Beyoncé Opens Up About 'COWBOY CARTER,' Affirms It as a 'Beyoncé Album,' Not Just Country

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Beyoncé, the iconic singer, has unveiled insights into her upcoming album, "COWBOY CARTER," as its release date draws near.

In a heartfelt open letter, she expressed gratitude for the success of its first two singles, "TEXAS HOLD ‘EM" and "16 CARRIAGES," celebrating her groundbreaking achievement as the first Black woman to top Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.

Expressing her appreciation to her supporters, Beyoncé conveyed her hope for a future where an artist's race is irrelevant in defining music genres.

She revealed that "COWBOY CARTER" was a five-year labor of love, born from an experience of exclusion, notably referencing her past performance at the Country Music Awards.

Reflecting on the backlash she faced, Beyoncé described how it compelled her to overcome limitations and push boundaries creatively, resulting in a fusion of genres for "act ii."

She teased surprises and collaborations with respected artists, emphasizing that "COWBOY CARTER" is a continuation of her artistic evolution.

Concluding her letter, Beyoncé emphasized that while the album isn't strictly country, it embodies her essence, marking it as a "Beyoncé" album above all else.

Fans can anticipate the release of "COWBOY CARTER" on March 29th, poised to embark on a musical journey guided by her vision and talent.

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