I actually forgot how much I loved this bloody-awful song until hearing it again recently. The weirdest part is that I cannot get past about two and a half minutes everytime I listen to it. 260 more words
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We take you back to 1997 when Houston rapper Lil O enlisted Destiny’s Child to sing in the visuals for “Can’t Stop.” The video has been recirculated all over the web over the weekend. 38 more words
A rare music video has resurfaced on the internet this weekend, showing Beyonce and early Destiny’s Child singing backup for Houston rapper Lil’ O.
The video for Lil’ O’s “Can’t Stop” was released in 1997, around the same time Destiny’s Child started making waves with their first single “No, No, No.” 66 more words
DOUSIC ENTERTAINMENT and BROOKLYN MEDIA GROUP announced today the development of two separate film and television adaptations from Brian K. Moore’s original book on the birth of Destiny’s Child. 565 more words
The World Cup kicks off today! What better time for us to treat you to an exclusive interview with Kelly Rowland, who’s just released her video for Pepsi’s football-themed visual album Beats of the Beautiful Game?! 519 more words