HomeENTERTAINMENTMUSICBeyoncé COULD release new album, Internet goes wild March 24, 2016 MUSIC There’s a huge amount of speculation swarming the Internet this morning as to whether diva Beyoncé could be on the cusp of releasing an eagerly anticipated album. The superstar, who released her last album in 2014, recently appeared at the Superbowl (watch the performance below) and continues to sweep the world off its feet. The catalyst for the notion of a sixth solo album was changes to the singer’s iTunes and Vevo pages – especially since the release of her latest single Formation in February and the world tour scheduled for this summer. The singer became a worldwide trending topic on Twitter overnight, a social network where she has over 14 million followers – despite only having tweeted EIGHT times, and has been absent from Twitter for nearly three years. The singer does, however, have almost 64 million followers and over 1000 posts on Instagram. Beyoncé waiting for us all to go to sleep so she can drop the album pic.twitter.com/QdOyNFFQ78 — Beyoncé Receipts (@beysusfacts) March 24, 2016 Beyoncé has also been creating positive waves across the world of late, as she cast a model with muscular dystrophy to promote her merchandise. With an April release date for her album, it’s expected that any material will be exclusive to Tidal – the music service owned by her husband, rapper Jay-Z. Especially after the success of her last album, which was self-titled and included hits like Drunk In Love and Partition, it’s expected that this album will be her best release to date. Queen Bey’s world tour will visit Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, Old Trafford and two nights at Wembley, with many shows sold out. Jessica Allen Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.