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Album Review | SOUL POP

Not much new on Destiny’s Child’s ‘Love Songs’

When Beyoncé announced “new music” from her former girl group Destiny’s Child, at first it seemed like this meant a new album. It does not. It means a new song.

Otherwise, “Love Songs” is just that, a compendium of ballads concerning romance by the hitmaking late ’90s-early ’00s soul pop group fronted by Beyoncé and featuring Kelly Rowland — who also has a solo song included — and later Michelle Williams (and, at various times, LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson, and Farrah Franklin).

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