Words by Jasmine Johnson

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This past weekend marked 20 years for Beyoncé has been in the game! “No, No, No” by Destiny’s Child was released 20 years ago. The Destiny’s Child original members were Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé Knowles, LaTavia and Letoya Luckett.  Two decades, several lineup changes, and many hits later, the song is still considered a favorite among fans. It came off their first debut album that next year in 1998. The song was certified platinum on February 26, 1998. That’s when we didn’t know Beyoncé would change the game. Tidal has made a playlist and dropped the visual for Part 1 and 2 of the song.


Also this weekend her third studio album, I Am Sasha Fierce, was released nine years ago. It has been debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts with its first week of sales. It also has won a record-setting of six Grammy Awards. She set the record for the most awards won in one night by a female artist. She had hit singles that include: “If I Were A Boy,” “Single Ladies,” “Diva,” “Sweet Dreams,” and “Video Phone.” The album was formatted as a double album. The first disc, I Am…, contains a pop and r&b type songs and the second disc, Sasha Fierce, focuses on upbeat songs. The album was certified double platinum and her singles were all platinum as well.

To top it all off we seen pictures of her twins, Sir Carter and Rumi! All of us wanted to know what they looked like since it has been over five months since they came into this world. We all know Rumi looks like Beyoncé and Sir Carter looks like Jay-Z by the resemblance of their baby pictures.

Peep the visual of “No, No, No” Part 1 and 2 below.