There’s exciting news for Destiny’s Child fans: the Recording Industry Association of America recently updated certifications for Destiny’s Child and a myriad of DC3’s classic hits have been elevated to either platinum or multi-platinum status, making the trio the most certified girl group of all-time.
The hits that have been elevated, include “Lose My Breath,” “Jumpin, Jumpin,” “Survivor” and “Say My Name.” The latter has been certified 3x platinum (representing 3 million Stateside sales to date).
Destiny’s Child’s hits being elevated to platinum and multiplatinum status made the group (comprised of Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams) become the most certified girl group in RIAA history.
As we previously reported, last August, Destiny’s Child’s sophomore studio album, The Writing’s On The Wall turned 20, and rumors circulated regarding the trio reuniting.
However, Kelly Rowland, one of the group’s founding members, recently refuted those claims. During an interview, Rowland revealed that a DC3 reunion “hasn’t been on our radar,” reports The Grio.
“Everybody’s, like, basically doing their own projects right now and we’re just supporting each other,” Rowland said.
In 2018, the trio reunited during Beyonce’s Coachella performance that was affectionately nicknamed “Beychella,” which caused sparked hope in Destiny’s Child fans.
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