Beyonce Shares Rare Pictures of Destiny's Child to Celebrate 'No No No' 20th Anniversary


Beyonce Shares Rare Pictures of Destiny's Child to Celebrate 'No No No' 20th Anniversary


The pictures, which are posted on Beyonce's official website, see all four original members of the group recording the song.
It's been two decades since the release of Destiny's Child's debut song "No No No". In honor of the song's 20th anniversary, Beyonce Knowles has shared a series of never-before-seen throwback pictures of all four original members. They are Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett.

The pictures, which were posted on Beyonce's official website, saw the girls working on the song in a recording studio. One of the snaps showed the girls, rocking oversized sweatshirts, standing behind a microphone and recording the song. Another picture saw Beyonce, clad in a printed, cropped tank top, flashing a smile as she sang the hit song.





There was also a picture of the group with rapper Wyclef Jean, who was featured in the the track. The 48-year-old rapper sported a neon green T-shirt, while young Beyonce looked adorable in two pigtails and a V-neck T-shirt. A promotional picture of the group was also included.





Beyonce was not the only one who celebrated the anniversary of "No No No". Fellow former Destiny's Child's members, Kelly and LaTavia, took to their social media accounts to share throwback pictures of the group.

Just like Beyonce, LaTavia also shared several pictures. One of the pictures saw the group posing at a flower garden with a guy. They put their arms on each other's shoulders. "Happy 20 years," she captioned it. Another picture showed the girl group posing at Sony Music's office. The 36-year-old singer remarked that the picture was taken when the company agreed to release the song back in 1997.





Meanwhile, Kelly posted a video of her dancing to the song. Rocking a white gown, she invited her son, Titan Jewell Witherspoon, to dance with her. Titan refused to do it, though. He just looked at his mom who was immersed in her dancing.



"No No No", which was produced by Vincent Herbert, Rob Fusari and Wyclef, was released on November 11, 1997 via Columbia Records. The song peaked at No. 2 on Billboard Hot 100 chart and was certified platinum on February 26, 1998.














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