Mathew Knowles: There 'Might' Be a New Destiny's Child Album

Mathew Knowles

Mathew Knowles: There 'Might' Be a New Destiny's Child Album

"Can you imagine what that would be like?" says Bey's dad.

Published August 27, 2014

Now that those wild rumors about' Jay Z's and Beyoncé's marriage can be put to rest, Papa Knowles is hinting at a possible reunion between his daughter and her Destiny's Child sisters.

"Folks don't know it, but I am still the manager of Destiny's Child," Mathew Knowles said in a chat with The Roula and Ryan Show. "When you see Destiny's Child on TV and you see them doing songs together slowly, it might be another Destiny's Child album coming."

Although the group officially disbanded and Kelly's currently preggers, earlier this summer, Michelle somewhat quietly dropped "Say Yes," a song featuring both Kelly and Beyoncé.

"There might be this tour that makes history," he continued. "Can you imagine what that would be like?"

He also continued to plug his teaching seminars on Communications and the Music Industry, and candidly addressed all things Beyoncé, like her seductive 2014 Grammy Awards performance of "Drunk in Love."

"It was the very first time I've ever watched Beyoncé as a dad and I just boo-hoo cried because I've never watched her from the headset of a dad," he said.

He had the opposite reaction to the viral elevator incident. "It's called the jedi mind trick," he said about it, laughing hysterically. "Everybody's talking about it. Ticket sales went up. Solange's album sales went up 200 percent."

Mathew wrapped up the convo with a nod to his relationship with megastar Bey. Though it has been reported over the past few years that the two are estranged, the Music World executive says otherwise, even stating that they talk quite frequently.

"She's still just my girl," he said. "We talk every Sunday. She's still the humble, generous person she's always been." is your #1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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Written by Moriba Cummings


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