Gospel/R&B singer and Destiny's Child Michelle Williams has checked herself into a mental health facility over depression issues. Williams revealed the news about her battle with mental health issues on Tuesday in a statement, in hopes that she can help others who are battling with the diseases. “For years I have dedicated myself to increasing awareness of mental health and empowering people to [Read More]
Destiny's Child has reunited! Unfortunately not for music, rather in a sisterly bond of support for fellow DC3 member Kelly Rowland...
Wyclef Jean Breaks Down Inspiration Behind Destiny’s Child’s 1997 Hit ‘No, No, No Part 2,’ Plus Singer Wrongly Arrested
About creating the verses' rapid melody, Jean says he was influenced by the fact that the group was from Houston, and gave Beyonce a quick flow similar to how Texan rappers flowed at the time.
Yesterday (Nov. 7), Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams partook in the social media trend. Could this be foreshadowing a Destiny's Child reunion?
There was an unofficial Destiny’s Child reunion over the weekend! Beyonce, Michelle, and Kelly all met up to celebrate Kelly’s 35th birthday bash on Saturday night (Feb. 20) ..
Mathew Knowles continues to keep hope alive for a Destinyâs Child reunion, and not only a reunion, but Knowles hopes to take the groupâs story to film or TV.
Destiny's Child, one of the best-selling R&B groups of all time, are known for their female anthems, sexy dance moves, and fly outfits.
Last month, the Sony hack revealed that Mathew Knowles approached the media company about potentially producing a biopic about the platinum-selling female R&B group known as Destinyâs Child. Well, it looks like Papa Knowles isnât the only one...
Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams reunite for their first song in eight years, entitled "Nuclear." The new record is featured on the Grammy Award winning group's new compilation project, 'Love Songs.'
Remember the news from Mathew Knowles a few months ago about the release of a new Destiny's Child album?