Beyoncé and Destiny Child former manager’s partner release tell all book
May 22, 2014
After years of seclusion and silence, the former co-manager and partner of Andretta Tillman, finally speaks up and not only sets the record straight, but reveals some very telling accounts of what really went on behind the scenes during the creation of Destiny Child.
In 1997, a female group burst on the scene and catapulted into one of the most successful female groups of all time. For years the picture had been painted of how Mathew Knowles drove Destiny’s Child to achieve phenomenal success. However, after years of seclusion and silence, the former co-manager and partner of Andretta Tillman, finally speaks up and not only sets the record straight, but reveals some very telling accounts of what really went on behind the scenes during the creation of Destiny Child.
In his long-overdue book, Brian K. Moore, tells an unforgettable and heart-wrenching story of one woman’s journey that inspired a group of young girls to achieve fortune and fame. He writes a compelling and detailed exposé of how Andretta Tillman created and managed the group until her death in 1997.
The author details how it was Tillman not Knowles that was the driving force in securing both the Elektra and Columbia/Sony record deals. Brian K. Moore details how Knowles maneuvered his way on the management team, and answers the questions many fans have been asking over the years, while divulging never before known fact about Destiny Child creation.
The Making of a Child of Destiny is one of hope, faith, and triumph, and a testament of what can be overcome and achieved when one dares to dream.
Brian K. Moore served as co-manager of Tillman management, alone side Andretta Tillman, as they developed the careers of super girls group Destiny Child. Moore later joined Tillman and Mathews Knowles in the forming of Music World Entertainment. Moore remained with Music World until Tillman’s untimely death in 1997.
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