One thing is clear—if Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter was a "grown woman" ten years ago when she released her groundbreaking self-titled album, then she most certainly is in her highest evolved state now as a legend who in her own words "has nothing left to prove." Debuting as the lead singer of Destiny's Child in 1997 and progressing into a solo career that includes seven number-one albums, over 200 million records sold worldwide, the most Grammy Awards of All-Time, and an eventual two-time induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when she's eligible (one for Destiny's Child and one solo) amongst other accomplishments, Beyoncé is right—she truly doesn't have anything left to prove to anyone. Anything else she does at this point is just simply adding onto her legacy, and right now she is undoubtedly in her prime.
The latest accomplishment in a year that has included her becoming the most-awarded Grammy artist in history and embarking on record-setting world tour in support of last year's Renaissance release (a tour that grossed close to $600 million by the way), is a concert film/documentary of the latter. Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, is not only a documentary that gives you a behind the scenes look at the action that took place during the tour, but a rare insight into the private life that the superstar fiercely protects.