20 Reasons Why We Need the Old Destiny’s Child Back
Love them or hate them, one thing there's no denying is that Destiny's Child is one of the most successful R&B groups of all time. With more than 60 million albums sold worldwide and more accolades than we can count, DC is in a class all their own. With hits like "Survivor," "Say My Name" and the infectious "Bootylicious," their songs are timeless. Unfortunately, fans had to deal with the fact that Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams officially parted ways to pursue their solo careers in 2006, and ultimately broke hearts all over the globe. Yes, they've gone on to release their own albums and garner individual success, but the magic that these three singers make whenever they get onstage in incomparable.
Sure, Destiny's Child has gone through a few bumps along the way as well as a couple of lineup changes, but the moment Beyonce, Kelly and Michelle got together, the vocal trio were perfection both on and off the stage. What makes them legends is the fact that they clearly have a strong bond, which makes them more than just your average musical group -- they're sisters. And even though these three are out doing their own things, there are moments when these ladies give us a glimmer of hope that another potential reunion will happen. Remember Beyonce's Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2013, or the more recent collaboration the ladies did on "Say Yes" for Michelle's latest LP, Journey to Freedom?
So in honor of the 10th anniversary of their Number 1's album, we plead our case and explain why Destiny's Child needs to get back together. Here are 20 Reasons Why We Need the Old Destiny's Child Back.