A beautiful baby girl, supportive husband, blissful marriage and fulfilling career. Is there anything more that Beyonce wants? The "Bootylicious" singer is turning 32 today, and as of this year Beyonce earned 16 Grammys.
Beyonce turns 32
So to pay respect for her achievements in the music industry here's Beyonce's 10 Biggest Billboard hits.
10. Bootylicious - This song marks Destiny's Child fourth Hot 100 No.1 and was released in the US on May 20, 2001. From the group's album Survivor, this song talks about their love to lady lumps and curves. Thanks to this hit song, "Bootlylicious" is now in Oxford English Dictionary in 2004.
9. If I Were A Boy - From th album "I am... Sasha Fierce", this song was released along side "Single ladies (Put a Ring on It). This song features Beyonce at her most honest and was written by BC Jean and Toby Gad. Inspired by a bad break-up of a romantic relationship, "If I Were A Aboy was initially recorded by Jean but was rejected by the record company.
8. Say My Name - Released on November 7, 1999 from the album "The Writing's on the Wall", this song was the third single of the album. "Say My Name" also marks the newly added members of DC, Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin. This song won two Grammy Awards in 2001 which includes the Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
7. Jumpin, Jumpin - Written by Beyonce, this song was created along side Rufus Moore and Chad Elliot. This song managed to peaked at No. 3 on the hot 1oo and the album "The Writings on the Wall" was a certified six-times platinum by the RIAA in September 2000.
6. "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" - Beyonce took the world by storm when she transformed into her alter ego, Sasha Fierce. According to Beyonce, the song addresses the issue that women experience every day and was released simultaneously with her song "If I Were a Boy."
5. Check On It - Released in December 13, 2005, this song features Slim Thug and Bun B on the remix. The song was suppossed to be on the soundtrack album for the 2006 film "The Pink Panther", since it was not included in the album, the song was placed on the 2005 Destiny's Child's greatest hits album #1's.
4. Cracy In Love - This is Beyonce's debut single from her solo album Dangerously in Love that features her now-husband Jay-Z. The song remained for 8 week at the top of the spot.
3. Baby Boy - Featuring the jamaican reggae singer Sean Paul, "Baby Boy" was release by Colombia Records on August 3, 2003. It topped the US Billboard Hot 100 chart for nine consecutive weeks.
2. Irreplaceable - From Beyonce's second studio album "B-day", this song was released on December 5, 2006 in the United States. The song won several awards including the Best R&B/Soul Single at the 2007 Soul Train Music Award.
1. Independent Women Part 1 - From the album "Survivor" of Destiny's Child, this song was released on September 14, 2000 and appeared as the soundtrack to the film adaptation of "Charlie's Angels." This is the first single that features Farrah Franklin and Michelle Williams on vocals.
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