Top 10 Beyonce Favorite Songs List 2021
Beyoncé real name is Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter. She was born on 4th September 1981 in Texas to a hair stylist mother and a record manager father. She has excelled as a composer, a singer, an actress as well as a very good dancer. She is also in fashion designing. She started singing when she was only five years old and she has never missed a step since then. Her first step to fame was in the late 1990s when she joined Destiny’s child. It was the bestselling girls group at the time. She later split and in 2003 and released her first solo album which instantly shot her fame and name overnight. In that year, Beyoncé album topped the album list. Here are Beyoncé Favorite Songs List.
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1. Crazy In Love
Crazy in love was the first appearance single by singer as well as songwriter Beyoncé. In this song, she featured her husband and a rapper Jay-Z. Columbia records released the song on May 20, 2003 and it topped in UK album and single chart simultaneously. Producer Rich Harrison, Jay-Z and Beyoncé wrote the song. It incorporates hip-hop elements, soul music and the 1970s- style funk.
It was placed by VHI at the first position among the 100 greatest songs and won in the 2000s. The song won the 46th Grammy Awards as the best R&B song as well as the best song/ rap collaboration. It also won other three awards in the MTV 2003 music video awards while its director Jake Nava won the music video production Association award For the best R&B video in the year 2004. The song has since then been used in several medias and television shows. In 2004, (ASCAP) American Society of Composer, Authors and Publishers indicated that crazy in love was the most played song.
Halo was recorded by Beyoncé in her third album studio I AM Sasha Fierce in 2008. The song was released by Columbia records to mainstream radio in United States on January 20, 2009. The song was composed by Evan Bogart, Ryan Tedder and Beyoncé. The R&B song Halo describes sublime love and it features were piano, keyboard, sting, drum, percussion and synthesizer instrumentation.
However, Kelly Clarkson claimed that Tedder had reused the musical arrangement that were in her 2009 song already gone’. The song Halo received positive reviews and it won the 52nd Grammy awards as the best female pop vocal performance and was nominated as the record of the year too. In 2009, the song won the best song in the MTV Europe Music Awards. Halo also topped in the single charts of Slovakia, Norway and Brazil and it reached a top five position in Germany, Australia, New-Zealand, United kingdom, Us, Italy and Ireland. It was certified double platinum in US and Spain and quadruple-platinum in Australia.
The song countdown was recorded by Beyoncé Knowles in 2011. It was written by Shea taylor, Cainon lamb, Ester Dean, Terius nash, Julie frost, Wanya morris, Nathan Morris, Michael Bivins and Knowles and was produced by Taylor, Lamb and Knowles. The song was sent to radio on October 4, 2011. It incorporates aspects such as reggae, funk, world music and hip-hop. In the song lyrics, it states how the protagonist will appreciate the lover, celebrate self-worthiness and delivers a message of monogamy to the lover. The song maturity surprised the critics who compared it to her other solo songs as well as the songs she had earlier released with destiny child. Countdown was able to be position two in 2011 pazz and jop critics. The song was also included in the year’s best lists songs by critics and other publication such as rolling tone, the guardian and spin.
4. Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)
The song Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” was recorded by the American singer Beyoncé Knowles for the third studio album called I Am Sasha Fierce in (2008). Columbia records released the dong on October 13, 2008. It was inspired by her marriage on April 2008 to rapper Jay-z. The song talks about men unwilling to commit. Thaddis Harrel, Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart and Beyoncé composed the song. Single ladies is and R&B and dance-pop with disco, bounce and dance hall influences.
It won Grammy awards as the song of the year, the best R&B song and the best female R&B vocal performance. In 2008, it was named the best song by media such as the rolling stone, Time magazine and MTV news.
Irreplaceable was released on 5th December 2006 in the US as the third single in the album bday. The song irreplaceable was recorded by Beyoncé to her studio album’bdy’ in 2006. Neyo (Shaffer smith), Espen Lind, amund Biorklund, Mikkel.S. Eriksen, Erik hermansen and Beyoncé wrote the song. The song is about empowering women and breaking from an unfaithful relationship. It was released through Columbia records. Irreplaceable has won many awards such as best soul/R&B single in the year 2007 for the Soul Train Music Awards. It was also nominated in the 50th gammy awards for record of the year.
6. Love On Top
Beyoncé Knowles recorded the song love on top for the fourth studio album. She wrote the song with the assistance of Shea Taylor and Terius nash and she produced it with Taylor. In the song, Beyoncé talks about a man who has earned her respect and love and always call even after being faced with hard work and grief. It was after performing the song during the MTV Video music Awards that she announced she was pregnant. The song has won many awards including the 55th Grammy awards for the best traditional R&B performance.
7. Baby Boy
This song has gotten better with time. It was released in the August 2003 By Columbia records and Beyoncé featured Sean Paul who is a Jamaican R&B star. The song is dancehall and has the influence of Arabic music. It talks about the fantasies of a woman. Jake Nava directed the song and it shows Beyonce dancing in different locations. In 2005, ASCAP recognized baby boy as one of the best performed song.
Columbia records released the son Diva in 2009 and was recorded by Beyoncé Knowles. Sean Garret, Beyoncé and Shondrae Crawford wrote and produced the Diva song for the third studio album. The songs message is about female empowerment and independence.
9. If I Were A Boy
This song was inspired by a bad break up. It was released in 2008 and the honesty of the song drew a very large crowd. If I were a boy reached the second position in the UK single charts. Toby Gad and BC Jean with Beyoncé Knowles handled the production of the song. The song is pop introspective with drums, strings and acoustic guitar instrumentation.
10. Best Thing I Never Had
Beyonce recorded this song for the fourth album studio. Columbia records released it on June 1st, 2011. It was composed by Kenneth Edmonds, Patrick Smith, Shea taylor, Antonio Dixon, Caleb McCambpell, Beyoncé and Symbolyc One. KMA studio in NYC wrote and produced the song. All genders can be able to relate to the song.