Destiny's Child is back for Michelle William's "Say Yes" and they're having a party to celebrate.
Michelle William's latest gospel single, "Say Yes," reunites Destiny's Child. Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland are featured on the song and in the video. The video setting and tone is catchy, upbeat and matches the trio's vocals.
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The three look to be having a party and enjoying life while saying yes whenever the Lord calls on someone for help.
In the backyard portion, Beyoncé's rocking braids and a long white pullover, covering her denim shorts and managing to look regal in causal wear. Kelly's donning a white, open-knit crochet shirt and skirt while reaching for the sky. Twirling, Michelle looks beautifully ethereal in a loose, white dress.
Michelle's ripped denim cropped pants and festive top match the party at the end, when the girls get together and sing on a back porch, reminiscent of the young, pre-international sensation. Just girls hanging around friends and partying in clean ways.
Since Entertainment One released the video earlier, Billboard reports "Say Yes" has been trending the number 1 spot for almost the entire day on Twitter.
No doubt in part because it’s a Destiny’s Child reunion fans have been waiting for. Although the song only features Beyoncé and Kelly, the vocals are split enough to showcase why Destiny’s Child was a force to be reckoned with.
ABC News reports in “Destiny’s Child Together Again for Michelle Williams’ ‘Say Yes’” that Williams was thrilled at the reunion. “Working together with Destiny’s Child again was amazing,” the singer told “Good Morning America” today.
Just because the group doesn’t perform together anymore doesn’t mean any love is lost between the group, either. “I am just so moved by this moment right now and to have my girls on there."
Gossip outlets constantly discuss any major drama with in the group, but the video will probably silence the chatter for a bit. You can see the joy in the groups face singing and performing together again without a ton of studio interference. More like friends chilling out together.
“Sometimes the director or production assistants had to say like, ‘OK, girls, bring it back home. Bring it back together because when we were together, we go back to how we were when we were younger, just always laughing and talking about things.”
The 33-year-old singer also explains why the album is called “Journey to Freedom,” out Sept 9. To be “free from whatever it is that’s keeping you from being the best person you can be” is a personal journey for the singer.
And most of the audience can relate to ultimately “not feeling all the way confident within myself” and the long road that comes with finding the best you can be.
Here's to more reunions for the former members of Destiny's Child.