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April 23, 2008 (6:20 am) GMT
Beyonce Knowles' sister Solange Knowles has added more details for her upcoming new album to be titled "Sol-Angel and the Hardley St. Dreams".
Solange Knowles

Following the news of her new album's release, has now added more details about it. The sophomore album will be titled "" and planned to be released on August 26.

The ' sister has also revealed the tracks for the new album, which are "I Decided", "Cosmic Journey", "Wanna Go Back", "Same Song, Different Man", "ChampagneChronicNightcap", "Ode to Marvin", "What's Going On", "T.O.N.Y.", "Sandcastle Disco" and "Would've Been The One". In the tracks, Solange was working with lots of different musicians such as, on "Same Song, Different Man" and with on "ChampaneChronicNightcap". Other famous names that also worked with her on the album were, , , Bilal and many more.

Previously some songs from the album have been leaked on the Internet, they were "ChampaneChronicNightcap" and "Sandcastle Disco". Meanwhile, "I Decided", is picked to be the first single and has been posted on her MySpace page.

"Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams" will be the singer's second album after her debut album "" which was released on January 21, 2003. It reached the #23 Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and sold about 112,000 copies in U.S.

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