360° Coverage : Destiny's Child set to return, announces Knowles

Destiny's Child set to return, announces Knowles

Los Angeles, Jan 11 (IANS) Singer Beyonce Knowles has announced the return of her band Destiny's Child with a new song, their first in eight years.

Jan 11 2013, 4:35am CST | by

Los Angeles, Jan 11 — Singer Beyonce Knowles has announced the return of her band Destiny's Child with a new song, their first in eight years.

The band, which comprises of Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, released their last song "Stand up for love" in 2005.

The singer announced the news on her website through a post, reports dailymail.co.uk. "I am so proud to announce the first original Destiny's Child music in eight years," she posted.

The album, entitled "Love Songs", is set to hit stores Jan 29.

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