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Audio of Beyonce Knowles' New Song 'Stop Sign'

September 12, 2008, 4:03 am GMT

Strongly presumed to be listed in her upcoming third studio effort, a left-over song called 'Stop Sign' from Beyonce Knowles' 'B'Day' has been unveiled.

Beyonce Knowles

A new song from Beyonce Knowles called "Stop Sign" has surfaced. The ballad song is a left-over from her sophomore studio effort "B'Day" and assumed to appear in her upcoming major studio album.

Furthermore, to get the album in a perfect shape, Beyonce has reportedly signed powerhouse producer Timbaland to help her cooking the new materials. While Justin Timberlake will make a guest appearance with her in one of her new tunes, other big singers, including Pharrell Williams and Kanye West are also expected to either collaborating with her or producing a few songs.

Beyonce's upcoming album is reportedly called either "Virtuoso Intellect" or "B'Ware". Fans will get first glimpses from the album through singles "If I Were a Boy" and "Single Ladies", which will be released on October 7. Meanwhile, her full album, which is described as "her most personal, reflective and revelatory collection to-date" is slated for purchase on November 18 under the courtesy of Columbia Records.



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