Beyoncé videography

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Beyoncé in 2011

American singer, songwriter and actress Beyoncé has released various music videos. She first appeared in the 1999 music video for Case's "Happily Ever After", after which she made her film debut as the lead in the direct-to-video musical Carmen: A Hip Hopera (2001).[1] Beyoncé's first solo music video was the soundtrack single "Work It Out" for the 2002 film Austin Powers in Goldmember, her first theatrical film. After Destiny's Child—a girl group of which Beyoncé was a member—went on hiatus,[2] she released in 2003 her first music video as a solo artist for "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) from Dangerously in Love. It won three awards at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, including Best Female Video.[3] Other videos from the album included for the singles "Baby Boy", "Me, Myself and I" and "Naughty Girl" in 2003 and 2004.

In 2006, Beyoncé starred in two films: The Pink Panther, which spawned the single "Check on It" and its pink-themed video, and the musical drama Dreamgirls, which earned her a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress nomination.[4] From her second solo album B'Day (2006), she released the music videos for "Déjà Vu", which proved controversial,[5] "Irreplaceable", which garnered her an MTV Video Music Award nomination, and "Beautiful Liar" with Colombian singer Shakira.[6] Beyoncé created a video anthology for the album, with music videos for all songs. The year 2008 saw the release of her third album, I Am... Sasha Fierce, which spawned music videos for nearly all of its songs, including "If I Were a Boy", "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" and "Ego". The black-and-white video for "Single Ladies" inspired a dance craze and many imitations worldwide, winning several accolades, including the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year.[7][8] Beyoncé ended the decade with the lead role in the thriller film Obsessed (2009) and a collaboration with Lady Gaga on the video for "Video Phone"; they later worked on Gaga's "Telephone" in 2010, which was shot as a short film.

The release of Beyoncé's fourth album 4 (2011) was preceded by the music videos for its singles "Run the World (Girls)" and "Best Thing I Never Had". The latter won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography and was followed by a number of other videos from 4.[9] In 2013, Beyoncé voiced the role of Queen Tara in the animated film Epic and released her self-titled fifth effort, a "visual album", whose every track was accompanied by non-linear short films, including the MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year-nominated "Drunk in Love" and two extra videos to accompany the two-part tracks "Haunted" and "Partition", as well as a bonus video for "Grown Woman".[10][11] She reissued the album in 2014 as part of a platinum edition, which spawned videos for the new tracks, such as "7/11" and "Ring Off".[12] "7/11" was nominated for five awards at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, winning for Best Editing.[13] Other videos during this period include "Feeling Myself" with Nicki Minaj and "Hymn for the Weekend" with Coldplay in 2015 and 2016, respectively. In 2016, Beyoncé released her sixth studio album, Lemonade, accompanied by a one-hour film of same name aired on HBO.[14] The visual earned Beyoncé nominations for Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Variety Special and Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special and a Grammy Award for Best Music Film.[15][16] She was nominated for 11 awards at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, winning eight, six for "Formation"[a]—which also won the Grammy Award for Best Music VideoBest Female Video for "Hold Up" and Best Long Form Video for the film.[17][18] She has won a total of 24 MTV Video Music Awards, more than any other artist.[19]

Beyoncé has appeared in television shows, including in guest judging roles in American Idol and The X Factor, as well the autobiographical television film Life Is But a Dream (2013). She has also featured in several commercials, including for Pepsi, with which she signed a $50 million deal in 2013. She received some criticism for endorsing a sugary product.[20] Among her several video albums, her 2014 concert special On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program and Grammy Award for Best Music Film.[21][22]

List of music videos[edit]

1999 and 2000s[edit]

