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INSPIRED: Beyonce

INSPIRED: Beyonce

February 18, 2015 | D&L

Who doesn’t love Beyonce? There are probably very few people who don’t love Queen Bey, but for our generation, we were introduced to the powerhouse in the early days of her career with Destiny’s Child and we haven’t looked back since.

Alongside Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams in the later days of DC being a group, when it was announced that the group were going their separate ways, true Beyonce fans knew this wouldn’t be the end of her music career, and they were right!

Now, Beyonce is known to many generations and is one of the most highly-paid and successful women in the world. Why? Well, with her music, she has used this as a platform to empower and teach men, women, girls and boys on the subjects that might not necessarily be spoken about so openly.

That is why we admire her as a person. Music is a huge outlet for many people around the world and with Beyonce touching on subjects like self-empowerment, emotional and physical abuse and touching on personal experiences that others can relate to, she’s created a great relationship with her fans without even having a one-to-one conversation with them.

People feel like they know Beyonce. Plus, with her upcoming working relationship with Topshop being next on her list, as well as a collaborative album with Jay-Z, we believe Queen Bey will continue to ‘reign’.

Take a look at Beyonce doing her thing at a music tribute night to Stevie Wonder.

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