- Beyoncé surprised fans by releasing two country singles 16 Carriages and Texas Hold ’Em during the Super Bowl, sparking a social media frenzy
- Social media users praised her versatility, with many believing she could dominate the country music charts
- Fans and critics alike shared mixed reactions, with some anticipating fiercer competition in the genre
Legendary musician Beyoncé Knowles Carter had the streets buzzing when she dropped two hit singles during the Super Bowl. The star's name charted social media trends following the release.
Beyoncé trends after releasing two singles
Music lovers were in for a special treat this past weekend as they got to experience Usher Raymond's historic performance at the Super Bowl. Their favourite, Beyoncé surprised them with two country singles.
Social media has been on fire with mixed reactions from fans and followers sharing thoughts about Beyoncé's surprise drop. Many have been sharing rave reviews about the songs.
Fans react to Beyoncé's new songs
Social media users are feeling Queen Bey's Texas Hold ’Em and 16 Carriages. Many said the versatile star nailed the country music and should release more tracks.
"White country artists now that Beyoncé is coming for their crowns."
"They better sharpen their cowboy boots and tune their guitars. Beyoncé stepping into country music means it's about to get a whole lot fiercer on those charts."
"I think most people(at least most of my fav country artists) would embrace her. Besides with Taylor not dropping her debut tv anytime soon her only competition for domination on the country charts would be Morgan "
"Megan debuted at number 1 with a pure rap song, Usher finally got his well-deserved Super Bowl performance, Beyoncé released two country singles and coming out with long-awaited act ii cmoan black history month!!!!"
"it’s giving song of the year "
Beyoncé donates money to a Nigerian-owned restaurant
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Beyoncé chose a renowned Nigerian-owned restaurant in North London, as one of 10 winners to receive a prize.
A Nigerian-owned restaurant, Chuku's, located in Tottenham, was selected to receive N7 million by Beyoncé's foundation.
Emeka Frederick, co-founder of Chuku's, couldn't help but express his happiness over the donation.