Jake Nava
Nine of Beyoncé's videos have been directed by Jake Nava.
Matthew Rolston
Matthew Rolston directed two of Beyoncé's music videos.
Jay-Z
Beyoncé's husband Jay-Z has collaborated on several music videos.
Sean Paul
Sean Paul is seen in the video for "Baby Boy".
Shawn Levy
Shawn Levy directed the video for "A Woman Like Me".
Shakira
Shakira features in "Beautiful Liar".
Solange Knowles
Beyoncé's sister Solange features in "Get Me Bodied".
Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy plays Beyoncé's love interest in "Halo".
Title Year Other performer(s) credited Director(s) Description Ref(s)
"Happily Ever After" 1999 Case Little x Beyoncé features as Case's love interest in the music video. [23]
"I Got That" 2000 Amil Darren Grant and Jay-Z Begins with Beyoncé and a director discussing someone they are filming. The rest of the video focuses on Amil and Beyoncé in a car, shopping as female rapper Eve briefly appears in the video. [24]
"Work It Out" 2002 None Matthew Rolston First solo soundtrack music video that is 1970s disco inspired. Contains clip of Austin Powers in Goldmember. [25]
"'03 Bonnie & Clyde" 2002 Jay-Z Chris Robinson Beyoncé and Jay-Z play modern day-version of the 1920s bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde, escaping from the law. Influenced by True Romance. [26]
"Crazy in Love" 2003 Jay-Z Jake Nava Various dance sequences and blowing up a car. According to Beyoncé, the video "celebrates the evolution of a woman". [27]
"Fighting Temptation" 2003 Missy Elliott, MC Lyte and Free Antti Jokinen Shot in an abandoned mansion nearby Los Angeles, the video features Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, MC Lyte and Free among clips from The Fighting Temptations movie. [28]
"He Still Loves Me" 2003 Walter Williams Sr. Jonathan Lynn The eponymous choir group from The Fighting Temptations film, led by Beyoncé's character Lilly, perform the song in a theater stage in front of a large audience. Clips from various scenes from the movie are also shown. [29]
"Baby Boy" 2003 Sean Paul Jake Nava Dance sequences at a beach and in a house with English and Japanese-style rooms. [30]
"Me, Myself and I"[b] 2003 None Johan Renck Aftermath of a break-up played in reverse. [32]
"Naughty Girl" 2004 None Jake Nava Dancing flirtatiously with Usher in a retro-looking club. [33]
"Check on It" 2005 Bun B and Slim Thug Hype Williams Dance sequences in pink outfits and backgrounds, reflecting The Pink Panther. Contains 1950s influences. [34]
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"A Woman Like Me" 2006 None Shawn Levy Beyoncé, as Xania, performs the song on a small stage with two back-up dancers. Officially released on The Pink Panther film DVD. [36]
[37]
"Déjà Vu" 2006 Jay-Z Sophie Muller Dance sequences in high-end clothing. A scene was deemed to have "unacceptable interactions" between Beyoncé and Jay-Z, interpreted by some as fellatio. [38]
[39]
"Ring the Alarm"
+(Fans Only version)
2006 None Sophie Muller Beyoncé being dragged into an interrogation room. Pays tribute to Basic Instinct. [40]
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[42]
"Irreplaceable"
+ "Irreemplazable" (2007)
2006 None Anthony Mandler Beyoncé kicking out her cheating boyfriend (played by model Bobby Roache) out of her mansion. [43]
"Listen"
(Performance version)
+(Director's cut)
2006 None Diane Martel Modern-day stage scenes intercut with footage from Dreamgirls. [44]
[45]
"Listen"
(Vogue Shoot version)
+(Director's cut)
2006 None Matthew Rolston Beyoncé performs the song against a blank background among interspersed scenes from a photo shoot within her film Dreamgirls. [46]
"Beautiful Liar" 2007 Shakira Jake Nava The two singers dance in front of contrasting backgrounds, before belly-dancing and giving a look-alike effect. [47]
"Upgrade U" 2007 Jay-Z Melina Matsoukas Referencing designer brands. In some scenes, Beyoncé impersonates Jay-Z. [48]
"Kitty Kat" 2007 None Melina Matsoukas Beyoncé, dressed as a feline, plays with and rides a gigantic cat. [47]
"Green Light" 2007 None Melina Matsoukas Beyoncé and her backing band, Suga Mama, dancing using musical instruments as props. Influenced by Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" music video. [47]
"Flaws and All" 2007 None Beyoncé and Cliff Watts "Silly and goofy" black-and-white video revealing a personal side of Beyoncé. [47]
[49]
"Get Me Bodied"
+(Timbaland Mix featuring Voltio)
2007 None Anthony Mandler Instructional dance-oriented video featuring cameo appearances by Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams and sister Solange Knowles. Displays 1960s influences and pays tribute to Sweet Charity. [50]
"Freakum Dress" 2007 None Ray Kay Beyoncé and various women "of different ethnicities, sizes, shapes, ages" dance in instantly-changing colorful metallic dresses. [50]
[51]
"Suga Mama" 2007 None Melina Matsoukas Beyoncé portrays a man and transitions to womanhood. Features pole dancing and mechanical bull riding. [48]
[50]
"Still in Love (Kissing You)" 2007 None Beyoncé and Cliff Watts Black and white simulation of a found home video of Beyoncé in a simple bathing suit lying on the beach under the sun singing some of the song's lyrics. [52]
"If I Were a Boy"
+ "Si Yo Fuera un Chico"
2008 None Jake Nava Gender role-reversal, outlining things that men do that hurt their girlfriends. [53]
[54]
[55]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" 2008 None Jake Nava J-Setting choreography inspired by Bob Fosse's "Mexican Breakfast". [56]
"Diva" 2008 None Melina Matsoukas Dancing in a warehouse, before blowing up a car. Also includes snippet of "Video Phone". [57]
"Halo"[c]
2008 None Philip Andelman Light scenery, illustrating love between Beyoncé and her partner, played by Michael Ealy. [57]
[58]
"Ego"
+(Remix featuring Kanye West)
+(Fan exclusive version) [d]
2009 None Beyoncé and Frank Gatson "Stripped down" choreography in front of a black brick wall and around a chair. [60]
[61]
"Broken-Hearted Girl" 2009 None Sophie Muller Reminiscing on a former romance on a beach. [62]
"Sweet Dreams" 2009 None Adria Petty Dance sequences in asymmetrical dresses and robot-style costumes. [63]
[64]
"Video Phone"
(Extended remix)
2009 Lady Gaga Hype Williams Firing toy firearms and chair dancing. The video's opening is inspired by the film Reservoir Dogs. [65]

