The rumors were true. Last night (March 28), Destiny’s Child reunited at the Stellar Awards.
Imagine how difficult it must be to get Beyoncé on a chorus in 2015, or any time in last 10 years for that matter. That wasn’t the case back in 1997, when Houston rapper Lil O booked Destiny’s Child to sing in the visual for “Can’t Stop.”
Former Destiny’s Child member Farrah Franklin was “hysterical and drugged” according to NFL player Da’Quan Bowers who told the 911 dispatcher his houseguest was zooted off something.
Ex-Destiny’s Child member Farrah Franklin was turning up too much, allegedly, in South Carolina since she was early Sunday morning for disorderly conduct.
We here at Hip-Hop Wired have been secret admirers of a certain Destiny’s Child member for some time now. Assuming that we were referencing Beyoncé would be totally warranted, but albeit very wrong. Our eyes are on a woman of a darker hue: Kelly Rowland, our latest Bangin’ Candy selection.
The Big Game is this weekend and the only thing on Beyoncé’s mind is the half-time show. Queen Bey is set to perform for her biggest audience yet, as upwards of 100 million are likely to tune in.
Beyoncé’s dominance on both the music charts and onstage should not be undervalued. Looking ahead to the former Destiny’s Child lead singer’s Super Bowl XLVII headlining halftime performance, fans should expect another tightly choreographed set from one of music’s best live performers.
Beyoncé Knowles is getting ready to rock New Orleans next Sunday at Super Bowl 47, but she is not coming alone.
Beyoncé has been ruling your life this week, and the takeover is far from reaching completion. Having already dropped the new Destiny’s Child collaboration “Nuclear,” earlier today, Mama Bey also released a trailer for her forthcoming HBO documentary Life Is But A Dream.
Rejoice, ladies. It’s new Destiny’s Child. Beyonce, Michelle and Kelly return on a record for the first time since 2004 for their new joint, “Nuclear.”
Destiny’s Child, Justin Timberlake and 50 Cent. The last time all three of these people were musically relevant we were still watching Total Request Live.
Whoever said autotune was dead, must have not have told Future. The man behind the Freebandz movement is gearing up to drop his follow-up album to his surprisingly good debut album, Pluto, with Pluto 3D this winter.
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