13 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Late-’90s R&B was sorely lacking in girl groups when Texan teens Destiny’s Child came up—and they changed the game almost instantly. The group’s gossamer harmonies and wise-beyond-their-years attitude shine on hip-hop-tinged tracks like the flinty Wyclef Jean team-up “No, No, No (Part 2)” and the skeletal Master P duet “With Me Part II.” Sparkling ballads like the swooning “Second Nature” and the delicate “Killing Time” tug at listeners' heartstrings while hinting at the group’s massive potential.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Late-’90s R&B was sorely lacking in girl groups when Texan teens Destiny’s Child came up—and they changed the game almost instantly. The group’s gossamer harmonies and wise-beyond-their-years attitude shine on hip-hop-tinged tracks like the flinty Wyclef Jean team-up “No, No, No (Part 2)” and the skeletal Master P duet “With Me Part II.” Sparkling ballads like the swooning “Second Nature” and the delicate “Killing Time” tug at listeners' heartstrings while hinting at the group’s massive potential.

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