Beyonce and Jay-Z have fuelled rumours they will be marking the 10th anniversary of their smash hit collaboration '03 Bonnie & Clyde' after a photo of them in the studio together has surfaced online.
The hip-hop power couple first teamed up musically together on the track which was released in 2003 around the time they began dating before going public with their relationship with their next collaboration 'Crazy In Love' a year later.
Beyonce and Jay-Z have been creating magic in the studio together again (Wenzelberg/Splash News)
It appears fans can either expect a fresh collaboration between the pair, or that Jay-Z is contributing to Beyonce's upcoming fifth studio album, which is expected for release in Spring 2013.
Timbaland protege, writer and artist Jo'zzy shared a photo on Instagram of Jay and Bey sitting next to each other in the studio, pouring over some notes with a large glass of red wine, prompting fans to speculate about a 'Bonnie & Clyde' follow-up.
"THIS IS WHO I’M LOOKING AT RIGHT NOW! JAY Z AND BEYONCE #BLESSED TO BE HERE," a caption along with the photo.
However, Jo'zzy was forced to delete the photo after being inundated with messages from eager fans wanting to know more about what the couple have in store.
Beyonce has been cooped up in the studio over the last month laying down tracks for the follow-up to 2011's 4, drafting in several producers including Kanye West and R&B star Miguel to lend their talents to the record.
It is believed Beyonce will be premiering her new music in February when she will be performing during the Super Bowl halftime.
In addition to the show and her new album, the 'Single Ladies' hitmaker will be giving fans an insight into the last year which saw her become a mother for the first time to daughter Blue Ivy.
Listen to Jay-Z and Beyonce's '03 Bonnie & Clyde' below...
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