Still Bootylicious: Relive the 10 Sexiest Destiny's Child Music Videos

Before Beyoncé was twerking with Serena Williams on her visual album, Lemonade, she was celebrating her bootylicious independence from all those "Bills, Bills, Bills" with the members of Destiny's Child. Though it was a game of "Survivor" as to who made the final trio — sorry, LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson — there's no denying the powerful combination of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams.

Though the "writing's on the wall" as to how their story ends (there can only be one Beyoncé after all), in their '90s heyday, they were one of the most popular R&B girl groups. But you don't need to pray for a reunion performance to relive their hottest (and always coordinated) fashion moments. From "Bug a Boo" to "Say My Name," here are the top 10 sexiest music videos by Destiny's Child.

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"No, No, No Part 1"

For our No. 10 spot, we're kicking off with a real throwback. Check out the four original members of the girl group (plus Wyclef) doing their (sexy) '90s thing.

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"Soldier" feat. T.I. and Lil Wayne

Onto the final trio of the girl group: Beyoncé, Kelly, and Michelle. Plus appearances by T.I. and Lil Wayne, of course.

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"No, No, No Pt. 2" feat. Wyclef Jean

This 1998 jam with Wyclef has all four original members: Beyoncé and Kelly, as well as LeToya and LaTavia.

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"Bug a Boo" (H-Town Screwed Mix)

This song is like listening to a time capsule, but it also provides a glimpse into the group's Southern roots with Beyoncé's cowboy hat. To quote Bey herself: "My daddy Alabama, mama Louisiana."

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"Jumpin', Jumpin'"

The ultimate turn-up song of 1999: ladies, leave your man at home.

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"Bills, Bills, Bills"

This music video outlines the necessary steps toward becoming an independent woman. Most important? Not relying on a man for anything, much less your telephone bills.

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"Independent Women, Pt. 1"

Who run the world? Girls.

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"Say My Name"

When Beyoncé reunited with Destiny's Child for a surprise performance together last year during Coachella, it was this song that really caused every nostalgic '90s-lover to lose their minds.

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"Survivor" feat. Da Brat

The ultimate in empowering songs when you're feelin' your damn self, and what's sexier than that?

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This 2001 anthem is one of the hottest songs of the early '00s. Not to mention, the girl group's body-positive message was totally ahead of the times — it would be years before the Kardashian sisters would become famous for their curvaceous backsides.