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Beyoncé Knowles in 2011

Beyoncé Knowles (born Beyoncé Giselle Knowles), known mononymously as Beyoncé, is an American recording recording artist. She rose to fame in the late 1990s as the lead singer of the R&B girl group Destiny's Child, one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time.[1] During the hiatus of the girl group,[2] Knowles embarked on her solo career and pursued following it the disbandment of the group in 2005.[3] She has written and recorded material for her four studio albums, namely Dangerously in Love (2003), B'Day (2006), I Am... Sasha Fierce (2008), and 4 (2011). Apart from her work in music, Knowles has also launched a career in acting. She made her debut in the 2001 musical film Carmen: A Hip Hopera, prior to appearing in major films, including Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), The Pink Panther (2006), Dreamgirls (2006) and Cadillac Records (2008). She has written and recorded material for the soundtrack albums of all the mentioned movies. Songs included in this list are from her studio albums, extended plays, soundtrack albums, live albums, mixtapes, and collaborations with other recording artists for their respective albums. Many of them were released as singles and have been successful both stateside and in international markets.

Knowles started recording material for her debut solo album Dangerously in Love in 2002; she selected the producers with whom she would collaborate, held meetings with prospective producers from West Coast across the East Coast and had interviews with them.[4] Knowles went to Miami, Florida to begin sessions with Canadian record producer Scott Storch, her first collaborator,[5] and lived in a Miami hotel in the following months.[6] Knowles took a wider role in the production of Dangerously in Love, co-writing a majority of the songs, choosing which ones to produce and sharing ideas on the mixing and mastering of tracks.[7] 15 of 43 songs recorded by Knowles, made it to the album.[6] After having a month-long vacation following the filming Dreamgirls (a film adaptation of the 1981 Broadway musical of the same name), Knowles went to the studio to start working on her second studio album B'Day in 2006.[8] She began working with songwriter-producers Rich Harrison, Rodney Jerkins, Sean Garrett,[9][10] Cameron Wallace, The Neptunes, Swizz Beatz, and Walter Millsap.[11] Two female songwriters were also included in the production team, who helped structure the album: Knowles' cousin Angela Beyincé, who had previously collaborated in Dangerously in Love, and up-and-coming songwriter Makeba Riddick, who made her way onto the team after writing "Déjà Vu", the lead single off the album.[8] While Knowles and the team brainstormed the lyrics, other collaborators simultaneously produce the tracks.[8] She arranged, co-wrote and co-produced all the songs on B'Day,[9] which was titled as a reference to her birthday,[12] and completed in three weeks.[13]

In 2007, Knowles began working on her third studio album I Am... Sasha Fierce, which she said was a double album while making comparisons to a magazine.[14][15] The first disc I Am... was intended to show her insecurities about love,[16] and to give a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Knowles' life, stripped of her make-up and celebrity trappings.[15] On the other hand, the second disc Sasha Fierce showcased her aggressive, sensual and care-free onstage alter ego of the same name.[15] When Knowles started recording tracks for I Am... Sasha Fierce, she felt that she had to grow and mature artistically; she wanted to "be challenged".[17] Inspired by her husband Jay-Z and Etta James,[18] collaborated with several record producers and songwriters – including Kenneth Edmonds, Stargate, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, Terius "The-Dream" Nash, Rodney Jerkins, Sean Garrett, Solange, Jim Jonsin, Rico Love and Ryan Tedder – while either co-wroting or co-producing all the songs on the record.[19] In 2010, Knowles took a break from her career to rest and gain perspective.[20] During the hiatus, she dedicated herself to enjoying the everyday things in life, which reignited her creativity and became a source of inspiration.[21][22] Knowles also drew inspiration from the work of Fela Kuti, Earth, Wind & Fire, Lionel Richie, The Jackson 5, New Edition, Florence and the Machine, Adele, and Prince.[22][23] She allowed herself the artistic freedom to record songs in which she wanted the melody and lyrics to come together naturally.[22][23] Wanting to bring back "the emotion and live instruments and just soul missing out of the music industry",[24] Knowles co-produced this whole album[25] as she worked with Sean Garrett, Diplo, Switch, Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Frank Ocean and Kanye West among others.[26]

