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Beyoncé is crazy famous — people even call her "queen." Do you think that sort of fame just happens? Of course not. Obviously, it's the work of a bunch of inside Illuminati members with high-up connections in the music industry. You think her empire was the product of talent and hard work? Don't be silly. Open your eyes to the Illuminati. Beyoncé's first solo recording was a feature on Jay-Z's song " '03 Bonnie & Clyde" that was released in October 2002, peaking at number four on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.  On June 14, 2003, Beyoncé premiered songs from her first solo album Dangerously in Love during her first solo concert and the pay-per-view television special, "Ford Presents Beyoncé Knowles, Friends & Family, Live From Ford's 100th Anniversary Celebration in Dearborn, Michigan".  The album was released on June 24, 2003, after Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland had released their solo efforts.  The album sold 317,000 copies in its first week, debuted atop the Billboard 200,  and has since sold 11million copies worldwide.  Beyoncé's maternal grandparents, Lumas Beyince, and Agnez Dereon (daughter of Odilia Broussard and Eugene DeRouen),  were French-speaking Louisiana Creoles, with roots in New Iberia.  Beyoncé is considered a Creole, passed on to her by her grandparents.   Through her mother, Beyoncé is a descendant of many French aristocrats from the southwest of France, including the family of the Viscounts de Béarn since the 9th century, and the Viscounts de Belzunce.  She is a descendant of Acadian militia officer Joseph Broussard, who was exiled to French Louisiana after the expulsion of the Acadians. I was so pleased that I did the free festival and proved that you don't need a big team behind you," she says. "What you need it is a lot of hard work and a really good show that will do its thing." Beyoncé has announcedher initial run of Renaissance World Tour dates, including both the European and North American legs.