The hand-written list features collabos with Ne-Yo, Lady Gaga and Azealia Banks.
Beyoncé knows how to keep 'em guessing.
A leaked track list for Bey's upcoming album hit the Internet yesterday, providing an insight into the highly-anticipated record. Trouble is, it might be a fake.
The hand-written note, featuring 11 songs, promises collaborations with Ne-Yo, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Azealia Banks and Rihanna. Some of the collabos had previously been confirmed by Bey's team (they verified Ne-Yo and Timberlake were working on tracks), but remain silent on the authenticity of the track list.
While Ne-Yo admitted even he wasn't sure whether the list is real or fake, he did admit he was pleased to see he snagged two tracks ("More Than Sex" and one additional) on it. "I saw that Beyoncé's track listing just leaked and I've got a couple of joints on there, which is good news. I'm very happy about that," he says to Digital Spy. "I don't know, I mean you never really can tell until the album comes out."
For now, fans can't do much besides wait on official word from Team Beyoncé, or start working on handwriting analysis.
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