Released songs[edit]

0–9[edit]

The 2011 critically acclaimed downtempo power ballad "1+1" was co-written by Terisu Nash (picture).[27][28][26]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"'03 Bonnie & Clyde" Jay-Z
(feat. Beyoncé)
D. Harper, Kanye West, Prince, R. Rouse, Shawn Carter, Tupac Shakur, Tyrone Wrice The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse 2002 [29]
"1+1" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Tricky Stewart, Terius Nash 4 2011 [26]

A[edit]

Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"After All Is Said and Done" Marc Nelson N/A The Best Man 1999 [30]
"All I Could Do Was Cry" N/A N/A Cadillac Records 2008 [31]
"All That I'm Lookin For" Kelly Rowland, Kitten Sera N/A The Katrina CD 2005 [32]
"Alejandro Fernández" Alejandro Fernández
(feat. Beyoncé)
Beyoncé Knowles

, Jaime Flores, Reyli Barba

Viento a favor 2007 [33]
"At Last" N/A Mack Gordon, Harry Warren Cadillac Records 2008 [31]
"Ave Maria" N/A Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Ian Dench, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]

B[edit]

Jamaican dancehall-reggae artist Sean Paul co-wrote "Baby Boy", on which he appeared as a featured vocalist.[35]
Colombian singer Shakira featured on the 2007 song "Beautiful Liar".[11]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Baby Boy" feat.
Sean Paul
Beyoncé Knowles, Robert Waller, Scott Storch, Sean Paul Henriques, Shawn Carter Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Back Up" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Rodney Jerkins, Smith Shaffer, Taylor Robert B'Day 2006 [11]
"Be with You" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, William Collins, Gary Cooper, George Clinton, Jr., Rich Harrison, Shuggie Otis, Shawn Carter, Eugene Record Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Beautiful Liar" feat.
Shakira
Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Ian Dench, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen B'Day 2007 [11]
"Bello Embustero" N/A N/A B'Day 2007 [11]
"Best Thing I Never Had" N/A Antonio Dixon, Beyoncé Knowles, Caleb McCampbell, Kenneth Edmonds, Larry Griffin, Jr., Patrick Smith, Shea Taylor 4 2011 [26]
"Beyoncé Interlude" N/A Beyoncé Knowles Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Bienvenue" IAM
(feat. Beyoncé)
N/A Revoir un Printemps 2003 [36]
"Broken-Hearted Girl" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Kenneth Edmonds, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Brown Eyes" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Walter Afanasieff Survivor 2001 [37]

C[edit]

American rapper and then-boyfriend Jay-Z was a featuring artist on "Crazy in Love", which sampled the hook from The Chi-Lites' 1970 song "Are You My Woman? (Tell Me So)" that was written by Eugene Record.[38]
2011 multi-genre song "Countdown"[39] samples "Uhh Ahh" (1991) performed by American group Boyz II Men (pictured).[26]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Cadillac Car" Anne Warren, Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Jennifer Hudson, Laura Bell Bundy, Rory O'Malley Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Cards Never Lie"
Rah Digga, Wyclef Jean N/A Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [41]
"Countdown" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Cainon Lamb, Ester Dean, Julie Frost, Michael Bivins, Nathan Morris, Shea Taylor, Terius Nash, Wanya Morris 4 2011 [26]
"Crazy Feelings" Missy Elliott
(feat. Beyoncé)
Melissa Arnette Elliott, Tim Mosley Da Real World 1999 [42]
"Check on It" feat.
Slim Thug
Beyoncé Knowles, Kasseem Dean, Sean Garrett, Angela Beyince, Stayve Thomas #1's 2005 [43]
[44]
[11]
"The Closer I Get to You" Luther Vandross James Mtume, Reggie Lucas Dance with My Father 2003 [45]
"Crazy in Love" feat.
Jay-Z
Beyoncé Knowles, Rich Harrison, Shawn Carter, Eugene Record Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Creole" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Makeba Riddick, Rich Harrison B'Day 2006 [11]

