Beyoncé Rose to Fame as a Member of Which Musical Group?

The band that Beyoncé Rose to fame as a member of is Destiny’s Child.

They released their first album in 1997 and had six number one hits before disbanding in 2005. The group consisted of three members: Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams. Beyoncé became the lead vocalist after original frontwoman LaTavia Roberson was forced out because she was pregnant with her second child.

Beyoncé loved music from a young age and had her first solo performance at age seven. Beyoncé loved to perform, but she didn’t intend to be part of any group. Destiny’s Child was formed by two managers who scouted for singers after hearing her sing at an audition. Since their first album, Destiny’s Child has sold more than sixty-five million records worldwide.

Destiny’s Child had their first number one hit with “No, No, No” in 1999. Their next three albums were also number one on the charts: The Writing’s On the Wall (1999), Survivor (2001), and 8 Days of Christmas (2004). In 2005 they released their last studio album, Destiny Fulfilled, and after that they split up. Beyoncé went on to release her solo album Dangerously in Love in 2003 before having three number one albums with B’Day (2006), I Am… Sasha Fierce (2008) and 4 (2011).

Beyoncé is now the lead vocalist of the group The Carter, which consists of her husband Jay-Z ,Solange Knowles,and Kelly Rowland.

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