Despite their individual solo successes, the group members commit their future to one another...

DESTINY’S CHILD have pledged their future to the band for at least another four years.

The announcement came when group manager and Beyonce’s father, Mathew Knowles, gave a keynote address at the Billboard/American Urban Radio Networks R&B/Hip-hop Conference last week.

And according to the Billboard site, Knowles outlined the future for the group and their solo careers.

A new Destiny's Child album will be released on November 6 with, according to Knowles, as many as four singles released to radio at the same time.

The album would, he said, also utilise new CD/DVD flip-side technology, with songs on one side and a DVD and the other.

The follow-up to ‘Survivor’ will also feature solo spots from [/a], Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams as well as group tracks. As well the DC album, Williams has another solo album coming out later this year, with a second set from Rowland – the follow-up to last year’s ‘Simply Deep’ – out next year.

The band will begin a world tour in April 2005, and [a]Beyonce will make films throughout 2006. 2007 will be a year off, with a fifth Destiny's Child album pencilled in for 2008.

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