This beautiful, iconic, and legendary artist we know as Beyoncé recently proved why she’s titled with the well-deserved Queen status. Put some respect on her name, forever and always. Queen B has created a new record of her very own.
Beyoncé has officially achieved a record with the largest audience this century for a female artist at Belgium’s King Baudouin Stadium. Fans are not playing at all when it comes to Beyoncé and her Renaissance tour that’s in full effect. There were a reported 53k concertgoers in attendance at this major milestone and achievement for the singer.
According to businessupturn.com, “The announcement regarding her show in Brussels was made on the 2nd of February and since then fans have been waiting in large quantities for the pre-sale of tickets. The tour started on the 10th of May and will conclude on the 27th of September this year. She will be conducting 57 concerts across 12 countries. On the first day of her expedition, she performed her hit songs ‘Dangerously in Love 2,’ ‘Break My Soul,’ ‘Alien Superstar’ and many more in Sweden.” Fans took to social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and more to broadcast the massive turn out as they witnessed Queen B make history in real time of her performances.
Not only was this achievement a special moment for Beyoncé, but she made sure to give her mother the spotlight honoring her for Mother’s Day. According to uk.style.yahoo.com, “Beyoncé paid tribute to her mum Tina Knowles-Lawson to mark Mother’s Day on Sunday. In a Sunday Instagram post, the Crazy in Love singer shared a photo of her mother’s image being displayed on the screens during her Renaissance World Tour stop in King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels, Belgium. Beyoncé’s post also included a video of Tina cheering on her daughter from the audience. “Happy Muva’s Day,” the singer captioned her tribute. “I love you so much Mama and I’m so grateful for all you do for me.”
Hopefully we’ll be able to see Beyoncé break a plethora of records throughout her Renaissance tour era and maybe another tour from the Queen; if we’re lucky. She has now set new goals for every major artist that wants to be a true star and a house-hold legend.
By Kori Barnes, University of Southern California
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