Parlez Vous Francaise? As Popular Barbadian group gear for France, NexCyx Gifts Fans An Eternal Summer with New Single

Five-member Barbadian band, NexCyx, is readying the release of their newest single, “Eternal Summer.” The upbeat, island-influenced track comes to fans just after the band closed a successful season of Mahalia’s Corner and opened for world-renowned musical act, Air Supply, last week.

“We are eager to share this song with our fans in Barbados and beyond, who have been requesting a new track from NexCyx,” said André, musical director.

André, producer of "Eternal Summer," noted that it borrows from traditional Barbadian tuk rhythms and popular folk tune, "John Belly Mama."

André, producer of “Eternal Summer,” noted that it borrows from traditional Barbadian tuk rhythms and popular folk tune, “John Belly Mama.”

Our drummer, Chadd, played a major role in the instrumentation, including rhythms that speak to our musical heritage. We diverted slightly from the traditional approach to dance tunes and we think our fans will love it,” said André.

Frontwoman, Mahalia, also lends her rap skills to the track, a delivery reminiscent of their cover of Maroon 5’s “Moves Like Jagger,” which landed the band a top prize on

Eternal Summer” was mixed by Grammy-nominated engineer, Richard Furch, whose credits include Chaka Khan, Prince and Whitney Houston. Reuben Cohen, whose professional resume includes B.o.B., Snoop Dogg and the Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack, mastered the single. “Eternal Summer” was written by Mahalia and jointly recorded at Area51NYC in New York and CMI in Barbados.

It impacts radio beginning May 29 and will be NexCyx’ flagship track during the coming quarter as they head to Cognac, France for a Summer performance.

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