Thursday, November 1, 2007

"Beyonce making plans for Dancefloor-oriented album"

from - by Alex Fletcher
Beyoncé is planning to switch musical direction on her third solo album.

The singer is reportedly prepared to ditch her usual heavy R'n'B for a more dancefloor-orientated LP.

The former Destiny's Child star has hired Brighton dance act Freemasons to work on some tracks for the record.

Freemasons' James Wiltshire told the Daily Star: "The album is going to be huge.

"It will rival anything the likes of Britney and Rihanna have done recently. Beyoncé and her team can see where mistakes were made on the last album.

"It was very American, very R'n'B and stripped back. They want to go for a more international sound this time."

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