2010s[edit]

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga and Beyoncé collaborated on "Video Phone" and "Telephone".
Francis Lawrence
Francis Lawrence directed the music video for "Run the World (Girls)".
Jonas Åkerlund
Jonas Åkerlund has directed four videos Beyoncé has featured in.
Jourdan Dunn
Jourdan Dunn plays one of the three models in "Yoncé".
Jake Gyllenhaal
Jake Gyllenhaal, one of the multiple celebrities to make a cameo in "Run".
Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé have appeared in three videos together.
Guillaume Nery
Free-diver Guillaume Nery appears in the video for "Runnin' (Lose It All)".
Coldplay
Beyoncé appears in the music video for British rock band Coldplay's "Hymn for the Weekend".
Serena Williams
Tennis player Serena Williams makes a cameo appearance in "Sorry".
Title Year Other performer(s) credited Director(s) Description Ref(s)
"Telephone"
+ Clean edit
2010 Lady Gaga Jonas Åkerlund Continuation of "Paparazzi". Beyoncé bails Gaga out of jail and murders her love interest, played by Tyrese Gibson. Pays homage to Kill Bill, Caged Heat and Pulp Fiction. Features cameo appearance by Semi Precious Weapons. [66]
"Put It in a Love Song"[e] 2010 Alicia Keys Melina Matsoukas Unreleased, though known visuals show a Brazilian Carnival theme. Filmed in Rio de Janeiro. [68]
"Why Don't You Love Me"
+(MK Ultras Mix)
2010 None Beyoncé and Melina Matsoukas In the 1950s-influenced video, Beyoncé, as "B.B. Homemaker", does household chores. Pays homage to Betty Draper. [69]
"Move Your Body" 2011 None Melina Matsoukas Students join Beyoncé to perform choreography by Frank Gatson. In the choreography, Beyoncé and the students "mix salsa, dancehall, and the running man." The music video for "Move Your Body" takes place as a four-minute long flash mob. The video begins during lunch hour at what looks like a junior high cafeteria [70]
"Run the World (Girls)" 2011 None Francis Lawrence Leading an army of 200 dancers in the heavily choreographed clip, Beyoncé begins a revolution for females. The video features usage of animals including lions and hyenas. [71]
"Best Thing I Never Had" 2011 None Diane Martel As Beyoncé prepares for her wedding, she recalls attending her high school prom with her high school sweetheart, who had left her. However, Beyoncé gets the last laugh as she walks down the aisle to marry a better man. [72]
"1+1" 2011 None Beyoncé, Laurent Briet and Ed Burke Unlike Beyoncé's past efforts which incorporated the heavy dance routines, the video experiments with psychedelic visual effects and lighting. [73]
"Countdown"
+ Alternate edit
2011 None Beyoncé and Adria Petty The video pays homage to different entertainment icons of the 1950s—1990s including Audrey Hepburn, Twiggy, Michael Jackson, Patricia Field, The Beatles, as well as films and musicals like Dreamgirls, Fame and Flashdance the Musical. Also borrows inspiration from choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. [74]
[75]
"Love on Top" 2011 None Beyoncé and Ed Burke Wearing a black leotard, stockings, high-top sneakers, and a medal-adorned military cap, Beyoncé, together with her five male dancers, perform choreographed moves in a penthouse studio overlooking New York City. [76]
"Party" 2011 J. Cole Beyoncé and Alan Ferguson Beyoncé throws a backyard bash with her friends in the colorful, retro-themed video. Featured rapper J. Cole sweeps through in his blue Bugatti to join the old school festivities. Kelly Rowland and Solange make cameo appearances. [77]
[78]
"Dance for You" 2011 None Beyoncé and Alan Ferguson Beyoncé dances seductively on a table, on a master's chair and with her female dancers, to a mysterious detective in his office. The black and white video incorporates a film noir style, and has a 1940s-era feel. [79]
"I Was Here"
+(Live at Roseland)
2012 None Kenzo Digital and Sophie Muller The video was filmed in front of a live audience at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Beyoncé performs the song before a colossal screen that projects images of volunteers doing humanitarian work around the world. [80]
"Pretty Hurts" 2013 None Melina Matsoukas The video shows Beyoncé as a contestant competing in a beauty pageant trying to achieve physical perfection. [81]
