News Beyoncé Posted These Rare Destiny's Child Photos to Celebrate a Huge Anniversary By Brandi Fowler Brandi Fowler Instagram Website In addition to her extensive fashion, lifestyle, and beauty coverage for InStyle, Brandi has worked as a writer and editor for E! Online, a fashion and lifestyle writer for Hello! US, an editor/on-camera host for AOL, contributing writer and red carpet correspondent for Variety and Cosmopolitan, and has also served as the Hollywood correspondent for Australia's 9News' TheFIX. Her editorial features can also be found on Vitruvi, MTV News, Madame Noire, Hello Beautiful and more covering fashion, beauty, lifestyle, travel, and entertainment news. Her articles have been syndicated by the likes of Health, Marie Claire, Essence, Shape, Yahoo!, People, and more. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on November 13, 2017 @ 07:00PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: beyonce.com Now this is worthy of a throwback post ... and some serious '90s nostalgia. Destiny Child's first single and breakout hit "No, No, No," just turned 20 years old, and Beyoncé kicked off the celebration of the milestone by posting several photos of the original members of the group from back in the day on her website. In one of the snaps, the songstress, along with Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson croon together in a recording studio circa 1997, with the crew suited up in very '90s duds—oversize sweatshirts and baseball caps. beyonce.com In another photo, Beyoncé flashes a smile as she sings at a mic, clad in a printed, cropped tank top. beyonce.com The "Formation" singer continued flashing back, with promotional photos of the group that showed her rocking two pigtails and Rowland rocking a chic, curly cut, among other looks. The photos marked a key time in group's career, given that they rose to stardom when they released their first album, the self-titled Destiny's Child in 1998, which included "No, No, No," featuring Wyclef Jean. In a Surprise Move, Beyoncé and Eminem Released a Duet and It's Making Us Emotional Rowland, Luckett, and Roberson also celebrated the 20th anniversary of the song with throwback snaps of their own, with Roberson sharing photos of the group in the studio and hanging out together from the year of the single's release. The singer captioned one smiley photo of the four of them standing side by side with "One last post for #20YearsOfNoNoNo This was the moment @SonyMusicGlobal/@ColumbiaRecords said yes. 1997." Rowland shared a collage of photos to commemorate the anniversary, writing on one photo of herself "girl...you've come a long way." She also posted a video of herself on Twitter dancing with her son to the song. Happy anniversary, ladies!