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Beyoncé Shares 'Act II: Cowboy Carter' Tracklist

Klaudia//March 28, 2024
Beyoncé may be gearing up to release her first country music album, but this is not the pop superstar's first rodeo.

In anticipation of this Friday's release of her new album, Act II: Cowboy Carter, Queen Bey, 42, got fans excited by teasing the tracklist on Wednesday. The Grammy winner revealed the song titles with a post on Instagram, which subtly announced that the record is set to feature a cover of Dolly Parton's classic song "Jolene."

Beyoncé shared the tracklist by posting an image resembling a vintage concert poster, made to look like "Cowboy Carter" was the headliner and the titles listed below were members of her "Rodeo Chitlin' Circuit." The song names appeared alongside images of the hitmaker, and the bottom of the flyer teased, "Brought to you by KNTRY Radio Texas."

Aside from "Jolene" being included on the listing — confirming recent comments from Parton that she had heard the Renaissance artist recorded a cover of the song for her record — "Dolly P" is listed, as is Willie Nelson's name in a song called "Smoke Hour." It is currently unclear if the two country icons themselves appear as features on the album.

In addition to the previously released singles, "Texas Hold 'Em" and "16 Carriages," it seems as though the other songs may be called: "American Requiem," "Blackbird," "Protector," "My Rose" "Smoke Hour," "Bodyguard," "Jolene," "Daughter," "Spaghetti," "Alligator Tears," "Smoke Hour II," "Just For Fun," "II Most Wanted," "Levii's Jeans," "Flamenco," "The Linda Martell Show," "Yaya," "Oh Louisiana," "Desert Eagle," "Riiverdale," "II Hands II Heaven," "Tyrant" "Sweet Honey Buckin'" and "Amen."

There's various nods to the record being "act II" of her project Renaissance throughout the spelling of the song titles, and "The Linda Martell Show" seems to be a reference to the country singer-songwriter who became the first Black female artist to perform at the Grand Ole Opry.