Ne-Yo talks about another potential 'Irreplaceable' track in the making with his new collaboration with Beyonce on her 2013 album.
On top of his very busy week of live performances, R'n'B star Ne-Yo has another huge project on his hand. The singer/songwriter has confirmed to MTV that he's currently working on material for Beyonce Knowles' upcoming album slated to come out in 2013. He added that the collaboration might turn up another "Irreplaceable" hit track. The two artists co-wrote the 2006 hit single and it went on to become a fan favorite.
Ne-Yo, who recently performed at the Grammy Nominations Concert and made his first appearance last week on "Saturday Night Live", is also working overtime on the new material. He said that he wanted to be able to give fans what they had been waiting for six years since "Irreplaceable" launched into the top of the charts. "Who knows? Maybe we'll get another 'Irreplaceable' out of the batch. You never know," added the "Let Me Love You ((Until You Learn to Love Yourself))" hitmaker.
Beyonce's fifth studio set is already shaping to be one of 2013's most anticipated and huge releases. The star-studded set includes collaborations with big music artists such as Jay-Z, Miguel, The-Dream, and Kanye West. There is exact release date of the much-hyped album just yet.
Earlier this month, The-Dream revealed that Beyonce would "definitely" release new music before her Super Bowl performance on February 2013. The record producer, who is also one of the Queen B's frequent collaborators, added, "She's already gearing up to get ready to put stuff out. I'm sure there will probably be a couple records you hear before the Super Bowl gets here."