Best Beyoncé and Destiny's Child Albums

No one has ever created this list so here's my favorite Albums by the Queen B!!! We all have different ranks of her albums but here's mine and feel free to vote for your favorite Beyoncé album.

The Top Ten Best Beyoncé and Destiny's Child Albums

1 I Am... Sasha Fierce - Beyoncé

My personal favorite album by her, to me this album gave too much effort and the alter ego persona is just ART! Divided into 2 tracks with different taste of genres, from sorrowful to splendid, It deserved the recognition it got when this was released I mean she almost won the Grammy Award for Album of The Year last 2010 but hey, the album won six grammys making it her most Grammy awarded album! most of her best songs are on this album, If I Were A Boy, Halo, Broken Hearted Girl, Scared of Lonely, Single Ladies, Ego, Radio, Diva, Sweet Dreams and Why don't You Love Me. This is a real masterpiece and it's an album that is worth listening for. - janusdreyfus

2 Lemonade - Beyoncé

This album is a little personal and her eagerness made a very huge impact all over the world, the world gossiped about her being cheated by Jay Z and to the American government for black people being killed randomly. Kinda like a hit in a face album for imbecile people. - janusdreyfus


3 4 - Beyoncé

The first Beyonce album I've been in love with. The R&B Tracks are just perfection and I love how Beyonce really showed powerful vocals on this album. 4 is definitely a BeyHive #1 Favorite album. - janusdreyfus

4 Beyoncé - Beyoncé

The infamous “secret album” literally came out of nowhere one night in December (right after ABC;s Scandal aired " Bey knows her target audience) and it landed with the force of a megaton meteorite. Not only did it rewrite the rules of album promotion, it became the quintessential Beyoncé album, marrying R&B, pop, hip-hop and gospel into one superb package. If there were any doubts about Beyoncé’s superstardom before its release, this was the album that erased them all. Still, there is one album that’s just a bit more complete…. - janusdreyfus

5 B'day - Beyoncé

The biggest fault I have with Bey’s later albums is that she experiments with too many contrasting sounds. Sometimes it makes for a disjointed listen. That’s a mistake B’Day never makes, making it Beyoncé’s most cohesive " and consistent " album to date. While not all of the pop records hit the mark, the defiance of more traditional R&B cuts like “Irreplaceable” and “Resentment” and attitude that oozes from hip-hop inspired tracks like “Upgrade U” are some of the best songs Bey has ever recorded. B’Day might not get the hype but it’s Beyoncé at her best. - janusdreyfus

6 The Writing's on the Wall - Destiny's Child
7 Dangerously in Love - Beyoncé

Bey’s first album was certainly crammed with successful singles " many of them still beloved today. But overall, the set felt uneven in places, with a couple of tracks sounding like they were resurrected from Destiny’s Child’s cutting-room floor. Far from ***Flawless but still a noteworthy debut. - janusdreyfus

8 Survivor - Destiny's Child
9 Destiny Fulfilled - Destiny's Child
10 Destiny's Child - Destiny's Child
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