Fans of Destiny’s Child are going wild as an unreleased album from the band has appeared online.
The album titled ‘Destiny’s Child: The Untold Story Presents Girls Tyme’ is a 15-track album featuring unreleased music from the band, back when they went by the name Girls Tyme.
The group, featured four Destiny’s Child members Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Robertson, before they changed their name.
The group made an appearance on Beyoncé’s track ***Flawless.
In the video, and audio for the song there is a clip of the young girl band performing on Star Search.
Back in October, Beyoncé’s father, and the band’s ex-manager Matthew Knowles revealed plans to release the unheard album.
Fans have taken to social media to express their excitement at the never-heard-before music.
never did i think today would be the day that i would be hearing a Girls Tyme song, LET ALONE AN ENTIRE ALBUM… WHY TODAY OF ALL DAYS?! WHATS GOING ON?!
— 🌹JAY🌹 (@slaysoncartel) December 2, 2019
This Girls Tyme album kinda hittin pic.twitter.com/xYYMJZ3wM6
— STAN ACCOUNT FOR MYSELF (@screenready) December 2, 2019
i like how bey casually uses girls tyme beats in her current performances. & we didn’t have a clue. pic.twitter.com/2GYp2GLALi
— BΔK // NYC (@BeyhiveNY) December 2, 2019
Some are criticizing Matthew Knowles for the album’s artwork.
It shows a silhouette picture of Destiny’s Child, including late addition to the line-up, Michelle Williams.
Fans are not happy because the singer was not part of Girls Tyme.
Matthew really put Michelle on the Girls Tyme cover pic.twitter.com/8Gb3TBQdlm
— Chun-Li (@jakewain_) December 2, 2019
Lmao Michelle wasn’t even in Girls Tyme 😭 Matthew why
— Jahmorei Snipes (@Morei_Amore) December 2, 2019
not @ this man releasing a Girls Tyme “album” with DC3 as the cover art…. pic.twitter.com/7hkiVbZjM3
— вєу’ѕ тιηу glαѕѕєѕ (@uhlexiswarren) December 2, 2019
IDK why the Girls Tyme album cover is of the 3 adult women that DC when it could’ve – should’ve – been at least an old pic of the actual DC members. They’ve had their parts erased enough. I just think it’s unfair
— Olivia Alison Targaryen. You can call me The OA (@anotherLMND) December 2, 2019
Either way, the release of this album has quenched fan’s thirst for a Destiny’s Child reunion, for now anyway.