Destiny's Child are set to release a new album, sort of.
"Playlist," a greatest hits collection from the mega-selling girl group, will be issued in October to coincide with the 15-year anniversary of the trio's first No. 1 hit, "No, No, No Part 2."
Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams went on to focus on solo careers following 2004’s “Destiny Fulfilled.” Though they are routinely asked about the possibility of a reunion, Beyoncé is busy meeting the president and being Beyoncé, Rowland is prepping her fourth solo record and Williams juggles a theater career with a planned return to gospel music.
Earlier this year Mathew Knowles, Beyoncé’s father and manager of the group, told Huffington Post that he planned on issuing two records with previously unreleased material in the fall, and he hopes the girls will eventually consider a reunion tour (he no longer manages the three girls individually).