"Ghost" 2013 None Pierre Debusschere The video opens with a close-up shot of Beyoncé's face lip-syncing the song's lyrics. Various shots of the singer in different flowing outfits and sets are featured. Other scenes show dancers with their whole bodies covered in white clothing simulating ghosts. [81]
[82]
"Haunted" 2013 None Jonas Åkerlund The video features Beyoncé walking in the corridor of a big mansion meeting various characters in different sexual get-ups inside the mansion's rooms. Critics compared the video of "Haunted" and the singer's look with works by Madonna. [81]
[83]
"Drunk in Love" 2013 Jay-Z Hype Williams The song's music video was directed by Hype Williams and shot in black-and-white in Golden Beach, Florida at a beach front manse. Beyoncé and Jay-Z frolic at the beach at night. [81]
[84]
"Blow" 2013 None Hype Williams The video was filmed at a roller skating rink in Houston, Texas and it features Beyoncé's sister Solange, her background dancers and her female band. The singer's style received comparisons to 1980's fashion and music videos in a similar way to the song itself. [81]
[85]
"No Angel" 2013 None @lilinternet The video was filmed in Houston, Texas, as a tribute to the singer's hometown. It features various landscape shots of the city and some of its famous places as well as close-up shots of many people, including ten Houston-based rappers. [81]
[86]
"Yoncé" 2013 None Ricky Saiz Throughout the clip, Beyoncé introduces viewers to her new alter ego Yoncé, whose preferences include Brooklyn, her grill, and "being the hottest girl in the club". The video also features fashion and video models Chanel Iman, Jourdan Dunn and Joan Smalls. [81]
[87]
"Partition" 2013 None Jake Nava The concept of the video was meant to illustrate the lyrics of the song. It depicts Beyoncé's sexual fantasies as a rich and bored housewife. [81]
[88]
"Jealous" 2013 None Beyoncé, Francesco Carrozzini and Todd Tourso The video for "Jealous" is considered to be a sequel to the previous clip on the album, "Partition". [89]
"Rocket" 2013 None Beyoncé, Ed Burke and Bill Kirstein The black-and-white video features various close-up shots of Beyoncé throughout; she is seen writhing on a bed dressed in lingerie, eating strawberries, having a shower inside a bathtub, playing on a piano, walking along a hotel corridor and lighting up a cigarette atop a car. [90]
"Mine" 2013 Drake Pierre Debusschere The video picks up on the theme of isolation and references two works of art: Michelangelo's sculpture "Pietà" and René Magritte's painting "The Lovers" (1928). Beyoncé is shown wearing a veil and a gown with a mask of her own face on her hand, that she later puts on, simulating a statue's peaceful expression. Among other scenes the video shows a couple kissing with their heads enshrouded by white fabric. Drake also appears in the video. [91]
"XO" 2013 None Terry Richardson The music video was filmed on Coney Island's Cyclone roller coaster. [92]
"Flawless" 2013 Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Jake Nava The video opens with original footage from Star Search, with young Beyoncé and other members of Girl's Tyme being announced by Ed McMahon. It transitions to other scenes shot in black-and-white, showing Beyoncé headbanging and moshing with members of a punk subculture, as well as dancing with a team of street dancers in a graffiti covered alley. [81]
[93]
"Superpower" 2013 Frank Ocean Jonas Åkerlund The video was filmed in a former shopping mall and presents a post-apocalyptic street war theme. The video features cameos by Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, as well as Pharrell Williams. [94]
"Heaven" 2013 None Beyoncé and Todd Tourso The video was shot in Puerto Rico and shows happy visuals of Beyoncé and a friend doing many amazing things together. The video implies the scenes of the girls together was actually Beyoncé's friend's bucket list, but she has actually passed away. [81]
[93]
"Blue" 2013 Blue Ivy Carter Beyoncé, Ed Burke and Bill Kirstein The video is an intimate and touching diary of two-year-old Blue Ivy vacationing with her parents in Rio de Janeiro. [95]
