It certainly looks like it!
A few months ago Beyoncé made her massive comeback by releasing a number of remixes including her new album ‘Renaissance’ and a remix of her massive hit ‘Break My Soul’.
Now, it looks like the ‘Lemonade’ singer may have a world tour set for 2023! While the singer hasn’t announced an exact tour, one of the lots in a charity auction held at the Wearable Art Gala, an event hosted by my mom Tina, includes exclusive tickets to see Beyoncé next year.
According to Rolling Stone, the listing for the event, which Beyoncé and her husband Jay-Z attended, said: ‘Worthed at a total of $20,000, United (Airlines) x WACO gives you the chance to see Beyoncé in her ‘Renaissance’ on any United national and international flight in the summer of 2023. Travel to international destinations begins.
‘This award is complete with 2 first-class international United Airlines Polaris tickets to select cities with 3-night hotel accommodations at a Marriott property. And, for the most sought-after musical performance of all time, 2 concert tickets to Beyonce’s ‘Renaissance’ 2023 tour, including a guided backstage tour with Ms. Tinner (Knowles-Lawson, Beyonce’s mother).’
Beyoncé has yet to confirm tour, or release dates, but the singer was pretty secretive when she announced her return to music earlier this year. Instead of making a big announcement about his new music, he started by changing the profile photos on his social media profiles to generic images and adding details about his new music.
We’ll share more about Beyonce’s tour soon!
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Now take a look at Beyoncé’s amazing career:
Beyoncé started her music career as a young child. He met Latavia Roberson at an audition when he was just eight years old. The pair were placed in a group called Girls Time along with some other girls.
In 1995 Beyoncé’s father quit his job to manage the group, reducing the line-up to four.
In 1996, the group changed their name to Destiny’s Child. They have had several line-ups over the years, in 1998 this line-up was: LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson, Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé.
2000: Destiny’s Child is the most famous line-up
Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé Knowles, Michelle Williams are the most famous line-up for Destiny’s Child. The group had their first UK number 1 in 2000 with ‘Independent Women Part I’ which featured on the Charlie’s Angels’ soundtrack.
The group’s four albums and hits included ‘Bills, Bills, Bills’, ‘Survivor’, ‘Independent Woman’ and ‘Bootilicious’ and saw them become one of the best-selling girl groups in history.
2001: Destiny’s Child wins two Grammys
‘Say My Name’ was a big winner for Destiny’s Child in 2001. Beyoncé, Kelly and Michelle won two Grammys for Best R&B.AndB performanceAndB song
Over the years, Destiny’s Child has been nominated for 14 Grammys and won three.
2002: Beyoncé starred in Austin Powers in Goldmember
Austin Powers in Goldmember was the first big screen release in which Beyoncé starred. She played Austin Powers’ new sidekick Foxy Cleopatra.
2003: The Fighting Temptations
In 2003, Beyoncé starred in The Fighting Temptations, a film that also starred Cuba Gooding Jr.
2003 was also the year Beyoncé released her first hit single ‘Crazy in Love’, which quickly claimed the No. 1 spot on both sides of the Atlantic.
2007: Beyoncé stars in Dreamgirls
Beyoncé played the role of Deanna Jones in the Hollywood blockbuster Dreamgirls. The film, though a work of fiction, was inspired by the Motown record label and Diana Ross and The Supremes.
Beyoncé was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
2008: Beyoncé releases ‘I Am… Sasha Fierce’
Beyoncé has released her third solo studio album ‘I Am… Sasha Fierce’, named after her on-stage alter ego. The album had the hits ‘If I Were a Boy’, ‘Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)’, ‘Hello’ and ‘Sweet Dreams’.
Watch the music video for ‘Single Ladies’
2011: Beyoncé headlines Glastonbury
Headlining the iconic festival on Sunday night, Beyoncé’s Glastonbury performance was one that will be talked about for years to come. The singer performed some of her biggest hits including ‘Crazy in Love’, ‘Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)’ and ‘Sweet Dreams’.
2014: Beyonce wins four MTV Music Awards
Beyonce took home four awards at the 2014 MTV Music Awards, including the Video Vanguard Award, a ‘special award of merit’ given to recording artists and music video directors.
That year he also took home awards for Best Video with a Social Message and Best Cinematography for ‘Pretty Hearts’ and ‘Drunk in Love’ featuring Jay-Z.
2015: Beyoncé wins three Grammys
In 2015, Beyoncé added three awards to her Grammy collection. He won Best Surround Sound Album and Best R for ‘Beyoncé’AndB performance and best rAndBoth are B songs for ‘Drunk in Love’ featuring Jay-Z.
2016: Ivy Park clothing line
Adding to his huge list of accomplishments, who can forget when the superstar co-founded popular athleisure clothing line Ivy Park in 2014?! Launched as a joint venture with Topshop in 2016, the brand initially hit the shelves.
After the brand’s mega success, Ivy Park launched a series of collaborations with none other than sports-wear giant Adidas!
2016: Beyoncé released ‘Lemonade’
Beyoncé’s sixth album ‘Lemonade’ has won the award for most talked about – and rightly so. ‘Lemonade’ dropped from NOWHERE on 23 April 2016 as a visual album with a 65-minute film. Tracks on the album mainly focus on Beyoncé’s husband Jay-Z’s alleged infidelity.
Bey doesn’t hold back on the lyrics, with ‘Hold Up’ including the lines, ‘I smell your secret, and I’m not perfect enough to ever feel worthless. How did it come down? Scrolling through your call list’. These themes continue with ‘Sorry’, ‘Look at my watch, he should have been home. Today I regret the night I put that ring on’, before the now-iconic lines, ‘She only wants me when I’m not there. He’ll call Becky with the good hair.’
As you can imagine, the internet went into meltdown! Only adding to the hype was the fact that the album was only available to stream on Jay-Z’s Tidal the first week of its release.
2017: Beyonce takes home two Grammys
Beyoncé followed up her 2015 success by winning two Grammys in 2017 for Best Urban Contemporary Album for ‘Lemonade’ and Best Music Video for ‘Formation’.
Adele won five Grammys this year, competing against Beyoncé in several categories. He famously ‘broke’ his Grammy in half and wanted to give some of it to Beyoncé.
2020: Beyoncé releases ‘Black Is King’
‘Black Is King’ was the visual companion to Beyoncé’s album The Lion King: The Gift, which accompanied the 2020 film.
‘Black Is King’ was directed, written and executive produced by Beyoncé.
2021: Beyonce wrote ‘Be Alive’
Beyonce wrote a song called ‘Be Alive’ which was featured on the soundtrack of the film King Richard, starring Will Smith.
The song was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song.
2022: Beyoncé releases ‘Act I Renaissance’
After what felt like a lifetime, Beyonce officially revealed in June 2022 that she had a new album coming out. After deleting all his social media profile pictures and speaking to his fans, the singer subtly revealed that he has a new album as he changed his bio to simply read: ‘Act i Renaissance 7.29’.
Biotty not only officially revealed that her seventh studio album will be called ‘Act I Renaissance’, but also confirmed that the album will be released on 29th July 2022 – six years since her last album ‘Lemonade’.
Before dropping the album, he released the surprise track ‘Break My Soul’ on June 21st, which has also been released in six different remix versions.
Everything You Need to Know About Beyoncé’s ‘Act and Renaissance’
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