Beyonce’s Double-Disc Album Details Revealed

Beyonce fans will see a new side of the R&B star with the release of her new studio album on November 18.

The singer’s latest will be a double-disc set, according to Entertainment Weekly. But fans could be getting more than just Beyonce on the 17-track release.

While the ballad-oriented first disc will be reportedly titled “I Am… Beyonce,” the dancefloor-ready second disc is reportedly rumored to be titled “I Am… Sasha,” after the singer’s on-stage alter ego.


And a new Web site, WhoIsSashaFierce.com, is asking fans to call in if they think they know Sasha’s identity for the chance to win a $500 grand prize and a personal message from Sasha – whoever she may be.

Beyonce isn’t the first to face off against herself on an album – T.I. tried a similar tactic on 2007’s “T.I. Vs. T.I.P.”

Her new CD, the follow-up to 2006’s “B’Day,” will also be offered as a single-disc version priced $4 or $5 less than the double disc, according to Entertainment Weekly. The star recorded over 70 tracks for the album, telling fans on her MySpace page, “I have taken the time so I can create my sound. I have poured my heart and soul into it. It is my baby.”

She will also reportedly be releasing a video disc in February with clips for every song along with a Spanish-language version of the album – not to mention a 110-date world tour that’s set to launch in April.

Below, the reported track list for Beyonce’s double-disc set.

Disc One

“If I Were a Boy”
Producer: Toby Gad

“Halo”
Ryan Tedder

“Disappear”
Amanda Ghost, Dave McCracken, and Ian Dench

“Broken-Hearted Girl”
Stargate

“Ave Maria”
Stargate

“Smash Into You”
C. “Tricky” Stewart and Terius “TheDream” Nash

“Satellites”
Amanda Ghost, Dave McCracken, and Ian Dench

“That’s Why You’re Beautiful”
Andrew Hey

Disc Two

“Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)”
Christopher Stewart, Terius Nash, and Thadius Harrell

“Radio”
Jim Jonsin, D-Town, and Rico Love

“Diva”
Shondrae “Mr. Bangladesh” Crawford and Sean “The Pen” Garret

“Sweet Dreams”
Jim Jonsin, Wayne Wilkins, and Rico Love

“Video Phone”
Shondrae “Mr. Bangladesh” Crawford and Sean “The Pen” Garret

“Hello”
REO

“Ego”
Elvis “BlacElvis” Williams and Harold Lilly

“Scared of Lonely”
Rodney Jerkins

“Why Don’t You Love Me”
Collaboration with the Bama Boyz and Solange

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