Written By : Leah De-Graft Takyi
Beyoncé has announced the much-anticipated second act of her RENAISSANCE trilogy is set to hit the airwaves on March 29. The announcement came with a visually stunning video on Instagram, perfectly timed with a Verizon commercial featuring the Queen herself.
Titled TEXAS HOLD 'EM, the lead track is a lively and upbeat masterpiece co-written and co-produced by the seasoned R&B artiste Raphael Saadiq. What's more, the song features the incredible banjo skills of Rhiannon Giddens, adding a refreshing country twist to Beyoncé's already diverse repertoire. On the flip side, 16 CARRIAGES takes a slower pace, presenting a heartfelt ballad accompanied by the soulful sounds of Robert Randolph on the steel guitar.
Hailing from Houston, Beyoncé's foray into country music feels like a natural evolution for the versatile artist. With her unparalleled star power and knack for effortlessly navigating various genres, fans are eagerly counting down the days until the album drops.
The March 29 release date has officially become a red-letter day, marking the next chapter in Beyoncé's captivating RENAISSANCE trilogy.
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