MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 16 (UPI) -- Destiny's Child has plans to be together for at least four more years, the R&B trio's manager said, it was reported Monday.
Mathew Knowles, the group's manager and singer Beyonce's father, recently outlined Destiny's Child's future, including tour and album dates, at a music conference in Miami Beach, Fla., NME.com reported Monday.
After taking some time off to pursue solo careers, the three Destiny's Child women will release a new album Nov. 6, with as many as four singles released to radio at the same time, Knowles said.
The album also will use a new CD/DVD flip-side technology, with songs on one side and a DVD on the other.
A world tour to support the album is set to start in April 2005.
Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland have new solo albums due out in the next year and Beyonce plans to continue the film career she started in the last couple of years, with films scheduled through 2006, Knowles said.
The women plan to take 2007 off before releasing a fifth Destiny's Child album in 2008, he said.