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Before there was Beyoncé, singular, there was The Writing’s on the Wall, Destiny’s Child’s big break, which swaps the stately soul of their debut for futuristic beats and take-no-prisoners attitude. The slinky “Bills, Bills, Bills” and “Bug a Boo” boldly shake off deadweight dudes, while “So Good” celebrates moving onwards and upwards with dizzying vocal runs. And for all the envelope-pushing producers involved—Rodney Jerkins, Missy Elliott, She’kspere—the reins are firmly in the hands of Beyoncé and company on this self-respect manifesto: just hear their triumphant vocal interplay on "Say My Name".


Formed: 1990 in Houston, TX

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Destiny's Child rose to become one of the most popular female R&B groups of the late '90s, eventually rivaling even TLC in terms of blockbuster commercial success. Their accomplishments came in spite of several abrupt personnel changes, which were accompanied by heated, well-publicized feuds in the media and the courts. In fact, for a time, Destiny's Child were known for that drama just as much as their music. Once the group stabilized again, though, they emerged with even more hitmaking power than...
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