5 Destiny's Child albums have been released. This includes one holiday album. The group emerged quickly into stardom with their first album release in 1998 to become one of the top r&b vocal groups as the new millenium began. Down to a trio, the group announced their break up in June 2005.
- Destiny's Child (1998) - The first self-titled Destiny's Child album included work with top producers Wyclef Jean and Jermaine Dupri. The single "No, No, No, Pt. 1" reached #3 on the pop chart and started a string of major hit singles.
- The Writing's On the Wall (1999) - The second Destiny's Child album brought the group to the top ranks of female vocal groups. It is the first album to reach the top 10 of the pop and r&b album charts. This collection of top notch pop/r&b includes work from a varied group of the best r&b producers. Missy Elliott, Rodney Jerkins and Daryl Simmons all contribute work. "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Say My Name" topped both the pop and r&b singles charts. "Jumpin', Jumpin'" also reached the top 10 on both singles charts.
- Survivor (2001) - Coming out amidst stories of internal group strife, and a readjustment of the group from a quartet to a trio, this is the first Destiny's Child album to reach #1 on both pop and r&b albums charts. This collection celebrates the strength of women in the #1 single "Independent Women, Pt. 1" and the album's title song, another top 10 smash.
- 8 Days Of Christmas (2001) - At the peak of their popularity the group released a holiday album. It is somewhat uneven but the title song is an interesting reworking of the classic "12 Days Of Christmas."
- Destiny Fulfilled (2004) - The final Destiny's Child studio album appeared after group member Beyonce became a solo superstar with her first album release. This album clearly showcases Beyonce as the star of the group, but it was a relative commercial failure. The album failed to top the pop albums chart and did not include a #1 pop hit single. "Lose My Breath" and "Soldier" both did make the top 3.
- #1's (2005) - Destiny's Child wrap up all of the hits in one concise package. 2 new tracks are featured.