Before we go any further, let’s be honest: All of these wheels are starting to turn because “Bey season” is rapidly approaching. Can we agree on that?
Last Thursday, we told you that a compilation Destiny’s Child album will be released on January 29th featuring past DC love songs between 1997-2004 and a song that was never featured on any album. It didn’t take long for the record label to let the world hear that new track.
“Nuclear” was released on the Destiny’s Child Vevo site (on YouTube) Friday and the internet was immediately buzzing. The song was co-written by James Fauntleroy, Lonny Bereal and DC member Michelle, produced by Pharrell Williams and Beyonce and Kelly are on the main vocals.
If you are a Destiny’s Child fan and were expecting another hard hitting, uptempo song from the trio, you might feel a little slighted with this one. “Nuclear” is a very low-key track that sounds like it could have been written back in the 90s. It has more of a sit down, close your eyes and vibe type of song – there’s no “big” moment in the song. If that’s more your speed, you’ll love it.
The word on the Super Bowl streets is that Destiny’s Child will reunite during Beyonce’s halftime performance with Bey debuting her new solo single. Should be exciting!
Check out the song below. What do you think?