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Dangerously in Love This article is about the Beyoncé album. For the Destiny's Child and Beyoncé song, see Dangerously in Love 2. Dangerously in Love Released: March 14, 2004 Dangerously in Love is the debut studio album by American singer Beyoncé. It was released on June 24, 2003 by Columbia Records. During the recording of Destiny's Child's third studio album, Survivor (2001), the group announced that they would produce solo albums to be released. Recording sessions for the album took place from March 2002 to March 2003 at several studios, during the hiatus of her then-group Destiny's Child. As executive producer of the album, Beyoncé took a wider role in its production, co-writing a majority of the songs, choosing which ones to produce and sharing ideas on the mixing and mastering of tracks. The tracks in the album are a mixture of uptempo songs and ballads, which are basically inspired by R&B and soul genres; it also features elements of hip hop and Arabic music. Although Beyoncé remained discreet about her interpretation of the songs, its underlying meanings were attributed by music writers as an allusion to her intimate relationship with then-boyfriend and well-known music mogul Jay-Z. Dangerously in Love received positive reviews from music critics upon its release, with critics praising Knowles' "artistic leap". The album also received numerous accolades, earning Beyoncé five Grammy Awards. Dangerously in Love, became a worldwide commercial success, earning multi-platinum certifications in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The album debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 317,000 copies in its first week, earning Beyoncé the highest debut sales among Destiny's Child members' solo albums. Dangerously in Love has sold over 11 million copies worldwide [1] and has produced two number one Billboard singles and multiple top tens. Contents Beyoncé launched her career as lead singer to R&B group Destiny's Child in the late 1990s. According to Corey Moss of MTV News, "fans are eager to see" how Beyoncé, after years with the group, performs solo. [2] While recording their third album, Survivor, in late 2000, Beyoncé announced the group would be put on hiatus in order for the members to produce solo albums in the coming years, which they hoped would boost interest in Destiny's Child. [3] The idea of individual releases emanated from the group's manager and Beyoncé's father, Mathew. With different types of music for each member to produce, the albums were not intended to compete on the charts. [5] Destiny's Child's management strategically planned to stagger the release of each group member's album to maximise sales. Michelle Williams was the first to release a debut solo album, [5] Meanwhile, Beyoncé debuted on the big screen, starring in the comedy film [5] Rowland collaborated with American rapper Nelly on the song "Dilemma" as a featured artist; it became a hit that year, leading the label to advance the release date of her debut solo album, Simply Deep, in late 2002. Beyoncé also starred in The Fighting Temptations and recorded another solo single. In August 2002, she collaborated with boyfriend Jay-Z as featured vocalist on the song "'03 Bonnie & Clyde". The single earned Beyoncé credibility and paved the way for the release of Dangerously in Love. Survivor, Beyoncé 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. [10] Although Beyoncé did not create beats, she came up with melodies and ideas she shared with the producers. With 43 songs completed — 15 of which made it to the album [9]— Beyoncé is credited as co-writer and co-producer, [11] as well as the album's executive producer alongside Matthew Knowles. Beyoncé felt that recording an album without her group mates was "liberating and therapeutic", coming into the studio and freely expressing her ideas with her collaborators. [10] The dependency she developed with Destiny's Child, however, meant it was harder "to be on [her] own creatively". [10] As she wanted to grow as an artist Beyoncé contacted other artists with a view to forming a collaborative partnership. When the collective finished writing several songs, she printed copies of each and sent them to prospective guest artists. She talked to them by phone for possible collaboration, eventually gaining their approval. Besides Jay-Z, Beyoncé was able to work with Jamaican artist Sean Paul, American rapper Missy Elliott, among others. In contrast, some artists sent copies of songs to Beyoncé, which were eventually produced. Additionally, Beyoncé also worked with Timbaland and Missy Elliott on a track titled "Wrapped Around Me" for the album. Eventually, however, for reasons unknown, the song failed to appear on the album. Problems playing these files? See media help. Beyoncé's mother-manager said that Dangerously in Love showcases her musical roots. [14] While Williams and Rowland were on gospel and alternative pop, respectively, Beyoncé focused on recording R&B songs. [15] Songs in the album are varied: from mid-tempo and club-oriented tracks in the first half, and ballads in the second