D[edit]

2008 song "Diva" was originally proposed to American R&B singer Keyshia Cole (pictured), who declined to record it.[46]
Kanye West (pictured) was approached by Knmowles in 2009 to appear as a featured artist on the remix of "Ego".[47]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Daddy" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Mark Batson Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
N/A Daddy's Little Girls 2007 [48]
"Dance for You" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Christopher Stewart, Terius Nash 4 2011 [26]
"Dangerously in Love 2" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Errol McCalla, Jr. Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Déjà Vu" feat.
Jay-Z
Beyoncé Knowles, Delisha Thomas, Keli Nicole Price, Makeba Riddick, Rodney Jerkins, Shawn Carter B'Day 2006 [11]
"Disappear" N/A Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Dave McCracken, Hugo Chakrabongse, Ian Dench I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Diva" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Shondrae Crawford, Sean Garrett I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Dreamgirls" Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Dreamgirls (Finale)" Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Dreaming" N/A Antonio Dixon, Beyoncé Knowles, Kenneth Edmonds, Patrick Smith 4 2011 [26]

E[edit]

2011 song "End of Time" was inspired by the work of late Nigerian music legend Fela Kuti (pictured).[21]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Ego" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Elvis Williams, Harold Lilly I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Ego" {Remix) feat.
Kanye West
Beyoncé Knowles, Elvis Williams, Harold Lilly I Am... Sasha Fierce 2009 [34]
"End of Time" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, David Taylor, Shea Taylor, Terius Nash 4 2011 [26]
"Everything I Do" N/A N/A The Fighting Temptations 2003 [49]

F[edit]

While writing "Get Me Bodied", Knowles drew inspiration from her friendship with former Destiny's Child band-mates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.[50]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Fake Your Way to the Top" Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Family" Anika Noni Rose, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson, Keith Robinson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Family (End Title)" Anika Noni Rose, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson, Keith Robinson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Fever" N/A Eddie Cooley, John Davenport The Fighting Temptations 2003 [49]
N/A Heat 2011 [51]
"Fighting Temptation" feat.
Free, Missy Elliott and MC Lyte
Gene Pistilli, Jonathan Burks, Karriem Mack, Lana Moorer, LaShaun Owens, Marie Wright, Melissa Arnette Elliott, Walter Murphy The Fighting Temptations 2002 [52]
"Flaws and All" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Shaffer Smith, Shea Taylor, Solange Knowles B'Day 2006 [11]
N/A Why Did I Get Married? 2007 [51]
"Freakum Dress" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Makeba Riddick, Rich Harrison B'Day 2006 [11]

G[edit]

Inspired by Ray LaMontagne's 2004 song "Shelter", Ryan Tedder (pictured) and Evan Bogart composed Knowles' 2009 single "Halo" in three hours.[53]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Get Me Bodied" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Kasseem Dean, Makeba Riddick, Sean Garrett, Solange Knowles B'Day 2006 [11]
"Gift from Virgo" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Shuggie Otis Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Green Light" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Pharrell Williams, Sean Garrett B'Day 2006 [11]

H[edit]

Knowles covered Bill Joel's 1979 song Honesty in 2008 and 2009.[54][34]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Halo" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Evan Bogart, Ryan Tedder I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
Chris Martin Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief 2010 [55]
"Hard to Say Goodbye" Anika Noni Rose, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Have Your Way" Kelly Rowland Beyoncé Knowles, Fred Jerkins, LaShawn Daniels His Woman His Wife 2000 [56]
[57]
"Heavy" Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"He Still Loves Me" N/A James Samuel Harris, Terry Steven Lewis, James Qwenton Wright The Fighting Temptations 2003 [49]
[58]
"Hello" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, David Quiñones, Evan Bogart, Ramon Owen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Hey Goldmember" Devin the Dude, Solange Knowles N/A Austin Powers in Goldmember 2002 [52]
"Hip Hop Star" feat.
Big Boi and Sleepy Brown
Antwan Patton, Beyoncé Knowles, Bryce Wilson, Makeda Davis, Shawn Carter Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Hollywood" Jay-Z
(feat. Beyoncé)
Shaffer Smith, Shawn Carter Kingdom Come 2006 [59]
"Honesty" N/A Billy Joel Mathew Knowles & Music World Present Vol.1: Love Destiny 2008 [54]
N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Billy Joel, Ramon Owen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2009 [34]

