit and soul, Beyoncé's independent-woman output is straight-up flawless.

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