Columbia Chairman Says New Beyonce Album Could Drop In 2014
You can already hear the BEYhive buzzing with this news. Columbia Records chairman Rob Stringer recently stated, as he outlined the label’s 2014 schedule, that “At some point, Beyoncé will put a record out, and when she does, it will be monumental.” After being hit with a number of unofficial singles like “Bow Down/I Been On,” her track to her H&M summer ad campaign “Standing on the Sun”, followed by Pepsi’s “Grown Women”, and her most recent ballad, “God Made You Beautiful”, which he wrote for daughter Blue Stan’s eagerly have waited all year for more info on the her 5th solo studio album.
In her interview with GQ, earlier the year the mega-star told the magazine how she had been working with Justin Timberlake, Pharrell, Timbaland and The-Dream on her upcoming project and how she wanted to bring back that 90’s feel.
During a interview with Billboard where Ne-Yo told the magazine they were still putting stuff together for the album and still trying to figure out what “they want that to be”.
The music magazine also reported how:
Beyonce has been hard at work on her fifth album ever since secret songwriting sessions began last summer in the Hamptons, where writers and producers like Ryan Tedder, The-Dream, Greg Kurstin, Sia and others stayed for over a week to write and collaborate on potential tracks.
As we wait for more information on the anticipated upcoming album, one thing we do know for sure is that it will be “monumental”.