Beyonce may have released her eagerly-anticipated comeback single earlier this week, but reports now suggest that any plans of a follow-up album may be scrapped after the single had a less than impressive response.
When it comes to Bey, she can usually do no wrong, but fans seemed less than impressed when the star released a teaser of the new track 'Bow Down', which is now reportedly making some think that she should return to the studio to get things right.
MediaTakeOut.com reveal that there is “utter disarray in Beyoncé’s camp,” adding that “her album may not be released until “this fall," going against the singer's original plans to get the album out before she embarks on a world tour.
The website has said that the reason for the delay is down to “the two songs that were so far released (Nuclear w Kelly and Michelle, and Bow Down) have been panned as ‘flops’ by music industry insiders.”
The report adds, “No one thought that both records would fall flat. They were supposed to be her biggest two songs off the album."
They continued, “It’s back to the drawing board. More recording, until [they] get a great album.”
Beyonce's Album 'To Be Scrapped' After Negative 'Bow Down/I Been On' Comeback Response?
Beyonce had mixed reactions to her comeback track (Photo: WENN)
The snippet of the track was released earlier this week, with the full release said to be on April 11th.
Fans took to Twitter on Monday to voice their opinions on the comeback, with one user writing: "Sorry I'm not sorry that @beyonce is a trend-setter and doesn't sound like everyone else. It's about changing the game #beyhive."
But not everyone was pleased with the musical offerings and one fan tweeted: "how can u sing at the presidents inauguration then release this disgusting, offensive song @beyonce? I'm genuinely shocked." (sic)
Even radio 1 DJ Scott Mills joined the criticism, saying: "Is that Beyonce song a joke?"
Ouch! What do you think of Bey's musical comeback?
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