For one reason or another, the success of its individual members have gone some way to overshadow the impact Destiny’s Child made as a collective.
Shifting 17.5 million units in the US alone, reports of the trio’s forthcoming ‘Superbowl 2013‘ reunion reached fever pitch with the release of a new single, ‘Nuclear’ and confirmation of a new release, billed ‘Love Songs‘.
Both of which, if the iTunes UK is anything to go by, has seen the group enjoy a substantial sales spike in the market- securing them a number of Top Ten digital spots.
Upon the arrival of their ‘reunion reports’, Beyonce‘s ‘Single Ladies’ shot to #9 on the R&B charts five years after release while ‘Say My Name’ holds court at #30, 13 years after hitting Pop shores on March 28th.
Meanwhile, their 2005 ‘#1′s’ ‘Best Of’ album soared to #6, outselling Ne-Yo‘s ‘R.E.D’ , Usher‘s ‘Looking For Myself‘ and Rihanna‘s Elijah Blake assisted ‘Unapologetic’, all of which were released in 2012.
A testament to the ladies’ undying commercial pull, the renewed interest in their discography will undoubtedly mark the best news the trio have shared in some time, and comes before all three embark on new solo campaigns- with Beyonce set to launch her fifth studio album in the first quarter of this year.