The members of the group Destiny's Child, Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, who split in 2004 again in autumn this year with two compilation albums, as confirmed by the band's manager Matthew Knowles, Beyonce's father.
But do not imagine, yet, the comeback of the trio of singers, but for now, will be a couple of albums of his greatest hits compilation ticket sales which is expected to be in the autumn of this year, more specifically for the month of November, under the label of Sony Music World Entertainment.
Nor has agreed or has confirmed that nothing will make a world tour to promote both compilations. Everything is in the air and so far, the project of a possible return will be realized only in round and digital version.
The father of Beyoncé, in an interview with The Huffington Post, stated: "We still have our partnership with Sony and November we will be out two compilation discs of Destiny's Child with new material. So let's start doing things strategic like that.".
Referring to a possible tour of the Destiny's child, Matthew said: "It takes a year to plan one of those tour, and we must start from the artist wants to do. Also, I think the girls are working happily in their solo careers. I hope that in the next five years there is a meeting for the tour, I think it can be amazing.". So nothing is ruled out for now, remains a mystery.
Beyoncé is currently making presentations of their latest album titled "4", roping the market last year and which had to pause in promoting the birth of her first daughter Ivy Blue Carter, who had with her husband, rapper Jay Z.
Kelly Rowlland continues her solo career after that in 2011 released her third studio album, "Here I Am". Recently premiered the video "Summer Dreaming" from his latest single.
As for the third component, Michelle Williams, her latest solo album that she released in 2008, titled "Unexpected". The last thing the singer is doing is to make jury on Top Pop Group on MTV.
Now it should be clear which songs and what will be number one within two compilations and which are excluded for perhaps an upcoming musical delivery.