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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."

Black Parade Route Launches in Lagos, Nigeria

Klaudia//March 26, 2024
In 2020, BeyGOOD Founder @Beyonce introduced the Black Parade Route to the world to celebrate and support Small Businesses that had faced economic hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. These efforts assisted more than 900 small businesses globally.

Last year, Entrepreneurs along Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour received entrepreneurial grants as part of Phase 2 of the Black Parade Route - where businesses were also aligned with essential tools to support entrepreneurial growth and business sustainability.

AND we are excited to announce Beyonce’s GOOD continues and now to the Continent of Africa!!!! We are honored to announce BeyGOOD grants to support local entrepreneurs in LAGOS, NIGERIA!

Applications are NOW open for ENTREPRENEURS to apply for small business grants. Must be able to substantiate financial hardship and the business must be in or in proximity to Lagos.

ALSO . . . stay tuned for more information on Educational Scholarships in Johannesburg, South Africa and Community Impact support that will take place in Nairobi, Kenya! We expect that the Black Parade Route will ignite ingenuity and new opportunities in all three (3) of these amazing markets on the beautiful continent of Africa.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY NOW FOR THE LAGOS, NIGERIA ENTREPRENURIAL GRANT. Submissions close at midnight Eastern Time on Saturday, April 6th.

Stay connected here as the GOOD continues!

#BeyGOOD Everywhere

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame hosts 'Beyonce Fan Day' to celebrate Bey's new album

Klaudia//March 23, 2024
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will celebrate the release of Beyonce’s new album “Act II: Cowboy Carter” with a Beyonce Fan Day on Friday, March 29.

The event will feature a Beyonce playlist packed with new album tracks and old songs from her illustrious catalog, along with highlighted artifacts such as the outfit she wore in the “Run The World (Girls)” video and from artists who have inspired her.

Plus, in the Foster Theater will be a collection of her music videos playing throughout the day.

For dedicated members of the Bey Hive currently enjoying her recent singles, the stomping “Texas Hold ‘Em” and the dramatic power ballad “16 Carriages” from her new country-music-infused album or anyone interested in country music, know this: Associate Professor of English at DePaul University and author Francesca Royster will give a talk about her new book, the Ralph J. Gleason award-winning “Black Country Music: Listening for Revolutions.” It focuses on contributions and discusses the past, present and future of black folks who love to listen to and make country music. The talk is 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 28, free with a reservation at

"16 Carriages" Producer About the Difference Between 'Renaissance' and 'Cowboy Carter'

Klaudia//March 23, 2024
In an interview with journalist Alana M. Yzola for her Acknowledge YouTube series, songwriter and producer Atia 'Ink' Boggs broke down the difference between working with Beyoncé on Renaissance and her country-styled follow-up, Cowboy Carter.

Boggs has a writing and producer credit on "16 Carriages," which starkly contrasts the songs she worked on for Renaissance. She revealed that the song was the first one she ever worked on with Beyoncé, despite releasing after the three songs she worked on for the dance-oriented album Renaissance. "So a lot of people don't know, we actually had this first," she explained at 24:00 point of the interview, seen below. "So imagine having this timeless, classic music first and having to wait, and then she came up with Act I."

Bey and Boggs started working together in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which influenced the direction of the music they worked on and what order it was released. "So we came out of being isolated, back into the world from no parties to finally expressing ourselves," she continued. Boggs said that Renaissance took listeners to "other planets," while Cowboy Carter is more about roots. "And it's like, baby, we don't do just one thing we do everything and we do it well," she said. "That's what she's letting you know. This is her southern roots, this is her Texas roots."

Boggs also explained that the pivot of Cowboy Carter reiterates that Beyoncé cannot be put in a box. "Representation matters, that sound matters. This sound is Black music, this is what we started," she said. "'16 Carriages,' that was one of my favorite songs I've ever made and produced in all of my life. Because it's so personal. I love to see her in that personal light."

Beyoncé to Receive Innovator Award at 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Klaudia//March 21, 2024
Days after Beyoncé releases her highly anticipated eighth studio album, she’ll make an appearance at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards to receive its innovator award.

Beyoncé will appear at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles to accept the honor during the April 1 ceremony hosted by Ludacris. She’s being recognized for her pioneering career: for decades of creative risks and influencing pop culture on a mass scale, as well as last year’s groundbreaking Renaissance World Tour.

