Of course her landing the cover comes just months after the R&B singer made history in the music industry with her self-titled album which served an unexpected release, yet still managed to sell more than a million copies in its first week.
The bigger message behind the “visual album” was the fact that most topics focused on feminism and equality.
Beyonce definitely felt an urge to raise her opinion on women still being looked down on, whether it is at work or by their men.
The record is nearing 3.5 million in copies sold while songs such as Drunk in Love and Partition continue to chart well all around the world. That certainly deserves some kind of recognition, right?
Sheryl Sandberg, founder of LeanIn.org, gave Bey a tribute inside the magazine that sees her congratulate the 32-year old for “[raising] her voice both on- and offstage to urge women to be independent and lead.”
Other celebrities who made the list were Seth Meyers, Amy Adams, Kerry Washington, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell and NBA player Jason Collins.
The latest issue of Time goes on sale this Friday, so catch more on who made the list of Most Influential, make sure you get yourself a copy.
Do you agree with the choices the mag made?