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28 February 2013, 15:11
The 'Single Ladies' writer says the US star's new album will give fans intimate access to her life.
The producer behind Beyonce's new album says the 'Countdown' singer's next record will showcase the US star as a more "regular" person than fans are used to.
The Dream, who has worked with Beyonce several times in the past, has been in the studio with the 'Love On Top' star working on her fifth studio offering, and says they just want to make "feel good" music together.
"There's no particular sound that I think we're shooting for, we're just trying to make music that feels good," The Dream told MTV News' RapFix Live. "If you seen the HBO thing, which was great, we had been talking about doing something that showcases who she is and what she wants because we see those figures that are so out of the stratosphere."
The writer, who worked with Beyonce on her massive worldwide hit 'Single Ladies', says despite public perception of the US star she's just a normal person and her new album will reflect this.
"She's just shooting to be regular and OK and not trying to appease everybody," he added. "You have to appease yourself and your soul for doing it. You're in front of everybody all day."
Check out a picture of Beyonce at the premiere of her HBO movie Life Is But A Dream:
This past week Beyonce has been enjoying some family time with husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy in New York, before rehearsals start to ramp up for her new world tour.
The 'Mrs. Carter Show' tickets went on sale in the UK last weekend, selling out in only ten minutes, and she begins the new tour in Birmingham on 26th April, after launching in Europe at the start of that month.