Despite their individual solo successes, the group members commit their future to one another...
[url=]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 [url=]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 [url=]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 [url=]Destiny’s Child album pencilled in for 2008.