Beyonce of the super-star girl trio Destiny’s Child is planning to release a follow-up to her highly successful solo debut, Dangerously in Love.
The group were planning to drop another group LP, but first Beyonce plans to drop a sequel in March according to MTV News.
“I recorded about 45 songs for Dangerously in Love,” the singer said at the recent Vibe Awards. “I love so many songs, and they are just kind of going to waste sitting there.”
From the leftover tracks from the first album, Beyoncé included one song she did with P. Diddy (and later Ghostface Killah) called “Summertime,” on “The Fighting Temptations” soundtrack. She found fans and radio programmers eager for more.
In the meantime, Beyoncé is still promoting her first album. She shot a video last week for “Me, Myself and I,” the follow-up to the hit “Baby Boy.”
“The song is really powerful,” she said. “It talks about women basically listening to their inner voice and knowing that they will never disappoint themselves. And basically the video reflects that.”
Details of the concept are being kept under wraps, but Johan Renck (Kylie Minogue, Chris Cornell) directed. “He’s from Europe, and I love his whole approach,” Beyoncé said.
As for Destiny’s Child, the singer said her group plans to reunite in the studio early next year. Plus she hopes to make another movie soon. “There’s not anything in stone yet, but I am looking,” she said.