"Grown Woman" 2013 None Jake Nava The video shows old footage of the singer as a child and teen and then re-enacting the footage in the present day as an adult. [96]
"Run" 2014 Jay-Z Melina Matsoukas The music video was revealed to be a "faux-trailer" entitled "RUN", with "Part II (On the Run)" playing in the background. The video, which features multiple celebrity cameos including Don Cheadle, Guillermo Díaz, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kidada Jones, Rashida Jones, Blake Lively, Emmy Rossum and Sean Penn, shows Beyoncé and Jay-Z out on a Bonnie and Clyde expedition, filled with action, crime, love and guns. [97]
"Say Yes" 2014 Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams Matthew A. Cherry The clip depicts the three singers at a street party, dancing and singing with a crowd, along with solo appearances of each singer in a forest, wearing white clothes. [98]
"7/11" 2014 None Beyoncé The clip was shot in the style of a home-made visual with the singer dancing at various locations: patio, balcony, hotel suite, a bathroom and in front of a Christmas tree. [99]
"Flawless (Remix)" 2014 Nicki Minaj Jonas Åkerlund Live performance video filmed during the concert in Paris, France of the On the Run Tour. Minaj joins Beyoncé onstage to perform the "Flawless (Remix)". Both singers perform dressed in clothes designed by Versace's Versus. [100]
"Feeling Myself" 2015 Nicki Minaj Todd Tourso Released exclusively on the streaming service Tidal, the video features Minaj and Beyoncé partying in a pool. [101]
"Bitch I'm Madonna" 2015 Madonna
(featuring Nicki Minaj)
Jonas Åkerlund Beyoncé is featured miming the lyric "Bitch I'm Madonna" in the video. [102]
"Runnin' (Lose It All)" 2015 Naughty Boy and Arrow Benjamin Charlie Robins The video depicts a woman and a man chasing each other underwater, portrayed by freedivers Guillaume Néry and Alice Modolo. [103]
"Hymn for the Weekend" 2016 Coldplay Ben Mor The video was shot in October 2015 at various Indian cities including scenes in the Bassein Fort in Vasai, Mumbai. The video features Beyoncé in elaborate Indian attire in various settings. Indian actress Sonam Kapoor also makes an appearance. [104]
"Formation" 2016 None Melina Matsoukas Shot in New Orleans, Louisiana, the video features references to Hurricane Katrina, antebellum, and Louisiana Creole culture, besides dealing with police brutality and racism. [105]
"Sorry" 2016 None Beyoncé and Kahlil Joseph Filmed in black-and-white, the video features multiple cameo appearances by celebrities Serena Williams, Ibeyi, Amandla Stenberg, Quvenzhané Wallis, and Zendaya. Originally part of Beyoncé's Lemonade film that premiered on HBO, an official music video was uploaded to her YouTube channel in June 2016. [106]
"Hold Up" 2016 None Beyoncé and Kahlil Joseph Originally part of the Lemonade film, the video features Beyoncé destroying multiple cars and security cameras using a baseball bat. According to Mashable, Beyoncé also makes reference of Oshun, a Yoruba goddess. [107]
"All Night" 2017 None Melina Matsoukas Includes footage from Beyoncé's home movies, including her and Jay Z's wedding day and spending family time with their daughter. [108]
"Sandcastles" 2017 None Mark Romanek Also part of the film Lemonade, it features scenes of a tearful Beyoncé together with Jay Z who is seen embracing her, and laying together with her. Gerrick D. Kennedy from Los Angeles Times describes it as "the most intimate of displays for pop's most intensely private couple". [109]
"Love Drought" 2017 None Kahlil Joseph A troubled Beyoncé lies down in the middle of an empty football stadium. The singer leads a group of black women walking through water while the sun is setting. [110]
"Family Feud" 2017 Jay-Z Ava DuVernay The video features multiple cameo appearances by actors Trevante Rhodes, Michael B. Jordan, Thandie Newton, Jessica Chastain, America Ferrera, David Oyelowo, Brie Larson, Rashida Jones, Mindy Kaling, Rosario Dawson, Omari Hardwick, Storm Reid, Emayatazy Corinealdi, Constance Wu, Janet Mock, Niecy Nash, Irene Bedard, Susan Kelchi Watson, Henry G. Sanders, etc. Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy are filmed in a church.
"Apeshit" 2018 Jay-Z as. the Carters Ricky Saiz OTR II Tour and filmed in Louvre in Paris in May 2018. [111]

