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February 21, 2013
DC3’s MICHELLE WILLIAMS Doing Reality TV?

Welp, apparently Miss Williams of Destiny’s Child has decided to join the reality tv world. It sounds weird to me, but upon further research, it makes sense and should be great for her career. She’ll partake in a new reality series from Entertainment One Television that will focus on the release of her upcoming gospel record and her relationship with her sisters. Michelle says this project is about inspiring others and I like the sound of that. xo @rozOonThego

Working together on my new gospel album and television series, I am excited to share with everyone a behind-the-scenes look at the inspiration and journey of recording for the album, performing, fun family times and other unforgettable experiences out together with my dear sisters.

source: vh1

photo: getty images

February 14, 2013

THROW-BACK VIDEO: CATER 2 U - DESTINY’S CHILD

Happy Valentines Day to all those that celebrate! Cater to your boo today & everyday! LOL

xo @rozOonTheGo

February 5, 2013
Sales On Fire for BEYONCE + DESTINY’S CHILD!

I knew there would be a sales surge after the MAJOR Super Bowl Half-time performance but this is CRAZY! 

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According to Billboard, “Beyonce’s digital album sales jump 230%; Destiny’s Child rocket more than 600% in week-ending Feb. 3.” Say my name, say my name! HA! ‘Beyonce’s biggest selling song of the week was 'Halo' and for Destiny’s Child it was 'Say My Name.' As the article suggested, more accurate numbers will be visible next week, ‘after a full seven days’ worth of sales are registered post-game.! Congrats ladies! xo @rozoOonTheGo

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January 18, 2013
I Salute: MICHELLE WILLIAMS Of Destiny’s Child

I came across this pretty awesome article on People.com about Miss Michelle Williams where she spoke about suffering from depression in the past. It’s hard to understand that darkness unless you’ve dealt with it personally. It’s a sensitive subject and I applaud her for speaking out about a subject that’s too often swept under the rug.

"I’ve dealt with depression," the singer and actress, 32, tells the Associated Press. “I had to choose to get out of bed and do whatever I needed to do to be happy.” 

She speaks of first suffering with this common mental health disorder as a teen. According to the article, Michelle manage to recover without medication ‘thanks to therapy, exercise and positive thinking.’

"We’re taught, ‘Just go to church and pray about it. The Lord is going to heal you,’" Williams explains, adding that she’s opening up about her experience to encourage others to seek assistance.

Be sure to visit People to read the entire article and if your suffering from depression - you are NOT alone - get help! xo @rozOonTheGo

photo credit * jason merritt * getty

July 2, 2012

THROWBACK: CATER 2 U - DESTINY’S CHILD (LIVE)

Destiny’s Child BET Awards performance! Beyonce, Kelly & Michelle served it up (no pun intended) during their ’CARTER 2 U’ performance! xo @RozOonTheGo

June 8, 2012
Awwww my first of many magazine interviews :) (2000). Hits Magazine featured me in the coveted 'Makin' it Happen' section when I began my radio promotions career at Sony/Columbia Records; where I worked records for acts: Nas, Destiny’s Child, 50 Cent, Lauryn Hill/The Fugee’s, Mariah Carey and many more! #grateful @RozOonTheGo
When asked ‘what advice I’d like to give to those aspiring to get in the Biz’:

"Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do it. Don’t get caught up in the celebrity scene. And if you’re a female, don’t let this male industry take control (of you)." (12 years later I’m happy to say that I’ve taken + stuck by my own advice)

Awwww my first of many magazine interviews :) (2000). Hits Magazine featured me in the coveted 'Makin' it Happen' section when I began my radio promotions career at Sony/Columbia Records; where I worked records for acts: Nas, Destiny’s Child, 50 Cent, Lauryn Hill/The Fugee’sMariah Carey and many more! #grateful @RozOonTheGo

When asked ‘what advice I’d like to give to those aspiring to get in the Biz’:

"Don’t let anyone tell you you can’t do it. Don’t get caught up in the celebrity scene. And if you’re a female, don’t let this male industry take control (of you)." (12 years later I’m happy to say that I’ve taken + stuck by my own advice)

April 24, 2012
Love these girls! xo

Love these girls! xo

October 18, 2011

#throwBack ‘SOLDIER’ -DESTINY’S CHILD FEAT. LIL WAYNE & T.I.

October 3, 2011
Mad old school! It was great working with these ladies :)

Mad old school! It was great working with these ladies :)

September 3, 2011
September 4 is Beyonce’s 30th birthday - which, with her first child on the way is sure to be a wonderful year - and in celebration of the doubly-momentous occasion, we’ve ranked the mommy-to-be’s top 30 Billboard hits.
This chart of Beyonce’s 30 biggest Billboard hits is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100. Songs are ranked using an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least.
Independent Women (Destiny’s Child)
Irreplaceable 
Baby Boy (Sean Paul)
Crazy In Love (Jay-Z)
Check On It (Slim Thug)
Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
Jumpin’ Jumpin’ (Destiny’s Child)
Say My Name (Destiny’s Child)
Lose My Breath (Destiny’s Child)
Survivor (Destiny’s Child)
Bills, Bills, Bills (Destiny’s Child)
Naughty Girl
No, No, No (Destiny’s Child)
'03 Bonnie & Clyde (Jay-Z)
Soldier (Destiny’s Child)
Me, Myself And I
Telephone (Lady Gaga)
Halo
If I Were A Boy
Bootylicious (Destiny’s Child)
Sweet Dreams
Beautiful Liar (Shakira)
Deja Vu (Jay-Z)
Emotion (Destiny’s Child)
Cater 2 U (Destiny’s Child)
Until The End Of Time (Justin Timberlake)
Diva
Ring The Alarm
Best Thing I Never Had
Girl (Destiny’s Child)
If you had to choose one, which has been your favorite hit?

September 4 is Beyonce’s 30th birthday - which, with her first child on the way is sure to be a wonderful year - and in celebration of the doubly-momentous occasion, we’ve ranked the mommy-to-be’s top 30 Billboard hits.

This chart of Beyonce’s 30 biggest Billboard hits is based on actual performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100. Songs are ranked using an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at No. 100 earning the least.

  1. Independent Women (Destiny’s Child)
  2. Irreplaceable 
  3. Baby Boy (Sean Paul)
  4. Crazy In Love (Jay-Z)
  5. Check On It (Slim Thug)
  6. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
  7. Jumpin’ Jumpin’ (Destiny’s Child)
  8. Say My Name (Destiny’s Child)
  9. Lose My Breath (Destiny’s Child)
  10. Survivor (Destiny’s Child)
  11. Bills, Bills, Bills (Destiny’s Child)
  12. Naughty Girl
  13. No, No, No (Destiny’s Child)
  14. '03 Bonnie & Clyde (Jay-Z)
  15. Soldier (Destiny’s Child)
  16. Me, Myself And I
  17. Telephone (Lady Gaga)
  18. Halo
  19. If I Were A Boy
  20. Bootylicious (Destiny’s Child)
  21. Sweet Dreams
  22. Beautiful Liar (Shakira)
  23. Deja Vu (Jay-Z)
  24. Emotion (Destiny’s Child)
  25. Cater 2 U (Destiny’s Child)
  26. Until The End Of Time (Justin Timberlake)
  27. Diva
  28. Ring The Alarm
  29. Best Thing I Never Had
  30. Girl (Destiny’s Child)

If you had to choose one, which has been your favorite hit?

September 3, 2011

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