Nobody move (Picture: Reuters/Rex)
New Beyoncé music could be on the way, and absolutely nobody is calm about it.
Beyoncé’s last full-length studio album was Lemonade, released in 2016 and, although she has released other musical projects since then, fans have been dying for a new Beyoncé era.
Now, thanks to an ATRL insider, the Beyhive have reason to hope.
Beyonceupdtaes on Twitter shared a post from an ATRL Insider, which claimed there’s a massive production of CDs and vinyls related to Beyoncé’s new album.
They are reportedly ‘colorful’ and coming very soon.
Not wanting to get anyone’s hopes up, they wrote: ‘So apparently a record label is upset that I gave away a secret so I am putting a disclaimer on my posts now saying “Might or might not happen.”‘
Is new music from Beyoncé? on the way? (Picture: Twitter/@beyonceupdtaes)
However, they went on to say Queen Bey could be coming ‘before Christmas,’ which would surely be the greatest gift.
They continued to say in the vinyl thread that ‘production on her physicals is really ramping up’ and there have been ‘a lot of formats in production.’
Naturally, the rumours sent fans into a frenzy, as hundreds of Twitter users turned on caps lock to let the world know they are ‘SO READY’ for this new project.
‘If this is true I am truly going to be broke this Christmas,’ one fan wrote.
‘A fun, carefree Beyoncé album is what I’ve been begging for omg please be true,’ said another.
However, fans are wary of believing everything they read after having their hopes for new music crushed one too many times before.
Our ears are ready to be blessed, Beyoncé (Picture: WireImage/Max Cisotti)
One wrote: ‘The fact that I can’t even celebrate this cause I know when it come to bey I have to hear it from her herself,’ while another admitted: ‘Keeping my expectations horrendously low.’
The speculation follows the Formation hitmaker’s interview with Harper’s Bazaar, where she revealed she’s spent a lot of time in the studio over the pandemic.
‘With all the isolation and injustice over the past year, I think we are all ready to escape, travel, love, and laugh again,’ she said.
‘I feel a renaissance emerging, and I want to be part of nurturing that escape in any way possible. I’ve been in the studio for a year and a half.’
Beyoncé’s last proper solo song in over a year was Be Alive, which appears on the soundtrack to the Will Smith movie, King Richard.
The powerful ballad was her first release since 2020’s Black Parade, a charity single that serves as a celebration of Black culture and the support of Black activism.
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Proceeds from the track benefit BeyGOOD’s Black Business Impact Fund, which has since donated a total of $7.15 million to 715 Black-owned small businesses in need.
Who knows what the icon has up her sleeve, but we’ll be there for the first listen whenever something drops.
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