Albums[edit]

Live video albums[edit]

Title Album details Notes Ref.
Live at Wembley Features her concert at Wembley Arena in London as part of her Dangerously in Love Tour in support of her debut solo studio album Dangerously in Love (2003). [112]
The Beyoncé Experience Live
  • Released: November 16, 2007
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: DVD, digital download
Filmed at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on September 2, 2007, during her world tour The Beyoncé Experience. [113]
I Am... Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas
  • Released: November 20, 2009
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: DVD, digital download
Filmed at the Encore Theater, Las Vegas by Ed Burke, on August 2, 2009, during a stint of Beyoncé's worldwide I Am... Tour (2009–2010). [114]
I Am... World Tour
  • Released: November 26, 2010
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: DVD, digital download
Directed, produced and edited by Beyoncé, is a combination of performances from I Am... World Tour, running from March 2009 through February 2010. [115]
Live at Roseland: Elements of 4
  • Released: November 21, 2011
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: DVD, digital download
Directed by Beyoncé, Ed Burke and Anthony Green, and was executively produced by Beyoncé, it was filmed during her 4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé revue, which was held at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City in August 2011. [116]
Live in Atlantic City It was directed by the singer and Burke as part of the home media release of her autobiographical television film Life Is But a Dream. The concert film contains footage from Beyoncé's four-night residency show Revel Presents: Beyoncé Live in May 2012. [117]

Compilation video albums[edit]

Title Album details Notes Ref.
Beyoncé: The Ultimate Performer
  • Released: November 26, 2006
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: DVD
Features exclusive footage and concerts that were held in France, Japan, the UK and the US. [118]

Music video albums[edit]

Title Album details Notes Ref.
BET Presents Beyoncé
  • Released: September 4, 2006
  • Label: BET
  • Format: DVD
Contains footage of Beyoncé backing band, Suga Mama, her clothing line, House of Deréon, and Dreamgirls, as well as appearances by Beyoncé on 106 & Park and the BET Awards. [119]
Video Triple Play
  • Released: November 21, 2006
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Format: digital download
iTunes Store release which comprises the music videos for "Check on It", "Déjà Vu" (Edited Version) and "Ring the Alarm. [120]
B'Day Anthology Video Album
  • Released: April 3, 2007
  • Label: Columbia
  • Format: DVD
Contains thirteen music videos for songs from her second studio album, B'Day (2006) and its deluxe edition in 2007. [121]
Video Triple Play
  • Released: September 4, 2007
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Format: Digital download
iTunes Store release which comprises the music videos for "Irreplaceable", "Beautiful Liar" and "Get Me Bodied". [122]
Above and Beyoncé: Video Collection & Dance Mixes
  • Released: June 16, 2009
  • Label: Columbia
  • Format: DVD, digital download
Contains two discs—music videos on one disc and dance remixes on the other—and "behind the scenes" footage. [123]
Live at Roseland: Elements of 4
  • Released: November 29, 2011
  • Label: Columbia
  • Format: DVD
A two-disc DVD that contains a complete concert from the 4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé revue, bonus offstage footage, a 20-page booklet and seven music videos from Beyoncé's 4 album. [124]