I[edit]

Written by Diane Warren, "I Was Here was inspired by the September 11 attacks.[60]
According to Tor Erik Hermansen, Ne-Yo initailly wrote the 2006 song "Irreplaceable from a male perspective and in the country style.[61][62]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"I Can't Take No More" N/A N/A Speak My Mind 2005 [63]
"I Care" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Jeff Bhasker, Chad Hugo 4 2011 [26]
"I Got That" Amil
(feat. Beyoncé)
Amil Whitehead, Jean Claude Olivier, LeShan Lewis, Makeda Davis, Samuel Barnes, Shawn Carter, Tamy Smith All Money Is Legal 2000 [64]
"I Miss You" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Frank Ocean, Shea Taylor 4 2011 [26]
"I Want You Baby" Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"I Was Here" N/A Diane Warren 4 2011 [26]
"I'd Rather Go Blind" N/A N/A Cadillac Records 2008 [31]
"I'm Leaving" N/A N/A Speak My Mind 2005 [63]
"I'm Somebody" Anika Noni Rose, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"If" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Shaffer Smith, Tor Erik Hermansen B'Day 2007 [11]
[65]
"If I Were a Boy" N/A BC Jean, Toby Gad I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"If Looks Could Kill (You Would Be Dead)" Mos Def, Sam Sarpong N/A Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [41]
"Irreplaceable" N/A Amund Bjørklund, Beyoncé Knowles, Espen Lind, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Shaffer Smith, Tor Erik Hermansen B'Day 2006 [11]
"Irreemplazable" N/A N/A B'Day 2007 [11]
"It's All Over" Anika Noni Rose, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson, Keith Robinson, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]

J[edit]

Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Just Stand Up!" Ashanti, Carrie Underwood, Ciara, Fergie, Keyshia Cole, LeAnn Rimes, Leona Lewis, Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, Melissa Etheridge, Miley Cyrus, Natasha Bedingfield, Rihanna, Sheryl Crow Antonio Reid, Kenneth Edmonds N/A 2008 [66]

K[edit]

Ryan Leslie (pictured) co-wrote "Keep Giving Your Love to Me" that Knowles recorded for the soundtrack album of the 2003 film Bad Boys II.[67]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Keep Giving Your Love to Me" N/A Adonis Shropshire, Anthony Ryan Leslie, Beyoncé Knowles, Mario Mendell Winans, Richard Frierson Bad Boys II 2003 [67]
[68]
"Kitty Kat" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Pharrell Williams, Shawn Carter B'Day 2006 [11]

L[edit]

"Lift Off" was co-written by Pharrell Williams (pictured) for the 2011 album Watch the Throne.[69]
According to Mary J. Blige pictured), her duet with Knowles on "Love A Woman" was originally meant for 4.[70]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"The Last Great Seduction" Mekhi Phifer N/A Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [41]
"Lay Up Under Me" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Mikkel Eriksen, Sean Garrett, Shea Taylor, Tor Erik Hermansen 4 2011 [26]
"Lift Off" Jay-Z and Kanye West
(feat. Beyoncé)
Jeff Bhasker, Kanye West, Shawn Carter, Peter Hernandez, Pharrell Williams, Seal Samuel Watch the Throne 2011 [69]
"Listen" N/A Anne Preven, Beyoncé Knowles, Henry Krieger, Scott Cutler Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
[11]
""Lorell Loves Jimmy" / "Family (Reprise)" Anika Noni Rose, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Lost Yo Mind" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Kasseem Dean, Sean Garrett B'Day 2006 [11]
"Love a Woman" Mary J. Blige
(feat. Beyoncé)
Beyoncé Knowles, Mary J. Blige, Menardini Timothee, Sean Garrett My Life II... The Journey Continues (Act 1) 2011 [71]
"Love in This Club, Part II" Usher
(feat. Beyoncé and Lil Wayne)
Darnell Dalton, Jay Jenkins, Keith Thomas, Lamar Taylor, Polow da Don, Ryon Lovett, Usher Here I Stand 2008 [72]
"Love on Top" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Shea Taylor, Terius Nash 4 2011 [26]

