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As a final bow, Destiny’s Child put together the ultimate collection of hits spanning their lengthy ride as a group. It was only fitting that the album include their first hit, “No, No, No Part II”, which paired the group with Wyclef Jean. Other certified classics on this LP from their early days include their Charlie’s Angels theme, “Independent Women part I”, “Bootylicious”, “Bug A Boo”, “Jumpin Jumpin”, “Say My Name”, and “Emotions”, their cover of the BeeGee’s classic tune. The ladies also take a moment to revisit recent hits with “Lose My Breath”, “Soldier”, and “Girl”.

For those that are looking for something new, the ladies also drop a few brand new gems. You’ve probably already heard the smash “Stand Up For Love”, which is currently the anthem for the 2005 World Children’s Day. Also new is “Feel The Same Way I Do”, which features production from Rodney Jerkins, plus Beyonce throws in “Check On It”, which features production from Swizz Beats and vocals from fellow Houston representative Slim Thug.

The album serves as a wonderful parting gift for a group that will be long remembered for their love and hard work. No one worked as hard as Destiny’s Child, and they couldn’t have been any more successful than what they were. New fans picking up this album will have an opportunity to get to know the ladies for their past work.









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