This year, Beyoncé scored five iHeartRadio Music Awards nominations, including R&B artist of the year, R&B song of the year (for “Cuff It,”) favorite tour style, best fan army and a new category, favorite on screen, for “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.”

Beyonce's 'Cowboy Carter' Ads Appear on NYC Museums

Klaudia//March 21, 2024
This ain’t Texas, but New York City is gearing up for Beyoncé’s Cowboy Carter release.

A number of major NYC art museums were seen with a display projected onto the front that reads, “This ain’t a country album. This is a ‘Beyoncé’ album,” as shared in photos posted by ARTnews. Among the museums with the projected ad include the Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum, New Museum and Museum of Arts and Design. Bey also posted a photo of the Guggenheim’s coordinates to her Instagram Story on Wednesday night (March 20).

However, in a statement to ARTNews, the Guggenheim “was not informed about and did not authorize this activation. However, we invite the public—including Beyoncé and her devoted fans—to visit the museum May 16–20 when we present projections by artist Jenny Holzer on the facade of our iconic building to celebrate the opening of her major exhibition.”

The Whitney also noted to Billboard, “We wish Beyoncé well with her album, and look forward to seeing her at the Whitney Biennial soon.”

The Museum of Arts and Design mirrored the statement, sharing with Billboard, “While the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) was not involved in the activation, we are thrilled to see Beyoncé shining a light on the importance of museums in the cultural landscape. Her influence undoubtedly opens doors for even more people to explore and appreciate Black creativity, such as pioneering textile artist Sonya Clark, whose comprehensive survey, ‘Sonya Clark: We Are Other,’ opens this weekend at MAD.”

Billboard has reached out to Beyoncé’s team for more information.

Beyonce shares message about "Cowboy Carter"

Klaudia//March 19, 2024
Beyonce shared a message about her upcoming album "Cowboy Carter".

"Today marks the 10-day countdown until the release of act ii. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of the supporters of TEXAS HOLD ‘EM and 16 CARRIAGES. I feel honored to be the first Black woman with the number one single on the Hot Country Songs chart. That would not have happened without the outpouring of support from each and every one of you. My hope is that years from now, the mention of an artist’s race, as it relates to releasing genres of music, will be irrelevant.

This album has been over five years in the making. It was born out of an experience that I had years ago where I did not feel welcomed…and it was very clear that I wasn’t. But, because of that experience, I did a deeper dive into the history of Country music and studied our rich musical archive. It feels good to see how music can unite so many people around the world, while also amplifying the voices of some of the people who have dedicated so much of their lives educating on our musical history.

The criticisms I faced when I first entered this genre forced me to propel past the limitations that were put on me. act ii is a result of challenging myself, and taking my time to bend and blend genres together to create this body of work.

Dolly Parton shares Beyoncé may have covered her classic country hit on Act II

Klaudia//March 16, 2024
The music icon said in a recent interview that fans may hear “Jolene” on Beyoncé’s forthcoming country album expected to debut on March 29.

As Beyoncé’s upcoming album inches closer to its release date, more details about what fans can expect have surfaced.

In a recent interview, country superstar Dolly Parton revealed that her popular single “Jolene” may appear on Beyoncé’s soon-to-be-released country project. Since the announcement of “Act II,” rumors about the details of the album began circulating, including Beyoncé covering Parton’s most famous song.

“Well, I think she has,” Parton told Knox News, People reported. “I think she’s recorded ‘Jolene,’ and I think it’s probably gonna be on her country album, which I’m very excited about that.”

Parton continued showering Bey with love and shared how they remained in contact over the years.

“We’ve kind of sent messages back and forth through the years,” Parton said. “And she and her mother were like fans, and I was always touched that they were fans, and I always thought she was great.”

"Texas Hold 'Em" becomes Beyoncé's longest-running UK Number 1 single

Klaudia//March 16, 2024
Today, Beyoncé celebrates a full month at Number 1 in the UK with TEXAS HOLD ‘EM, marking a new personal best for the superstar in the process.

The sixth UK Number 1 single, lifted from her newly-announced upcoming album COWBOY CARTER, is now her longest-running chart-topper on the Official Singles Chart; besting the previous three-week peaks of 2003’s Crazy In Love with Jay-Z and 2007’s Beautiful Liar with Shakira.

It also blows past the two Number 1 singles Beyoncé achieved as a member of Destiny’s Child; with 2000’s Independent Women and 2001’s Survivor both spending one week at the top of the chart. Thus, Beyoncé’s turn to country has dug up gold, gifting her the longest stretch at Number 1 of her entire career.