M[edit]

Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Me, Myself and I" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Robert Waller, Scott Storch Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Move" Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Move Your Body" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Kasseem Dean, Makeba Riddick, Sean Garrett, Solange Knowles N/A 2011 [73]
"My First Time" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo Live at Wembley 2004 [74]

N[edit]

"Naughty Girl" samples the refrain of the 1975 song "Love to Love You Baby", performed by Donna Summer (pictured).[35]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Naive" Solange Knowles
(feat. Beyoncé and Da Brat)
Beyoncé Knowles, Herman Crump, Mathew Knowles, Shawntae Harris Solo Star 2003 [75]
[76]
"Naughty Girl" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte, Robert Waller, Scott Storch Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Nothing out There for Me" Missy Elliott
(feat. Beyoncé)
Craig Brockman, Melissa Arnette Elliott, Nisan Stewart Under Construction 2002 [77]

O[edit]

André 3000 was replaced by J. Cole (pictured) on another version of Knowles' 2011 song "Party".[78]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Once in a Lifetime" N/A Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Ian Dench, James Vernon Dring, Jody Street, Scott McFarnon Cadillac Records 2008 [31]
[79]
"One Night Only (Disco)" Anika Noni Rose, Jennifer Hudson, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Oye" N/A N/A B'Day 2007 [11]

P[edit]

Knowles featured on the 2009 song Put It in a Love Song, on which Alicia Keys (pictured) was the main vocalist.[80]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Party" feat.
André 3000
André Benjamin, Beyoncé Knowles, Dexter Mills, Douglas Davis, Jeff Bhasker, Kanye West, Ricky Walters 4 2011 [26]
feat.
J. Cole
Beyoncé Knowles, Dexter Mills, Douglas Davis, [eff Bhasker, Jermaine Cole, Kanye West, Ricky Walters N/A 2011 [81]
"Poison" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2009 [34]
"Put It in a Love Song" Alicia Keys
(feat. Beyoncé)
Alicia Keys, Kasseem Dean The Element of Freedom 2009 [80]

R[edit]

The 2011 song Run the World (Girls)" samples Pon de Floor, a 2009 song performed by Major Lazer (pictured) – a collaborative musical project from DJ/producers Diplo and Switch.[26]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Radio" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Dwayne Nesmith, James Scheffer, Rico Love I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Rather Die Young" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Jeff Bhasker, Luke Steele 4 2011 [26]
"Resentment" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Candice Nelson, Curtis Mayfield, Walter Millsap III B'Day 2006 [11]
"Ring the Alarm" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Kasseem Dean, Sean Garrett B'Day 2006 [11]
"Run the World (Girls)" N/A Adidja Palmer, Beyoncé Knowles, David Taylor, Nick van de Wall, Shea Taylor, Terius Nash, Wesley Pentz 4 2011 [26]

S[edit]

On the 2011 song Schoolin' Life", Knowles channels the friskiness of American singer Prince (pictured) in his prime as she addresses many life lessons to everyone from their 20s to their 50s.[82]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" was written by Beyoncé Knowles, Terius Nash, Thaddis Harrell and Christopher Stewart (pictured),[34] who commented that the song was "the only public statement that [Knowles and Jay-Z had] ever made about [their] marriage".[83]

