NEW YORK – Beyonce Knowles will celebrate her 25th birthday with the release of "B'Day," her second solo album.
The album will be released internationally on her birthday, Sept. 4, and in the United States on Sept. 5, Columbia Records announced recently.
"B'Day" has all new music co-produced, written and arranged by Knowles, the record label said. The first single, "Deja Vu," features Knowles' boyfriend, rap mogul Jay-Z, as a guest artist.
Knowles, who fronted R&B girl group Destiny's Child, won five Grammy Awards for her top-selling solo debut, 2003's "Dangerously in Love."
She stars opposite Jamie Foxx and Eddie Murphy in the Hollywood adaptation of the Broadway musical "Dreamgirls," slated for release Dec. 25. Her screen credits also include roles in the comedies "The Pink Panther" and "Austin Powers in Goldmember."