Beyonce announces new country album, drops two songs during Super Bowl 2024

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Beyoncé announced Sunday that she will release the highly anticipated second act of her critically acclaimed “Renaissance” album on March 29.

The music superstar also dropped two new songs from the 16-track country project, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and the orchestral “16 Carriage,” on streaming services during the 2024 Super Bowl, which she performed with her husband, Jay. Z, and their two daughters, 12-year-old Blue Ivy and 6-year-old Rumi. (Rumi’s twin brother, Sir, was not seen joining the family in Las Vegas.)

This is Beyoncé’s second foray into country music, following “Daddy Lessons” from her 2016 album, “Lemonade.”

Queen Bey, 42, posted a western-themed teaser video for her upcoming LP on Instagram, along with cover artwork for her dual lead singles.

The news comes after Beyoncé appeared in a Verizon commercial about breaking the internet during the NFL championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers.


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In the ad, the “Crazy in Love” singer recreated the “Hold Up” music video from her “Lemonade” visual album, played saxophone while teasing “Surprise Drop” and even channeled her inner Barbie — or Bar-Ben.

Fans have been eagerly anticipating “Act II” since Beyoncé teased in July 2022 that her three-part era is on the way.

The former Destiny’s Child member kicked off an ambitious album cycle with the dance-driven “Renaissance,” which she followed with an exciting world tour and concert film.

The first act, which included the hit singles “Break My Soul” and “Cough It”, earned four Grammys and Beyoncé became the most awarded performer in the show’s history with 32 career wins.

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