An alleged screenshot of a "Release Confirmation" from Columbia Records and Beyonce's Parkwood Entertainment has hit the web, claiming that Beyonce: Volume 2 will show up on Nov. 14.
The purported release shows 11 tracks that feature a slew of big-name musicians. Nicki Minaj on "Donk" (and presumably the "Flawless" remix), Rihanna on "Cherry" (Billboard reports this might be a "Blow" remix) and Justin Timberlake in "Renouncement" are among those mentioned in the track listing.
Mrs. Carter seems to be taking after Timberlake in that he too released a two-part album within a year (The 20/20 Experience and The 20/20 Experience, 2 of 2).
According to reports, Beyonce: The Complete Edition will go on sale along with Volume 2 on Nov. 14, with a four-disc physical edition in stores on Nov. 25. The four-disc edition is also said to feature the Mrs. Carter Tour DVD and On the Run Tour DVD. Note, in the alleged "Release Confirmation," it has Nov. 25 falling on a Monday. Nov. 25, 2014 is actually on a Tuesday.
The Queen B dropped her first secret album in December 2013 (complete with pre-produced music videos) and topped the Billboard 2000 with 617,000 copies sold in three days. After 10 days, she'd sold nearly a million copies -- 991,000 to be exact -- making the album one of the biggest sellers in 2013.
If she is set to release a second album, could it top Taylor Swift's 1989? After all, Swift's on track to sell more than 1.3 million in the album's first week of release.