Beyoncé is not simply a pop sensation. She is a cultural phenomenon empowering the oppressed and dispossessed, challenging white privilege and misogyny and exploding gender politics. But who is Beyoncé Knowles-Carter? And how did a small girl from Houston become the strong confident woman whose albums sell in their millions and whose songs have become anthems against racial and sexual discrimination and oppression? This biography sets out to reveal exactly that.Author:
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About the Author
Tshepo Mokoena is an Editorial Director of Vice, and also writes on music for The Guardian. She has been a fan of Beyoncé's since she was a girl and heard her first Destiny's Child song.