Bristol's home to some pretty incredible themed club nights - but it's hard to see how they could get better than this. One of the city's venues is hosting a night this week dedicated to the queen herself - Beyonce, of course - and her formative years in all-round fabulous and fierce girl group Destiny's Child.
Canadian producer Kill Them With Colour has tackled some massive rexmies over the span of his career, including renditions of Kendrick Lamar, Bon Iver, ZHU, and more. He's also put his own spin on iconic girl power group Destiny's Child for the second time.
Wyclef Jean always knew Destiny's Child was, well, destined for stardom. "Before any hit," he tells EW on the 20th anniversary of the pop group's debut, "before any No. 1, remember that I said, 'They went from a dream to the young Supremes.'"
It's difficult to imagine a world without Beyoncé, but before the queen began her rule she was a member of one of the most influential and top-selling contemporary girl-groups, Destiny's Child. It's been 20 years since Destiny's Child's first album c...
When Dazed sat down with Destiny's Child about 20 years ago, the band was so unknown that the writer had to expand on the 17-year-old lead singer's name in parentheses - "Beyoncé (rhymes with fiance)". It's hard to imagine a world where someone wouldn't know how to pronounce the name of music's biggest star.
In early 2000, both Roberson and Luckett were replaced with Williams and Farrah Franklin; however, Franklin quit after five months, leaving the group as a trio. Their third album, (2001), which contains themes the public interpreted as a channel to the group's experience, contains the worldwide hits " Independent Women", " Survivor" and " Bootylicious".