8 Days of Christmas is Destiny's Child's fourth studio and only Christmas album that was released on October 30, 2001 by Columbia Records.


  1. 8 Days Of Christmas
  2. Winter Paradise
  3. A DC Christmas Medley
  4. Silent Night (featuring Beyoncé)
  5. Little Drummer Boy (featuring Solange)
  6. Do You Hear What I Hear (featuring Kelly Rowland)
  7. White Christmas
  8. Platinum Bells
  9. O' Holy Night (featuring Michelle Williams)
  10. Spread A Little Love On Christmas Day
  11. This Christmas
  12. Opera Of The Bells

Chart Performance[]

"8 Days of Christmas" debuted at #59 on the Billboard 200 and eventually reached #34 on the chart.

It was certified gold by the RIAA, denoting shipments of 500,000 copies.

Critical Reception[]

"8 Days of Christmas" received generally mixed to positive reviews from critics.

Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic, gave the album 2.5 out 5 stars. In his review, he felt that it did not offer anything different from any other Christmas album, and that it had the same formula as every other Christmas album, making it very predictable.

Chris Willman of Entertainment Weekly gave the album a B+. He felt that the album had a rough start, stating that song lyrics such as, "a pair of Chloe shades and a diamond belly ring" were too materialistic, leaving a bad taste in your mouth, however, he stated that originals like "Winter Christmas", and "This Christmas" helped the album quickly recover.

People's Magazine gave the album a mixed review, stating that some songs of the album fell short, but despite that, there were a few gifts on the album, such as "Carol of the Bells". They came to conclusion that while it was good, it was not destined for success.

Alexa Camp of Slant Magazine gave the album 2.5 out of 5 stars. She said that the album sounded like a, "Survivor II: Winter Ghetto-chic," and that the album brought little justice to the original songs.