Beyonce Knowles is reportedly planning to start work on two new albums this year, and has been meeting with Ryan Tedder, who she worked with on 'Halo'.
Beyonce Knowles is reportedly planning to start work on two new albums.
The 'Love on Top' singer only gave birth to her first daughter Blue Ivy Carter last month but is already said to be thinking about her music career and planning the follow up to '4', released last year.
producer Ryan Tedder - who co-wrote Beyonce's hit 'Halo' - told Theboombox.com: "The conversations about her next album literally just started and there are two projects happening.
"All I can say is you kind of feed her the best that you have and she's this phenomenal filter and she takes it all in."
OneRepublic frontman Ryan added the 30-year-old singer is being as forward thinking as ever, and planning what will sound good next year.
He added: "She's not interested in 2012, she's interested in what's going to sound good for 2013."
One of the projects could prospectively be the soundtrack to Clint Eastwood's planned remake of 1954 film 'A Star Is Born', about a young starlet helped by an ageing movie star, in which Beyonce is lined up for the female lead role.