Beyoncé: From Her Visual Album to Her Visual Style
Heard about Beyonce’s Visual Album?
Beyoncé always seems to be at the top of her game. She was fun and fabulous as a member and lead singer of everyone’s favorite R&B girl group from the 90s, Destiny’s Child. When she went solo, she was fierce– literally Sasha Fierce, and soon dominated all of the female competition in the music industry nationwide and around the world. Her hit song still plays today, So, can all my single ladies put your hands up for the phenomenon that is Beyoncé? And, give the lady an applause for being unique, and releasing what she calls a visual album.
Beyoncé made a surprise, successful comeback at the end of 2013 with the self-titled visual album, Beyoncé. Now she’s not just at the top of her game. She’s redefining her game and the music industry itself. So much so that even busy students at the Harvard business school have taken the time to study Beyoncé. Their goal: To figure out how one woman can reign supreme in an oversaturated market where albums often come and go just like the artists who produce them.
Beyoncé’s Vision: A Visual Album
“I see music. It’s more than just what I hear. When I’m connected to something, I immediately see a visual or a series of images that are tied to a feeling or an emotion, a memory from my childhood, thoughts about life, my dreams or my fantasies. And they’re all connected to the music.”
Beyoncé broke the mold by releasing a visual album. There was also no marketing, and she somehow managed to keep everything top secret even though tons of big names and big people were involved. She is truly a powerhouse, one the people she works with and her fans trust, respect, admire and love.
The Top 5 Tracks on Beyoncé’s Self-Titled Visual Album
It’s hard to pick the top five tracks of off Beyoncé, but you can never hear too much of the following songs on the radio, at the club or even at work:
- Pretty Hurts
- Drunk in Love (Feat. Jay-Z)
- Flawless (Feat. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)
- Mine (Feat. Drake)
Of course, all of the songs of off Beyoncé are worth listening to, and all of the music videos are also worth watching!
Get Inspired by Beyoncé’s Visual Album and Visual Style
Now you can go from listening to Beyoncé’s visual album to rocking her visual style. Of course, when it comes to Beyoncé, virgin hair extensions are everything. You don’t have to have a big budget or a big name stylist to pull off her celebrity weaves.
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