She’s about to reissue her B’Day album with the addition of half a dozen songs in Spanish.

The idea for the album was born with a song her group, Destiny’s Child, recorded with Spanish pop singer Alejandro Sanz four years ago.

“A lot of my Latin fans said ‘Oh, you should do more songs in Spanish,'” Beyoncé said during a recent press conference in her hometown of Houston.

She took them to heart, recording Spanish versions of hits like “Irreplaceable” and “Listen” from the film “Dream Girls.”

The album comes in the midst of Beyoncé’s world tour. Next week, she is scheduled to perform concerts in Japan, followed by dates in Australia and a European tour that runs April 30 – June 10.

Then, it’s a show at the in Now Orleans on July 6. A full-blown, 35-date North American arena tour starts the next night in Memphis, Tenn.