In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Destiny’s Child used Digital Sans (a version of Sol) as their primary typeface. It appears on the cover of their second studio album, The Writing’s on the Wall (1999) as well as on various related releases.
For the third single “Say My Name” from October 1999, it was paired with another, rather obscure typeface. Like Digital Sans, it’s a monolinear sans of light weight, and has a similar s with three horizontal segments. While Digital Sans is built around a square, this other typeface has circular forms for a b c d e g o p q. Its name is Dana Line, designed by Doug Olena and released on his Keystrokes label in 1997. It’s now available as part of the Fonts For Design Art Deco Collection.
In 2021, Rolling Stone placed the song at number 285 on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.