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Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Satellites" N/A Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Dave McCracken, Ian Dench, I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Save the Hero" N/A Ali Tamposi, Beyoncé Knowles, James Scheffer, Rico Love I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Scared of Lonely" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Crystal Johnson, LaShawn Daniels, Rico Love, Rodney Jerkins, Solange Knowles I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Schoolin' Life" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Carlos McKinney, Shea Taylor, Terius Nash 4 2011 [26]
"See Me Now" Kanye West
(feat. Beyoncé, Big Sean and Charlie Wilson)
Beyoncé Knowles, Charlie Wilson, Kanye West, Sean Anderson My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy 2010 [84]
"Sexuality" N/A N/A Speak My Mind 2005 [63]
"Sexy Lil' Thug" N/A Andre Romelle Young, Curtis James Jackson, Michael Elizondo Speak My Mind 2005 [63]
[85]
"Si Yo Fuera un Chico" N/A Toby Gad, BC Jean I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Signs" feat.
Missy Elliott
Craig Brockman, Melissa Arnette Elliott, Nisan Stewart Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Sing a Song" Brad Mossman Robert Francis Boyle, Brad Mossman Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! 2009
[86]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Terius Nash, Thaddis Harrell, Christopher Stewart I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Smash into You" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
N/A Obsessed 2009 [87]
"So Amazing" Stevie Wonder Luther Vandross So Amazing: An All-Star Tribute to Luther Vandross 2005 [88]
"Speechless" N/A Andreao Heard, Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Sherrod Barnes Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"Star Spangled Banner" N/A N/A N/A 2004 [89]
"Start Over" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Ester Dean, Shea Taylor 4 2011 [26]
"Step on Over" Anika Noni Rose, Sharon Leal Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Steppin' to the Bad Side" Anika Noni Rose, Eddie Murphy, Hinton Battle, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Hudson, Keith Robinson Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Still in Love (Kissing You)" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Des'ree, Timothy Atack B'Day 2007 [11]
"Stop That" Mekhi Phifer N/A Carmen: A Hip Hopera 2001 [41]
"Sweet Dreams" N/A [eyoncé Knowles, James Scheffer, Rico Love, Wayne Wilkins I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" N/A N/A The Fighting Temptations 2003 [49]
"Suga Mama" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Chuck Middleton, Makeba, Rich Harrison B'Day 2006 [11]
"Summertime" feat.
P. Diddy
Adonis Shropshire, Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Mario Winans, Sean Combs, Steven Jordan, Varick Smith The Fighting Temptations 2002 [52]

T[edit]

Knowles featured on "Telephone", a song recorded by Lady Gaga (pictured) for The Fame Monster in 2009.[90]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Telephone" Lady Gaga
(feat. Beyoncé)
Beyoncé Knowles, LaShawn Daniels, Lazonate Franklin, Rodney Jerkins, Stefani Germanotta The Fame Monster 2009 [91]
"That's How You Like It" feat.
Jay-Z
Brian Bridgeman, Delroy Andrews, Eldra DeBarge, Etterlene Jordan, Shawn Carter, Randy DeBarge Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]
"That's Why You're Beautiful" N/A Andrew Hey, Beyoncé Knowles, James Fauntleroy II I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]
"Time to Come Home" N/A N/A The Fighting Temptations 2003 [49]
"Trust in Me" N/A N/A Cadillac Records 2008 [31]

U[edit]

"Until the End of Time" was a dute between Knowles and Justin Timberlake (pictured) for the latter's 2008 album FutureSex/LoveSounds.[92]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Until the End of Time" Justin Timberlake Justin Timberlake, Nate Hills, Tim Mosley FutureSex/LoveSounds 2007 [92]
"Upgrade U" feat.
Jay-Z
Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Clarence Reid, Makeba Riddick, Rich Harrison, Sean Garrett, Shawn Carter, Solange Knowles, Willie Clarke B'Day 2006 [11]

V[edit]

Written by Michael Jackson (pictured) in 2011, "What More Can I Give" was recorded by Knowles and many other singers during the same year.[93]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Video Phone" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Sean Garrett, Shondrae Crawford I Am... Sasha Fierce 2009 [34]
"Video Phone" {Extended remix) feat.
Lady Gaga
Beyoncé Knowles, Sean Garrett, Shondrae Crawford, Stefani Germanotta I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 [34]

