Amongst the most commercially successful female groups in the music industry, Destiny's Child has been cranking out multi-platinum crossover R&B for many years. Founded in Houston, Texas in 1990, they were originally put together by Mathew Knowles (Beyonce's dad) when the members were still in their preteens. They paid dues performing on Star Search (rapping, not singing) in the early nineties and eventually went on the road, touring as an opening act for Dru Hill and SWV among others. Their first official release came about in 1997, with the song "Killing Time" off the soundtrack for Will Smith's summer blockbuster Men In Black. The group released their self-titled debut album the following year, scoring a huge hit with "No, No, No," produced by Wyclef. In 1998 they returned with The Writing On The Wall, which featured two more smash singles, "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Say My Name." Though they were now bona fide chart-topping superstars, internal strife and financial grievances led to the departure of LaTavia Robertson and LeToya Luckett, who were replaced by LaTavia Robertson and Farrah Franklin. Bad press and a lawsuit ensued, but when the smoke cleared, the album had sold over... See More
Destiny's Child Concert Films
Live in Atlanta
Runtime: 2 hr 35 minDestiny's Child's Live In Atlanta serves as a dazzling chronicle of their final tour together. See the hits-"Survivor," "Say My Name," "Lose My Breath"-alongside killer solo performances by Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
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Live in the USA
Runtime: 1 hr 2 minThis DVD features En Vogue - Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis & Amanda Cole - in a concert they gave in Birmingham, Alabama in December of 2002 during which they performed their most popular songs, including their six US Top Ten hits. These include Hold On, My Lovin' and Don't Let Go - each of which made #2 in the U.S. charts, as well as an eleven-minute version of Giving Him Something He Can Feel. Sophisticated, stylish, sultry and sexy, En Vogue were the most successful girl group of the Nineties, notching up a string of hit singles around the world and amassing album sales in excess of eight million. Carrying on the girl group tradition popularized by such Sixties groups as The Supremes and The Ronettes, En Vogue owe a lot of their success to their skilful blending of contemporary R & B with elements of hip-hop, which gave them credibility with hip club and dance audiences. This DVD is perfect evidence of their raw talent to entertain.
Genie Gets Her Wish
Runtime: 1 hr 14 minYou know the hits—“Genie In A Bottle,” “What A Girl Wants,” “I Turn To You”—but on Genie Gets Her Wish, you’ll see Christina Aguilera like never before, in studio, in concert and some exclusive looks backstage!
Runtime: 23 minKeri Hilson performs live at the intimate In Session Soundcheck in 2009. The show, in support of her album In A Perfect World; features performances of Knock You Down, Slow Dance and Energy. The session concludes with an interview with Hilson.
Runtime: 59 minIn this release of a performance originally broadcast live on NBC as a Thanksgiving special, singer Mariah Carey takes the stage of New York's Proctor's Theater to perform a variety of number one hits including "Dreamlover," "Emotions," "I'll Be There," and "Vision of Love." Additional behind-the-scenes footage allow fans the opportunity to get closer than ever to the popular hit-maker, and a bonus music video for "Dreamlover" offers telling testament to Carey's talents as one of the best musical entertainers of her generation.
Live at Roseland: Elements of 4
Runtime: 2 hr 13 minThis live concert performance from international superstar Beyonce features an extensive set list including fan favorites Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It), Survivor, Bootylicious, and much more.
Runtime: 1 hr 29 minAlicia Keys: Unplugged captures the singer performing without the benefit of electric instruments. The setlist includes "If I Was Your Woman," "If I Ain't Got You," "Heartburn," and "Unbreakable," "Wild Horses," "You Don't Know My Name," and "How Come You Don't Call Me."
Lets Get Loud
Runtime: 1 hr 42 minLet’s Get Loud was taped over two sold-out nights at Roberto Clemente Stadium in Puerto Rico in September of 2001. J. Lo performs her greatest hits plus a special performance of Selena’s "I Could Fall In Love."
In Session Soundcheck 2006
Runtime: 19 minKeyshia Cole grew up listening to her mentor Tupac Shakur and Mary J. Blige as her greatest musical inspirations. In this intimate live performance we get the chance to go behind the curtains and enjoy the most appreciated songs performed live.
OMG Tour: Live from London
Runtime: 1 hr 21 minR&B icon Usher toplines this live concert, mounted and shot at London, England's O2 Arena during the artist's spring 2011 OMG tour to promote his Raymond v Ramond album. Selections include "Hey Daddy (Daddy's Home)," "U Remind Me," "U Don't Have to Call," "Mars Vs. Venus," "DJ Got Us Falling in Love," "There Goes My Baby," "Burn" and many more.