Live performances drain Beyonce as she energizes her fans, says her father
Global superstar Beyonce’s father has said before her first world tour in seven years that the singer’s body is always “exhausted” during her live performances because of her. He transmits his “energy” to his fans to “take home”.
The pop star, 41, who has five UK singles including If I Were A Boy and Crazy In Love, announced this week that she will be visiting the UK to join a series live performance as part of her Renaissance world tour.
Her father, Mathew Knowles, a talent manager and inspirational speaker, has traveled to London to talk to the next generation of performers about what he’s learned from managing R&B group Destiny’s Child , the group that made Beyonce’s name.
While at the event, he told ITV News: “I’m so proud (of Beyonce) because… I know all the work she put in and I know all the creativity she put into it.
“She gave back to her audience and (both) the audience and her walk was exhausting, because she gave them so much energy to bring back with them.
“She is one of the best entertainers of our time today. She cares about her fans, she works hard to connect with them and practice, practice and practice and dare to be different, dare to think outside the box and not be confined to the mindset of an artist. Doctor.”
His other daughter, Solange Knowles, is a backup dancer on Destiny’s Child and a successful musician in her own right, and won a Grammy in 2017 for best R&B performance for Cranes In The Sky single.
Knowles also said: “One thing that I love about my children is that they are good people, they will greet the janitor the same way they greet the president.”
Named after Beyonce’s recent album of the same name, the Renaissance world tour begins May 10 in Stockholm before visiting stadiums in Europe and the UK throughout the spring. and summer.
In the United Kingdom, she performed for the first time at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on 17 May, before moving to Edinburgh’s Murrayfield on 20 May and Sunderland’s Stadium of Light on 23 May .
She will then play two nights at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on May 29-30.
Students will be supported through scholarship funds that will be awarded to colleges and universities in 10 cities along the tour.
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Named after her hit song Formation, an R&B track with trap-and-bounce influences that celebrates her success and culture, Beyonce’s final world tour of 2016 was announced. announced after her appearance as a guest at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show.
Her seventh studio Renaissance, released last year, has seen her go in a different musical direction by combining house music and disco-focused Afrobeats.
Beyonce has proven herself to be a commercial and critical success, topping the charts in both the UK and US, and being nominated for a range of awards.
She will face Adele at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, after both were nominated in the Album of the Year category for Renaissance and 30 respectively.
The last time they competed for the award was in 2017 when it went to Adele.
Both Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z tied — with nine Grammy Award nominations — as the most nominated musical act in the awards’ history.
She was also nominated for a Brit Award in the International Artist of the Year category, alongside Taylor Swift and Lizzo.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/music/live-performances-drain-beyonce-as-she-gives-her-energy-to-fans-her-father-says-42327229.html Live performances drain Beyonce as she energizes her fans, says her father