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Beyoncé Reportedly Working On A New Album With A Women’s Rights Theme

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It’s been three years since Beyoncé last released a solo studio album, and it seems she’s ready to release another soon.

The 37-year-old singer – who has kids Blue Ivy, seven, and 21-month-old twins Sir and Rumi with husband Jay Z – has reportedly been working on an album in secret and has already completed three “killer” tracks for the record.

A source told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: "Beyoncé is on a break right now, but she has secretly been working on an album and has completed three songs which are all about women supporting women and lifting each other up."

"They are fierce dancefloor fillers, which her fans will love."

As well as writing and recording her new album, Beyoncé is also set to voice the part of Nala in the computer-animated remake of Disney's 'The Lion King'.

Beyonce’s last project was in 2018 when she released a collaboration record with her husband, rapper Jay-Z, on the Grammy Award-winning album, Everything Is Love. The couple went under the name The Carters for the project. The album contained the hit song “Apes***,” where the shot the music video in The Louvre in Paris. The video has achieved over 162 million views within nine months on their official YouTube channel. The single peaked at No. 13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.



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