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January 11, 2013

Destiny’s Child: Exclusive Details On Group’s Reunion Music

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Destiny’s Child is releasing a new compilation, “Love Songs”—a collection of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams’ most sensual and romantic recordings throughout the years.

In addition to including songs like “Cater 2 U” from 2004′s “Destiny Fulfilled,” “Brown Eyes” from 2001′s “Survivor,” and “Now That She’s Gone” from 1999′s “The Writing’s On The Wall,” the 14-track compilation also includes a new song, “Nuclear” that was produced by Pharrell Williams and co-written by Michelle Williams, James Fauntleroy and Lonny Bereal.

The new track “Nuclear” has further fueled speculation that the group will reunite when Beyoncé performs for half-time show at “Super Bowl XLVII” on Feb. 3.

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Though “Love Songs”—which drops Jan. 29—only features one new song from DC3, AlwaysAList.com has learned that the group has recorded several additional tracks that will be used on each respective member’s solo release.

Destiny’s Child recorded a new song that one industry insider described as “hot” for Rowland’s forthcoming solo CD, “Year of the Woman.”

The trio also recorded a new gospel song for Williams’ third inspirational CD that will bow on Light Records later this year.

Lastly, a fourth original tune will be included on Beyoncé’s fifth solo release tentatively slated to be released this summer.

Could a full Destiny’s Child reunion CD be in the near future? Have the recent recording sessions inspired the trio to possibly tour together? I guess only time will tell! However, AlwaysAList.com believes—pun intended—”the writing’s on the wall.”

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LISTEN: Hear the new Destiny’s Child song “Nuclear” below.






One comment on “Destiny’s Child: Exclusive Details On Group’s Reunion Music

  1. Nigeria on said:

    My girls are AWESOME!!!

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