Top 20 R&B Girl Groups

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3. Destiny's Child

The teenage girls next door were undeniable — when they hit the scene singing “No, No, No, …,” everyone was saying "yes" to their music. Beyoncé, Kelly, LeToya and LaTavia had a country twang and a lot of attitude and, though they lost and gained a few members from their roster, their sophomore album, The Writing’s On The Wall, skyrocketed to the top of the charts with “Say My Name” and “Jumpin’ Jumpin.’” Then, their hugely successful hit on the Charlie’s Angels soundtrack, “Independent Woman Part 1” and the first single off their third album, Survivor, along with “Bootylicious" — which was added as a new word to Merriam Webster’s dictionary — solidified the group as an international sensation. They recorded one final album, Destiny Fulfilled, with new bandmate Michelle Williams in 2004, after venturing out individually and achieving solo success. If accolades are any indication, before any of the ladies reached age 30, they’d been honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

(Photo: Courtesy Columbia Records)

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