Beyonce will release second solo album in February. It'll consist of tracks left off her current smash ''Dangerously in Love''

By Gary Susman
September 18, 2003 at 04:00 AM EDT

It’s been only three months since Beyoncé Knowles released her solo debut, ”Dangerously in Love,” but she’s already planning a second solo release in February. The album will consist of tracks she left off ”Dangerously,” Billboard reports.

Prompting the decision to release her outtakes is the public’s apparently insatiable desire for all things Beyoncé. Her second movie, ”The Fighting Temptations,” comes out on Friday, and the hit single from that movie, ”Summertime,” is one of the unused ”Dangerously” tracks. Meanwhile, ”Dangerously” remains in the top five on the Billboard album chart, and its track ”Baby Boy” is climbing the singles chart.

Before her CD comes out, Knowles will finally reunite with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams in the studio in January to record a new Destiny’s Child album, the first since 2001’s ”Survivor.” ”I want us to work together from the very start on every song because everybody has grown so much,” she told Reuters earlier this week. ”It’s been a couple of years. I know the sound is going to mature and be a little different. We have to figure it out.”