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Dangerously in Love

Dangerously in Love

2003 studio album by Beyoncé
Dangerously in Love is the debut solo studio album by American singer Beyoncé. It was released on June 23, 2003, by Columbia Records and Music World Entertainment.Wikipedia
GenreDance-Pop, R&B, Pop, Contemporary R&B
Release DateJune 24, 2003
ArtistSleepy Brown, Missy Elliott, Byron Miller, Sean Paul, Luther Vandross, Beyoncé, Jay Z, Cissy Houston
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Tracklist

  • 1Crazy in LoveJay Z, Beyoncé3:56
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  • 2Naughty GirlBeyoncé Knowles, Beyoncé3:29
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  • 3Baby BoyBeyoncé, Sean Paul, Beyoncé Knowles4:04
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  • 4Hip Hop StarBeyoncé, Big Boi, Beyoncé Knowles, Sleepy Brown3:43
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  • 5Be with YouBeyoncé, Beyoncé Knowles4:20
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  • 6Me, Myself and IBeyoncé, Beyoncé Knowles5:01
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  • 7YesBeyoncé, Beyoncé Knowles4:19
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  • 8SignsBeyoncé Knowles, Beyoncé, Missy Elliott4:59
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  • 9SpeechlessBeyoncé, Beyoncé Knowles6:00
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  • 10Thats How You Like ItBeyoncé, Jay Z, Beyoncé Knowles3:40
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  • 11Closer I Get to YouBeyoncé, Luther Vandross, Beyoncé Knowles4:57
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  • 12Dangerously in Love 2Beyoncé4:54
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  • 13Beyoncé InterludeBeyoncé0:16
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  • 14Gift from VirgoBeyoncé, Beyoncé Knowles2:46
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  • 15DaddyBeyoncé5:00
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From 'Dangerously In Love' to 'RENAISSANCE,' Beyoncé's albums ranked

  • Beyoncé’s solo journey began in the early 2000s with a feature-stacked debut that Columbia Records was initially unsure about. Featuring bombastic pop anthems, R&B duets and dancehall-inspired hits, Dangerously In Love solidified the Houston-born singer as a solo force who would permanently impact global pop culture — and that was just the beginning. Since the release of the album, Beyoncé’s sonic and visual creativity has tapped into the depths of the bayou, the power of alter egos and ’80s boy bands, and even led to an impressively enunciated foray into rap.

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