Nearly 14 years after its release, the Destiny's Child single 'Say My Name' still holds up as one of the best throwback jams ever! The then-quartet (now-trio) championed over TLC's 'Waterfalls' with their harmonious, Grammy-winning hit, taking the latest Throwback Thursday win with more than 58% of the fan votes. Congrats to the R&B divas and the readers who participated!
During yesterday’s Super Bowl halftime show (Feb. 3), Beyonce reunited with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for a highly anticipated performance by Destiny’s Child. And according to Us Weekly, Bey switched up the setlist at the last minute, replacing ‘Bills, Bills, Bills’ – one of the R&B group’s smash hits – with ‘Bootylicious.’
We're only a month into 2013, and Beyonce is already having one of the biggest years of her entire career. Following her performance of the national anthem at President Obama's inauguration in January, Bey took the stage at the Super Dome in New Orleans to perform at the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show.
2013 is officially in full swing, which means it's time for the first new songs on the radio recap for the new year! We've heard tons of great new singles on the airwaves already and we're excited for the many more hits just waiting in the wings!
Yesterday felt like a blast from the past, as former 'N Sync member Justin Timberlake and Destiny's Child announced they were going to be releasing new music. This will mark Timberlake's first new record since 2006, and the first Destiny's Child single since the trio dropped 'Destiny Fulfilled' in 2004. So, which of these throwback pop acts has you the most excited for new music?
Are you ready to go 'Nuclear?' Too bad if you're not, because it's here. The brand new Destiny's Child track will appear on their just-announced 'Love Songs' album, a collection of their most romantic tracks from 1997 through 2004, which drops on Jan. 29. It's the first taste of music from the trio, comprised of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, since they split in 2005.