Groundbreaking Moments From Beyonce's Renaissance Tour
In 2003, Beyoncé Knowles dropped “Crazy in Love,” the first single from her debut solo studio album, “Dangerously in Love.” Beyoncé was stepping out on her own since parting ways with Destiny’s Child. At first, she was uncertain about the public’s perception of the Grammy Award-winning song. “It’s the horn hook,” she shared in a conversation with MTV. ” It has this go-go feel to it, this old-school feel. I wasn’t sure if people were going to get it.”
Luckily, the song was a hit, and so was its music video. Directed by her long-term collaborator Jake Nava, it features Beyoncé strutting down a street in low-rise denim shorts, a white tank top, and red pointed slingback heels. Just like she had the culture on its knees during the first release, the iconic wardrobe was rehashed at the “Renaissance” Tour.
Beyoncé’s dancers cat-walked to the stage wearing different versions of the same costume. Each sported a white fur coat and black boots that added oomph to an already ravishing set. She, on the other hand, looked effortlessly stunning in a jewel-necked meshed pearl bodysuit.