Beyoncé Has Reportedly Registered Six New Songs & The Beyhive Is Losing It
19 February 2018, 13:19 | Updated: 19 February 2018, 13:21
New music from Queen Bey could be closer than you think.
The latest rumour on the Beyhive grapevine has sent the fandom into minor meltdown as Beyoncé is rumoured to be dropping some brand new music.
Speculation kicked off on Twitter after a popular fan group, @BeyCollection, tweeted that Bey has supposedly registered six new songs on ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers).
The rumoured tracks, which would have been registered to secure the rights to each song, are titled as follows:
- 'Freak Daddy'
- 'Hold My Beer'
- 'This Love'
- 'My Song'
- 'Love Me Not'
News soon spread online, causing the R&B songstress's loyal legion of fans to get seriously hyped in the hopes of new music.
New Beyoncé tracks “Life”, “Freak Daddy”, “Hold My Beer”, “This Love”, “My Song”, and “Love Me Not” have been registered on ASCAP.— BEYONCÉ COLLECTION (@BeyCollection) 17 February 2018
Beyoncé has registered new songs to ASCAP!!!!!! DO YOU HEAR ME SCREAMING!!!!!! New Music is on its way— Nisha (@Nisha__x) 17 February 2018
She’s had the braids in for so long; we had to know this was coming. I’m ready... pic.twitter.com/rFyx7Bnqhc— BrilliantBad&Boujee (@LOfficielEbony) 17 February 2018
Hold my BEER already my shit!!!! pic.twitter.com/ojldCgfF2i— (@bertabae_) 17 February 2018
Actual footage of my wig being snatched by Beyoncé. pic.twitter.com/qQiKjtqhbv— HeyMyLoves, MakeItMakeSense, ILoveUsForReal (@Btchnotme) 17 February 2018
But before you get too excited, these are all just rumours at the moment. Beyoncé is yet to officially respond to the speculation.
Beyoncé's last album, 'Lemonade', was released in 2016 and spawned hits including 'Sorry', 'Formation', 'Hold Up' and 'Freedom'.