Beyoncé Drops Highly Anticipated Album ‘Act II: Cowboy Carter’, BeyHive Gives Rave Reviews

Beyoncé Drops Highly Anticipated Album ‘Act II: Cowboy Carter’, BeyHive Gives Rave Reviews

  • Famous American singer Beyoncé Knowles-Carter dropped her eagerly-awaited album Act II: Cowboy Carter on Friday, 29 March
  • Her popular fanbase, known as the collective BeyHive, has inundated social media with applause for the Country album
  • A lot of the fans called the 27-track album a masterpiece as she not only paid homage to Country music but also fused rap and raunchy lyrics

It is a new music Friday as pop icon Beyoncé Knowles-Carter finally drops her album Act II: Cowboy Carter.

Beyoncé Knowles has dropped her highly anticipated album ‘Act II: Cowboy Carter’.
Beyoncé's ‘Act II: Cowboy Carter’ has received rave reviews from the BeyHive. Image: @beyonce
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Beyoncé drops 8th studio album

The countdown has finally ended. Music legend Beyoncé Knowles-Carter released her eagerly awaited album Act ii: Cowboy Carter on Friday, 29 March.

The country album features heavyweight music such as Dolly Parton, who gave her own interlude, Post Malone, who is featured in Levii's Jeans, and Miley Cyrus, who sang a duet with Beyonce on II Most Wanted.

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Her fans called the 27-track album a musical masterpiece as she not only explored Country music but also fused rap and raunchy lyrics to urban upbeat tunes.

Act II: Cowboy Cater: A 27-track masterpiece

The BeyHive stayed up all night to be the first to listen to the album and have given rave reviews.

@dbrent_:

"Do yall hear these stacked vocals on Alligator tears??! Yall favorite artist not doing this!"

@FvshionsWarrior:

"Live listening session adjourned. The verdict is in. It’s a hit. 10/10."

@carolinerenard_:

"Paul McCartney wrote Blackbird about a Black woman during the civil rights movement, so for Beyoncé to put the Black country girls on this specific song. I’m going to be so normal about my favourite song."

The story behind Cowboy Carter

10 days before the album debuted, Beyoncé Knowles posted a lengthy post where she explained that the country-inspired album was born from an unwelcoming experience.

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Brilliant minds from among the public pieced everything together and assumed that Beyoncé was referencing her 2016 performance at the Country Music Awards (CMAs.)

There, Beyoncé performed Daddy Lessons with a band named The Chicks. Outrage ensued, and people threatened to boycott the ceremony. This resulted in her performance being removed.

Beyoncé Donates N7m to a Nigerian-Owned Restaurant

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that American music icon Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, better known as Beyoncé, selected a renowned Nigerian-owned restaurant in North London as one of 10 recipients for her grant.

According to ITV News, the Black Parade Small Business Impact Luncheon was created by Beyoncé's BeyGood Foundation to honor people and communities.

The restaurant, known as Chuku's and situated in Tottenham, expressed gratitude toward the superstar and conveyed the challenges they faced in sustaining their business.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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