Filmography[edit]

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 Carmen Brown Acting debut; Leading role [125]
Austin Powers in Goldmember 2002 Foxxy Cleopatra Film debut; Leading role [126]
The Fighting Temptations 2003 Lilly Leading role [127]
Fade to Black 2004 Herself Documentary [128]
The Pink Panther 2006 Xania Supporting role [129]
Dreamgirls 2006 Deena Jones Leading role [129]
Cadillac Records 2008 Etta James Supporting role [130]
Obsessed 2009 Sharon Charles Leading role [131]
Epic 2013 Queen Tara Voice role [132]
The Lion King 2019 Nala Voice role [133]

Television[edit]

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Smart Guy 1998 Herself Episode "A Date With Destiny" [134]
The Famous Jett Jackson 2000 Herself Episode "Backstage Pass" [135]
The Wayne Brady Show 2003 Herself Promoting The Fighting Temptations [136]
All of Us 2005 Herself Episode "Kindergarten Confidential" [137]
My Night at the Grammys 2007 Herself Interview [138]
The X Factor (UK) 2008 Herself Guest role [139]
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! 2009 Shine/Daisy Voice role [140]
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!: Wubb Idol 2009 Shine/Daisy Voice role [140]
Britain's Next Top Model, Cycle 6 2010 Herself Guest star [141]
Beyoncé: Shine – An Unauthorized Story On Beyoncé Knowles 2010 Herself Documentary [142]
American Idol 2011 Mentor Season 10 [143]
Beyoncé: Year of 4 2011 Herself Promotion for 4 [144]
The X Factor (Australia) 2011 Guest judge Season 3 [145]
A Night with Beyoncé 2011 Herself TV special [146]
Life Is But a Dream 2013 Herself Documentary television film directed by Beyoncé [147]
Beyoncé: Finding Her Destiny 2013 Herself Documentary [148]
On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z 2014 Herself Concert film [149]
Beyoncé: Fierce and Fabulous 2014 Herself Documentary [150]
The BET Life of...Beyonce 2015 Herself Documentary [151]
Lip Sync Battle 2016 Herself Season 2; cameo [152]
Being Serena 2018 Herself Episode 3

Commercials[edit]

