Dec 17, 2012 Columbia Records
Destiny’s Child No, No, No Part 2 (feat. Wyclef Jean) Destiny’s Child (1998) Produce By: Barry White, Calvin Gaines, Mary Brown, Rob Fusari, Vincent Herbert I don’t own any of this copyright © belongs to Destiny’s Child, Columbia Records, Sony Music and Music World Entertainment 1998 Lyrics: [Wyclef:] This is the remix The jeeps pump this new remix This is the remix Radio’s play this remix This is the remix The jeeps pump this remix This is the remix The Refugees Camp have the remix Destiny’s child We ’bout to set it This is the remix The streets pump the remix This is the remix Every project, come on, come on Destiny’s Child [Beyonce:] Boy I know you want me I can see it in your eyes But you keep on frontin’ Won’t you say what’s on your mind Cause each and every time you need me You give me signs But when I ask you what’s the deal You hold it all inside If you wanna be with me You gotta keep it real Tell me what’s goin’ on Tell me how you feel Cause boy I know you want me Just as much as I want you So come and get my love It’s all here for you [Chorus:] You’ll be sayin’ no, no, no, no, no When it’s really yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah You’ll be sayin’ no, no, no, no, no When it’s really yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah You’ll be sayin’ no, no, no, no, no When it’s really yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah You’ll be sayin’ no, no, no, no, no When it’s really yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah [Beyonce:] If you keep actin’ this way You’re gonna lose my love I ain’t got no time to play You …
Jul 20, 2012 Columbia Records
Destiny’s Child – Cater 2 U, Album: Destiny Fulfilled(2004), Columbia Records (SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT) [Verse 1 Beyonce] Baby I See You Working Hard I Want To Let You Know I’m Proud, Let You Know That I Admire What You Do The More If I Need To Reassure You, My Life Would Be Purposeless Without You (Yeah) If I Want It (Got It) When I Ask You (You Provide It) You Inspire Me To Be Better You Challenge Me For The Better Sit Back And Let Me Pour Out My Love Letter Let Me Help You Take Off Your Shoes Untie Your Shoestrings Take Off Your Cufflinks (Yeah) What You Want To Eat Boo? (Yeah) Let Me Feed You Let Me Run Your Bathwater Whatever You Desire, I’ll Aspire Sing You A Song Turn The Game On I’ll Brush Your Hair Help Put Your Do Rag On Want A Foot Rub? (Yeah) You Want A Manicure? Baby I’m Yours I Want To Cater To You Boy [Chorus] Let Me Cater To You Cause Baby This Is Your Day Do Anything For My Man Baby You Blow Me Away I Got Your Slippers, Your Dinner, Your Dessert, And So Much More Anything You Want Just Let Me Cater To You Inspire Me From The Heart, Can’t Nothing Tear Us Apart You’re All That I Want In A Man; I Put My Life In Your Hands I Got Your Slippers, Your Dinner, Your Dessert, And So Much More Anything You Want, I Want To Cater To You [Verse 2 Kelly] Baby I’m Happy You’re Home, Let Me Hold You In My Arms I Just Want To Take The Stress Away From You Making Sure That I’m Doing My Part (Oh) Boy Is There Something You Need Me To Do (Oh) If You Want It (I Got It …
Mar 30, 2012 Columbia Records
Destiny’s Child – Emotion, Album: Survivor(2001), Columbia Records (SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT) It’s over and done but the heartache lives on inside And who’s the one you’re clinging to instead of me tonight? And where are you now, now that I need you? Tears on my pillow wherever you go I’ll cry me a river that leads to your ocean You never see me fall apart In the words of a broken heart It’s just emotion that’s taken me over Caught up in sorrow, lost in my soul But if you don’t come back Come home to me, darling Dont you know there’s nobody left in this world to hold me tight Dont cha know there’s nobody left in this world to kiss goodnight Goodnight, goodnight I’m there at your side, I’m part of all the things you are But you’ve got a part of someone else You’ve got to find your shining star And where are you now, now that I need you? Tears on my pillow wherever you go
Feb 10, 2011 Columbia Records
Destiny’s Child – Lose My Breath (Live In Atlanta – Full Version) (c) 2005 Columbia Records The performance was recorded from the group’s “Destiny Fulfilled … And Lovin’ It Tour”, a massive worldwide 2005 concert tour by the reunited American female R&B trio Destiny’s Child, that visited 16 countries throughout Australia, Japan, Middle East, Europe, and North America with 67 dates in total. The US leg of the tour grossed approximately $70.8 million dollars according to Billboard magazine and was the highest-grossing tour for either a pop or R&B band in 2005.
Jan 27, 2011 Columbia Records
A legendary mash-up combining the vocals from Destiny’s Child’s “Independent Woman Part I” with instrumental excerpts from Fugazi’s “Waiting Room”, assembled by remixer Party Ben (the same dude who combined Green Day’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” with Oasis’s “Wonderwall”).. When I first caught wind of this mashup in 2004, I remember sending the link via e-mail to Guy Picotto, one of Fugazi’s two singer/guitarists, and he said (with all modesty – Fugazi aren’t known for their big egos) it was one of the best mash-up’s he’d ever heard. No response as yet from Beyonce or anyone else in Destiny’s Child. I threw this video together because I didn’t find a representation of it anywhere on Ye Olde YouTube. The separate elements of this track are (c)2002 Columbia Records and (c)1987 Dischord Records respectively.
Jun 23, 2010 Columbia Records
Desitiny´s Child was an R&B and pop girl group comprising lead singer Beyoncé Knowles, and Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. The group released four major studio albums and four US number-one singles, and sold over 17.5 million records in the United States, and over 50 million records worldwide, including solo releases. Billboard magazine ranks the group as one of the greatest musical trios of all time. Formed in 1990 in Houston, Texas, Destiny’s Child members began their musical endeavors in their pre-teens as a group of about six girls under the name Girls’ Tyme. After years of struggling, they signed on to Columbia Records and changed their name. Beyonce’s mom Tina Knowles is said to have found the group name by reading the bible and finding the words Destiny and Child. Their self titled debut album was moderately successful, but it was the release of The Writing’s on the Wall, their second studio album in 1999, that launched the group into mainstream recognition with such singles as “Bills, Bills, Bills”, “Bug a Boo” and “Say My Name”. However, despite critical and commercial success, the group was plagued by internal conflict and legal turmoil, as members LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett attempted to terminate the group’s manager (and Knowles’ father) Matthew Knowles, citing favoritism over Knowles and Rowland. They were soon replaced with Williams and Farrah Franklin; however, in 2000, Franklin also parted with the group, and they continued as a trio.