Over the weekend, a photo popped up on social media that would indicate that the R&B singer has another full-length record coming on Friday, November 14. As Vulture points out, a two of the “new” songs, “Donk” and “Cherry,” were recently registered at ASCAP. Dubbed “Beyonce Volume 2,” the new album would feature 10 new tracks and a remix of “Flawless” featuring Nicki Minaj.
The picture making the rounds appears to be a standard music industry one sheet with basic info like label, street dates and tracklistings. Many have been quick to point out that the release date for the deluxe version, which features both Beyonce albums and 3 DVDs, is wrong – November 25 is a Tuesday, not a Monday.
But whether a physical addition hits shelves on a Monday or Tuesday, doesn’t really matter anymore. As she demonstrated last December with the surprise release of “Beyonce,” any day something new comes out stands to be an event. The wrong date would just be a minor typo made by someone at the label, who’s mistake was quickly blasted out and debated on the internet.
If it does ring true, it would be Beyonce’s second release in less than a year. She recently spent the summer on the road with her husband Jay Z, for their co-headlining “On the Run” tour – they concluded in Paris this past September, which became aconcert film for HBO.