half. [16] Beyoncé commented: "My album is a good balance of ... ballads and ... mid-tempos with just ridin'-in-your-car feels, to a lot of ... up-tempo club songs, to really sexy songs, to songs that make you feel emotional. It's a nice mixture of different types of tracks." [17] Although the album contains high-energy songs like "Crazy in Love" and "Naughty Girl", the album's focal mode, however, is slow and moody. [9] Beyoncé said that she had written lots of ballads for the album. [10] According to Beyoncé, she wanted to be understood as an artist and showcase her range, and by doing so, she blended various genres and musical influences in the album. [18] The album took hip hop influences from Jay-Z, Outkast, and Lil' Kim; the reggae is from Sean Paul; and courtesy of Storch, the album explores Arabic music. [10] His personal study of that kind of music gave the album a Middle Eastern vibe. [19] Beyoncé and the producers also used a wide array of instrumentations. [20] Despite widespread rumors, they remained silent about their relationship. [11] According to critics, the title itself of the album sounded "more intriguing" with Beyoncé singing personal songs. [2] Though love is the theme Beyoncé had incorporated in the album, "most the material is vague enough to be about any relationship"; [11] however, there are songs that suggested affirmation of their relationship. In the song "Signs", Beyoncé sings about being in love with a Sagittarius, which coincidentally is Jay-Z's zodiac sign. [11] In response to the persistent rumors about them, Beyoncé stated, "People can come to whatever conclusion they like... That's the beauty of music... I'm a singer, I'll talk about writing songs all you want. But when it comes to certain personal things any normal person wouldn't tell people they don't know, I just feel like I don't have to [talk about it]." Beyoncé said that Dangerously in Love is lyrically similar to Destiny's Child's albums. But because she only had to write for herself, Beyoncé had the chance to compose personally deeper songs than her previous records with the group. [10] With a theme that is based upon different stages of a romantic relationship, Dangerously in Love contains songs that speak of love and honesty. In addition, Beyoncé admitted that there are songs about love-making. [9] The personal content of the album, however, was not generally attributed to Beyoncé's own experiences—although some were based from hers—instead, the theme kept recurring in her mind. Beyoncé later explained: "I wanted to have an album that everyone could relate to and would listen to as long as I'm alive and even after... Love is something that never goes out of style. It's something everybody experiences, and if they are not in love, people usually want to feel that..." [2] While some songs merely focus on the "beauty of love", the album also explores another side of love, with songs that "celebrate breakup" and songs that narrate a woman's desire to have a degree of control in a relationship. [2] The album's hidden track, "Daddy", is a tribute to Beyoncé's father, Mathew Knowles, who fronted Destiny's Child as their manager. The song is an account of Beyoncé wanting her future husband and child to possess qualities similar to her father's. [11] Originally, Beyoncé did not intend to include the track in the album, having thought its lyrics would make her appear immature. However, considering it one of the songs that reflected her life at that transitional moment, she instead relegated "Daddy" as the closing track. [23] and to May in the following year. [24] Beyoncé recorded a version of "In da Club", and served its way to mixtapes before its original release date. The single failed to dominate as a "dancefloor favorite"; Mathew Knowles, however, confirmed that it was just a "buzz cut" and was not included in the album. [25] Nonetheless, it earned enough airplay to appear on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart. [26] While Beyoncé was wrapping up the album, several of its songs had leaked online. In efforts to prevent more tracks in the album from being spread illegally, as well as being a victim of bootlegging, [14] Columbia Records, with high commercial expectations from the album, [9] pulled the release of Dangerously in Love to June 24, 2003, two weeks ahead of the planned July 8 release. Buyers who pre-ordered the album online received links where they could download a song called "I Can't Take No More"; the promo lasted until the album's release. [28] On June 14, 2003, Beyoncé premiered songs from the album during her first solo concert and the pay-per-view TV special, "Ford Presents Beyoncé, Friends & Family, Live From Ford's 100th Anniversary Celebration in Dearborn, Michigan". [14] By the night of the album's release, Beyoncé's concert was broadcast in more than twenty theaters across the United States. [28] Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, Tyrese, Solange Knowles and girl group Ramiyah also performed in the show. Beyoncé also promoted the album by performing in television shows such as the

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