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Destiny's Child (DC) is one of the most popular American R&B and hip-hop bands. The history of the creation of this group began in 1990 in Houston. Then there was created a performing rap and dancing group called Girl's Tyme. At that time, among others, the project participants were Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson. The age of the performers was very young, for example, Beyonce - only 9 years old. Gradually, the number of Girl's Tyme members decreased to six, and later to four. The last line-up included: Beyonce (the main soloist from the very beginning of the group's existence), Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
The first five years of the group's existence did not bring it success. Although they tried to gain popularity, taking part in many music competitions in the country. A failure on the TV show Star Search prompted Beyonce's father Matthew to leave his job and career in order to personally pursue the group. Due to a decrease in the family budget, the conflict between Beyonce's parents ended in divorce. Matthew Knowles gave all of himself to work on a music project with the participation of his daughter. Beyonce's mother helped the girls make costumes.
The turning point for this project was 1997 - they changed their name to Destiny's Child and were able to sign a contract with Columbia Records. After that, DC began recording songs and releasing albums. Their first album received great popularity and many music awards.
Clips and concerts with Destiny's Child can be watched online at many music sites.
After the rise of fame, an internal conflict began in the group. Two performers were unhappy, in their opinion, with the wrong remuneration of the participants. They wanted justice, but they got kicked out of DC. Then there were lawsuits and public accusations from both sides of the conflict. However, this did not stop the popularity of Destiny's Child from growing. They sang themes for such cult movies as Men in Black and Charlie's Angels.
Since 2005, DC has officially ceased performing. The members devoted themselves entirely to their solo careers.
Destiny's Child's discography includes the following works: Destiny's Child (1998), The Writing's On The Wall (1999), Survivor (2001), Destiny Fulfilled (2004).
Destiny's Child for 14 years delighted fans with their performances.