Music Review: Destiny's Child, #1's
By Kate on 18 June 2009
Get the low down on all the greatest music at TheHairStyler.com and find out what's worth a listen.
Only a few months after announcing their split, Destiny's Child has released #1's, a collection of their biggest hits and a few new ones.
Highlights from the album include "Independent Women Part 1," "Survivor," "Lose My Breath," "Say My Name," "Emotion," "Bootylicious" and "Jumpin, Jumpin."
There are three new tracks to pad out the album, including the 2005 World Children's Day Anthem, "Stand Up For Love," "Feel The Same Way I do" and "Check on it" which is a Beyonce only track from the upcoming Pink Panther movie. As with most CDs these days there is of course a limited edition which also includes a host of videos from the group and is a fun look back on the ever changing line up of the band members.
#1's is a must have item for any Destiny's Child fan, even without the inclusion of "Nasty Girl" and its hilarious video. This is a great collection of RnB and party tracks and proves without a doubt why Destiny's Child became the best selling female group of all time.
Check out the super styles of Destiny's Child at TheHairStyler.com today! And don't forget to visit our celebrity hairstyles gallery to see more celebrity hairstyles.