Destiny’s Child – Nuclear (Produced By Pharrell Williams) [Listen]

Destiny’s Child – Nuclear (Produced By Pharrell Williams) [Listen]
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As we patiently await the arrival of their Love Songs compilation album– scheduled to drop on January 29– here is thenewest track from Destiny’s Child, titled “Nuclear!”

Produced by Pharrell, this joint will be performed at this year’s Superbowl Halftime Show!

Listen to ‘Nuclear’ below & place your pre-orders for Love Songs here!

Max G. | Elite. 

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