That's the name Beyonce has given her stage persona, according to the November issue of Vanity Fair.
"I always held back in Destiny's Child, because I was comfortable in a group and felt that I didn't have to do anything 100 percent, because there were other people onstage with me. I would not lose myself or go all the way," she told the magazine.
"The first step to (going all the way) was 'Dangerously in Love.' I just wanted people to really hear me, hear my voice and my tastes. For the first time, I wasn't afraid, I didn't feel limited. I wanted people to hear my range, because I can sing like a rapper, I can flow, I can sing soul songs, I can do rock, and I wanted people to hear that."
As usual, she was coy about her relationship with Jay-Z, although she did say they're not engaged, let alone secretly married as some have claimed.
Jay-Z spoke about their musical relationship: "We exchanged audiences. Her records are huge Top 40 records, and she helped 'Bonnie and Clyde' go to No. 1. What I gave her was a street credibility, a different edge."
Beyonce didn't have that edge growing up.
"I went to private school, we had a very nice house, cars, a housekeeper," she said. "I wasn't doing (singing) because I didn't have a choice, or to support the family, or because I had to get out of a bad situation. I just was determined."