Aug 18, Photograph by Getty Images If I possessed musical talent, I would totally write an epic song or two for my lovely daughter. It would be catchy, sweet and beautiful—just like her. Alas, when I sing I'm asked to stop. I hit all the wrong keys on the piano, and let's not talk about that time I attempted to play the violin.
Email Copy Link Copied It is no secret that Beyonce is pretty much the most famous celebrity out there at least when it comes to the music industry. Beyonce has been in the music industry for more than two decades, and still, somehow she is still on top.
Well, you know why. She is the best. Is it her flawless range, her killer moves or her catchy lyrics? Did she even write her trademark and popular lyrics herself?
You might be surprised! On more than one occasion Beyonce has maintained that she wrote "Irreplaceable," from a place of personal experience. However, Ne-yo wrote the lyrics in their entirety, while Beyonce only wrote the background harmonies, according to Ne-yo.
Because of this, she was inspired to write, "Bootylicious" as an anthem for curvy women everywhere. And I came across this Stevie Nicks song. Something about this guitar riff reminded me of a voluptuous woman.
Look it up in the dictionary. She did just that. However, fate had a different plan for the group and that would be international stardom.
That would never work, they said. Survivor is still an amazing song to this day. It was really powerful and dramatic to watch, but it was also so much fun to listen to.
It was released in to positive reviews. People still jam to it to this day. Who gets the credit for writing this is a little hard to pinpoint, however.
Or, at least much of it.
Beyonce said, "Crazy in Love" was really hard to write because there was so much going on… "I mean, I had written—what? This was the first but certainly not the last time that Beyonce has been accused of taking credit for something. The song is unlike anything else that Beyonce had ever recorded and she was definitely tooting her own horn, and basically telling her industry peers to bow down to her.
After the song made its rounds online inBeyonce faced a ton of backlash and took to iTunes radio to defend herself. And if the song never comes out, OK!
If people like it, great.Sep 29, · Beyoncé wrote a beautiful song about her miscarriage called "Heartbeat," and I have to admit, knowing that Queen Bey experienced something so painful and of this world makes me feel a .
Whether the audience bought his lines — the song did earn a sizable cheer — fans did seem to buy the united front. And the mostly $plus tickets they bought did provide a lot of bang for.
From there, the Grammy winner put her feelings into her music: "I went into the studio and wrote the saddest song I've ever written in my life. And it was actually the first song I wrote for my album. m Followers, 0 Following, 1, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Beyoncé (@beyonce). Beyoncé has openly spoken about various battles in her life – depression, having a miscarriage before Blue Ivy was conceived and her insecurities surrounding being a wife and a mother.
Feb 08, · Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show featuring Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars has prompted more online comment, analysis and reaction the morning after than the football game itself.