Beyoncé’s father, Matthew Knowles, says that two Destiny's Child albums featuring new material will be released this autumn.
Knowles told the Huffington Post that the band are still under contract with Sony, Music World Entertainment and two new releases are due this November.
"We still have our joint venture with Sony and in November we're putting out two Destiny's Child catalogue records with new material. So we're going to start doing strategic things like that," he said.
Knowles clarified that the group are not going into the studio together and explained that the compilations will feature tracks recorded when the trio were still together.
"It's all released material, with some previously unreleased material," he said adding that it was unlikely that Beyoncé and her band mates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, would tour in support of the albums.
"Not on the first release," he said. "It takes a year of planning to do these tours, but first it starts with the artist wanting to do it.
"I think the ladies are still working happily in their solo careers. I hope in the next five years that there is a reunion tour. I think it would be incredible.
"The hardest thing would be choosing which songs they're going to do, because we would want to mix it up with solo hits and Destiny's Child hits. We would have to throw away some number ones from off the set list." he joked.
Destiny's Child last performed together at the NBA All Star Game in 2006, before separating to pursue solo music, acting and presenting careers. The group's last full album release was 2004's Destiny Fulfilled.