Liberté, Égalité, Beyoncé
Liberté, égalité, Beyoncé! She started in a girl group at her mother’s barbershop and grew into a global superstar. Beyoncé shows little of herself, but inspires millions of people with her music and statements.
Eleven writers explored what makes Beyoncé so inspiring. Some are Beyhive’s witnesses, others Beyoncé critics, but they agree on one thing: Queen B wears her crown with gusto. She came up with the harmonies for Destiny’s Child late at night, released her first solo album against the wishes of her record label and spent nights directing Black Is King. She is powerful, mysterious, successful and a great example to many. Beyoncé is a big sister, mother, feminist, activist and career woman. She sings about infidelity, independence, power, black love and empowerment and shows what you can achieve as a young black woman. Beyoncé’s influence in the world is huge, including in the lives of these eleven Beyoncé experts. They introduce you to the real Queen B.
Compiled and introduced by Beyoncéologist Munganyende Hélène Christelle. With contributions by Rowan Blijd – Ernestine Comvalius – Babeth Fonchie Fotchind – Clarice Gargard – Dalilla Hermans – Angelique Houtveen – Sabrine Ingabire – Soe Nsuki – Amanda Rijff – Marian Spier
- Munganyende Héléne Christelle
- In Dutch
- 166 pages
- First Edition
- Publisher Pluim
- ISBN: 9789083112268