Company and product Year Description Ref.
Pepsi 2002 A song from Carmen: A Hip Hopera is featured in the commercial. [153]
Pepsi 2003 Featuring her song "Crazy in Love", the commercial sees Beyoncé sip a Pepsi can. [154]
True Star 2003 Shot in black and white, the commercial features Beyoncé singing "Wishing on a Star" as she tumbles around. [155]
Pepsi 2004 In the commercial, Beyoncé faces off Britney Spears and P!nk in a Roman arena as gladiators. However, they throw their weapons and instead of fighting, sing a rendition of Queen's "We Will Rock You". [156]
Pepsi 2005 After practicing a martial art with Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé leaves with Lopez to a Pepsi bar, where they defeat a group of men in a fight. English footballer David Beckham and a rendition of "Wild Thing" by The Troggs are featured in the commercial. [154]
American Express 2007 Shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz in Charlotte, North Carolina, it also features the singer's mother Tina Knowles. [157]
DirecTV 2007 Portions of the music video for "Upgrade U" was re-shot and used as a commercial advertising high definition satellite television from DirecTV. [158]
Emporio Armani 2007 To promote Emporio Armani's Diamonds, she sings her own version of the Marilyn Monroe's classic "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" (1949) in the commercial. [159]
American Express 2008 In the ad, Beyoncé tells Ellen DeGeneres to "have your people call my people" for her concert tickets. DeGeneres begins a search to "find my people" who can get her into the show before relying on her American Express card. [160]
L'Oréal 2008 Also featuring Solange, it shows Beyoncé with windblown blonde hair and a skin tone that the New York Post dubbed "shocking." [161]
L'Oréal 2009 Beyoncé stars alongside Eva Longoria and Elizabeth Banks. The ad features the spokespeople talking about the brand's new make-up. The company stated that this new makeup features a creamy yet ultra-light texture that glides onto skin – mimicking skin tone and texture – while providing the same flawless, natural finish of a liquid makeup. [162]
Crystal Geyser 2009 Beyoncé appears dancing and drinking water while her song "Sweet Dreams" is played in the background. [163]
Rhythm Heaven 2009 Nintendo hired Beyoncé to push its wares on the mainstream market. In the spot, she adores the upcoming DSi handheld and quirky music game Rhythm Heaven. [164]
Helping Hand 2009 Beyoncé also teamed up with the "Show Your Helping Hand" hunger relief initiative and General Mills Hamburger Helper. The goal was to help Feeding America deliver more than 3.5 million meals to local food banks. "Halo" was used as the backing music for the commercial. [165]
Style Savvy/Style Boutique 2010 Beyoncé shot two commercials for Style Savvy, a new fashion video game for the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi. Five designs from the real-life Deréon clothing line co-created by Beyoncé herself and her mother/designer Tina, were later available for download in Style Savvy. [166]
Vizio 2010 Promoted Vizio's line of Internet-connected televisions. Directed by Wally Pfister and aired during the Super Bowl XLV. [167]
[168]
Heat 2010 Features Beyoncé writhing against a bathroom wall in a barely-there red dress to the strains of her cover of "Fever". In the UK it was deemed unsuitable for airing at a time when younger children may be viewing television. [169]
Vizio 2010 Directed by Jake Nava, the ad shows Beyoncé battling herself for a man's attention. Includes "Why Don't You Love Me". [170]
[171]
C&A 2010 In the commercial, Beyoncé features her House of Deréon range and "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" while attempting to reach a diamond ring. [172]
[173]
L'Oréal 2010 Beyoncé applies L'Oréal Infallible lipstick in the commercial. [174]
L'Oréal 2011 Promoting L'Oréal Paris Féria hair color, and uses the track "Naughty Girl". [175]
Target Corporation 2011 Promoting the Target-exclusive deluxe edition of 4, featuring tracks "1+1" and "Countdown". [176]
L'Oréal 2012 Promotes L'Oréal Paris True Match Makeup, using her varied ethnic backgrounds. [177]
H&M 2013 Filmed in the Bahamas. Also includes her song, "Standing On The Sun". [178]
Pepsi 2013 Promoting the Pepsi brand through a 50-million dollar deal. The commercial featured the new song "Grown Woman". [179]
O2 2013 Promoting the Mrs. Carter World Tour in the United Kingdom. [180]
Gucci 2013 Promoting Chime for Change, a Gucci campaign that works to empower women around the world. An early instrumental of "Pretty Hurts" can be heard in the background of the commercial. [181]
Toyota 2014 Promoting Toyota in foreign countries. "XO", a song from Beyoncé's self-titled album premieres in the commercial. [182]
Parkwood Entertainment 2016 Promoting The Formation World Tour immediately following Beyoncé's performance at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. In the commercial, Beyoncé performs "Formation" onstage. [183]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Formation" won for Video of the Year, Best Direction, Best Pop Video, Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Choreography.[17]
  2. ^ An alternative version of "Me, Myself and I" leaked onto the internet on May 29, 2010. Unlike the original video this version does not go in reverse and includes a couple wardrobe changes and added scenes.[31]
  3. ^ An alternate video for "Halo" leaked onto the internet in May 2010. It shows Beyoncé driving down windy roads to find her love interest only to discover that he has been killed by police. This version of the video contains clips of the original but most are replaced with her love interest getting mauled by dogs and Beyoncé finding him dead and thinking back on kinder memories.
  4. ^ Two alternate versions of the "Ego" video were released; a video for the song's remix with Kanye West shows scenes of the rapper in a room with a followspot,[59] while the "fan-exclusive" cut features different camera angles.
  5. ^ The music video was shot in February 2010. A teaser was leaked in March 2011 (more than a year later), but the video remains unreleased. According to Keys' publicist "Presently, there are no plans to release the video."[67]

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