Destiny's Child


old music monday: groovejet (if this ain’t love)

On this day, in the year of our lord 2000AD, Spiller had Sophie Ellis Bextor feature on a track that was rumoured to be the first song ever played on an iPod.
Hanna Hanra

ojerime is a 90s r&b princess for the internet age

The self-made south Londoner just dropped another banger.
Georgie Wright

beyoncé was the first black woman to headline coachella

Here’s all the history making you missed.
Frankie Dunn

a beginner's guide to all the birthday beyoncés

The big names you already know include Michelle Obama, Serena Williams and the other members of Destiny’s Child. We’ve done the research on the rest of those attending the birthday party to end all birthday parties.
Charlotte Gush

10 albums by black artists that should have won album of the year at the grammys

Prince, Kanye, Janet: With Beyoncé’s Lemonade relegated to the environs of R&B, we look at the other seminal albums overlooked by the Grammys.
Hattie Collins

beyoncé reflects on fashion and family while accepting her cfda fashion icon award

The singer reveals when Destiny's Child were starting out "high end labels didn't want to dress for black, country, curvy girls."
Wendy Syfret

​beyoncé’s dad says a destiny’s child film, album and tour could be on the way

Mathew Knowles says he’s “working on a few Destiny’s Child projects right now”.
Charlotte Gush
Think Pieces

bills, bills, bills: how girl power is tied to your bank account

It has been fifteen years since Destiny’s Child sang “Can you pay my bills?... If you did then maybe we could chill.” The song’s message feels incredibly retrograde in this post-Lean In era of widespread check splitting and female autonomy. For many...
Rory Satran