There's a rumour that Honey Dijon has been producing for Beyoncé, according to sources on Twitter.
Journalist Gregory Ellwood claims that Honey Dijon has helped Beyoncé make two house tracks, and there will be "at least one video".
Ellwood wrote on Twitter: “Oh, and some late-night tea… Heard Honey Dijon produced two of the tracks on Beyoncé’s new album. At least one video in the works. No idea about the actual sound… but holding out for a Beyonce house music era.”
Oh, and some late-night tea...— Gregory Ellwood - Oscars - The Playlist (@TheGregoryE) March 20, 2022
heard Honey Dijon produced two of the tracks on Beyonce's new album. at least one video in the works. no idea about the actual sound.
...but holding out for a Beyonce house music era.
According to journalist Gregory Ellingson, Beyoncé worked with House Music producer Honey Dijon on her new album.— Pop Tingz (@ThePopTingzz) March 21, 2022
Beyoncé is also said to be working on a music video for one of the 2 tracks recorded with the production company. pic.twitter.com/giupnSchWX
21ninety reported that Ellwood was the one to reveal rumours about Beyoncé’s “Be Alive” feature as a part of the King Richard movie.
Beyoncé confirmed in an interview with Harper's Bazaar last year that new music is indeed on the way, while Music Week reported that Bey's label Sony has confirmed that the singer will be releasing new music in the first part of 2022.
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Meanwhile, Honey Dijon is preparing to release her next album 'Black Girl Magic', some of which she teased last week.
This alleged move from Beyoncé to house music wouldn't be the first time mainstream pop, R&B or hip hop crossed paths with dance music.
Nicki Minaj sampled Maya Jane Coles on ‘Truffle Butter' in 2014 and both Dua Lipa and Lady Gaga have enlisted the help of some of dance music's finest to produce their tracks.
We guess Beyoncé and Honey Dijon fans will have to wait to see if there will truly be two new house music tracks from the worldwide superstar and dance music legend.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter