Despite what some may think, Beyonce's second solo album "B'Day" still remains on schedule for its release on September 5. Her father and manager, Matthew Knowles, has dismissed rumors that his daughter wanted to delay her album release so she could have more time to work on it.
According to the Washington Post, rumors had also been surfacing that there was some kind of conflict between Beyonce and fellow R&B singer Rhianna. Furthermore, there were reports Beyonce had released her single "Deja Vu" to compete with former Destiny's Child band member, LeToya Luckett's self-titled debut album. LeToya's album debuted at No.1 on the Billboard Charts earlier this month.
However, Knowles denies all claims.
In a statement he said, "It is apparent that there is a consistent plan by some to create chaos around Beyonce's 'B'Day album release. Unfortunately what it shows is that anyone can go on the Internet and create rumors and the media in some cases will pick up these stories and run with them which influence the consumer's perception."
"Our plan is to have three singles on the charts together," he added.
"Rather than concern ourselves with purely chart positioning we are focusing on the combined audiences who are listening and are aware of the singles on the album."
Beyonce's second single "Ring The Alarm" is already playing on radio stations nationwide.