That same year, Destiny's Child recorded their major label debut song, "Killing Time", for the soundtrack to the 1997 film, Men in Black.The following year, the group released their self-titled debut album, spawning hits such as "No, No, No".
She is the daughter of Doris Rowland Garrison and Christopher Lovett.
When she was seven, her mother took her and left her father, who was an abusive alcoholic. Rowland was placed into a rapping and dancing group, along with friends Beyonc Knowles and La Tavia Roberson.
Rehearsing in Tina Knowles' hair styling salon and their backyards, the group continued performing as an opening act for other established R&B girl groups of the time.
They auditioned before record labels and were finally signed to Elektra Records, only to be dropped months later, before they could release an album.
The song resulted into their 2010 joint single "Commander".
This was Rowland's third number-one hit on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart and first offering from her third album Here I Am.
The Writing's on the Wall sold more than 13 million copies worldwide, essentially becoming their breakthrough album.
Destiny's Child performing their 2000 hit "Say My Name" during their farewell concert tour, Destiny Fulfilled ... Along with their commercial successes, the group became entangled in much-publicized turmoil involving the filing of a lawsuit by Luckett and Roberson for breach of contract.
Rowland began her solo career in 2002 with the release of her debut album Simply Deep, which contained influences of alternative-R&B and rock music.
It included her joint worldwide number-one single "Dilemma" with rapper Nelly, as well as subsequent international single "Stole", "Can't Nobody" and "Train on a Track".
Following the group's disbandment in 2005, Rowland released her second solo album Ms. Considerably less successful than its predecessor, the album produced the international hit "Like This" and "Work".