Beyoncé, Beyoncé ("Beautiful Liar" voice). For over twenty-five years and counting, we've been fortunate enough to watch Queen Bey evolve into one of music's all-time great entertainers. Debuting in 1997 as the lead singer of Destiny's Child alongside other teen acts that emerged in the late 1990s like Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera to name a few, Beyoncé officially launched her solo career in 2003 with her debut studio album Dangerously In Love which reached No. 1 on the charts, spawned multiple hit singles, and earned her five Grammy Awards in 2004. In the years since, Bey has released six more studio albums, the soundtrack album Lion King: The Gift, and five live albums. Then there's also the deluxe versions of B'Day, I Am... Sasha Fierce, and Lion King: The Gift. That brings our total to 13 albums so far in Bey's legendary career. Ahead of her new concert film Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, which releases on December 1st, we've put together a guide to the Beyoncé albums in order from her first to her most present.
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