Destiny’s Child remains one of the most iconic girl groups in music history. Managed by Beyoncé’s father, Mathew Knowles, the original lineup featured Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson. Over the years, lineup changes saw Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin briefly join the band. Despite the shifts, Destiny’s Child achieved massive success, setting the stage for powerful solo careers for some of its members.

The group’s first hit came in 1998 with “No No No,” featuring Wyclef Jean. From there, it was a meteoric rise to fame, culminating in a series of hits from the 2000 album “The Writing’s on the Wall.” With themes of independence, resilience, and love, their songs resonated with a broad audience, securing their legacy in the pantheon of R&B and pop music.

Here’s a look at the top 10 Destiny’s Child songs:

10. Bug a Boo

“Bug a Boo” is a catchy, relatable song about a partner who’s just too clingy. The track brings forth a fresh vibe that captured the spirit of late-’90s R&B.

9. Jumpin’ Jumpin’

An anthem for the weekend and nights out, “Jumpin’ Jumpin'” remains a dance-floor staple, celebrating the joy of letting loose.

8. Bills, Bills, Bills

The song that put Destiny’s Child on the map as a force to be reckoned with, “Bills, Bills, Bills” offers a candid look at the complexities of relationships and financial independence.

7. Bootylicious

“Bootylicious” is more than a song; it’s a cultural moment that coined a term and became an anthem for body positivity and self-assurance.

6. Lose My Breath

With its intense beat and compelling rhythm, “Lose My Breath” is a showcase of Destiny’s Child’s harmonies and dance abilities.

5. Emotion

A cover of the Bee Gees’ classic, “Emotion” showcases the vocal prowess of Destiny’s Child, offering a touching and soulful rendition.

4. Survivor

Inspired by the controversies and lineup changes the group faced, “Survivor” is a powerful anthem of resilience and empowerment.

3. Independent Women (Part 1)

An anthem of female empowerment, “Independent Women” celebrates self-sufficiency and independence, striking a chord with women everywhere.

2. No No No

The song that started it all, “No No No” introduced the world to Destiny’s Child, and the group’s chemistry was evident from the get-go.

1. Say My Name

Arguably their most iconic song, “Say My Name” features impeccable harmonies and addresses relationship dynamics in a way that’s as relatable as it is catchy.

Destiny’s Child created timeless music that still resonates today. Their songs served as the soundtrack for a generation, defining an era while laying the groundwork for modern R&B and pop music.