W[edit]

Knowles' sister Solange (pictured) composed "Why Don't You Love Me" for the 2009 editions of I Am... Sasha Fierce.[34]
Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Welcome to Hollywood" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Reggie Perry, Shaffer Smith, Shawn Carter Kingdom Come 2007 [11]
"What's It Gonna Be" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Corte Ellis, LaShaun Owens, Kandice Love, Karrim Mack, Larry Troutman, Roger Troutman Live at Wembley 2004 [74]
"What More Can I Give" N/A Michael Jackson September 11 attacks Inspiration promo 2001 [93]
"When I First Saw You (Duet)" Jamie Foxx Henry Krieger, Tom Eyen Dreamgirls 2006 [40]
"Why Don't You Love Me" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, Eddie Smith III, Jesse Rankins, Jonathan Wells, Solange Knowles I Am... Sasha Fierce 2009 [34]
"Wishing on a Star" N/A Billie Rae Calvin Live at Wembley 2004 [74]
N/A Roll Bounce 2005 [94]
"A Woman Like Me" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Charmelle Richa Cofield, Lawrence Ronald Hayes N/A 2005 [43]
[95]
"Work It Out" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Chad Hugo, Pharrell Williams Austin Powers in Goldmember 2002 [52]
[35]
"World Wide Woman" N/A Angela Beyincé, Beyoncé Knowles, LaShawn Daniels Makeba Riddick, Rodney Jerkins, Sean Garrett B'Day 2007 [11]

Y[edit]

Title Other performer(s) Writer(s) Originating album Year Ref.
"Yes" N/A Bernard Edwards, Jr., Beyoncé Knowles, Shawn Carter Dangerously in Love 2003 [35]

Unreleased songs[edit]

Title (notes if any) Other performer(s) Writer(s) Intended album Year Leak Ref.
"Baby, You're The Only Man" N/A N/A Dangerously in Love 2003 Yes [96]
[97]
"I'm Glad There's You" N/A N/A Dangerously in Love 2003 Yes [97]
"Ice Cream Truck" N/A N/A Dangerously in Love 2003 Yes [98]
[99]
"Settle 4 U" N/A Melissa Arnette Elliott Dangerously in Love 2003 Yes [100]
"Beat My Drum" N/A Beyoncé Knowles, Sean Garrett, Tracey Serwell N/A N/A No [101]
"My Body" N/A Alonzo Stevenson, Beyoncé Knowles, Crystal Johnson, Tony Reyes N/A N/A No [102]
"Blind Trust" N/A N/A B'Day 2006 Yes [103]
"Kick Him Out (Next Ex)" N/A N/A B'Day 2006 Yes [104]
"New Shoes" N/A Shaffer Smith B'Day 2006 Yes [104]
"Pray" (uncredited) Jay-Z
(feat. Beyoncé)
Alan Hawkshaw, Deleno Matthews, Levar Coppin, Sean Combs, Shawn Carter American Gangster 2007 No [105]
[106]
"I'm Alone Now" N/A N/A I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [107]
"Black Culture" (samples Michael Jackson's 1979 song "Don’t Stop 'Til You Get Enough") N/A N/A I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [108]
[108]
"Control" N/A Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [109]
"Now I Know (Forever To Bleed)" N/A N/A I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [110]
"Roc" N/A Johntá Austin, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [111]
[112]
"Slow Love" N/A Amanda Ghost, Beyoncé Knowles, Ian Dench, Johntá Austin, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [113]
[114]
"Stop Sign" N/A N/A I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [115]
[116]
"Waiting" N/A Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Shaffer Smith, Tor Erik Hermansen I Am... Sasha Fierce 2008 Yes [108]
"Venus vs. Mars" (uncredited) Jay-Z
(feat. Beyoncé)
Jerome Harmon, Shawn Carter, Tim Mosley The Blueprint 3 2009 No [117]
[118]

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