Beyoncé Teases Fans With New Date For Renaissance Act II After Two Country Music Releases

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Beyoncé’s Renaissance Act II is closer than ever. Despite being a multiple Grammy winner, she does not seem to be pressing the brakes anytime soon. As fans had speculated, the Lemonade singer followed up her Renaissance Act I with a country album. But for now, fans have been blessed with two new country tracks.

Beyoncé’s Renaissance Act II Release Date Announced

Beyoncé went all out for fans while announcing her Renaissance Act II. According to HipHopDX, the singer flaunted her creativity in a Super Bowl ad for Verizon with an out-of-this-world dynamic. Before the end of the ad, she traveled to space and was called back to Earth by a fictional news host for her first live performance.

Once fans had their fill of the Super Bowl ad, Beyonce showcased what’s been brewing – her Renaissance Act II. The Grammy winner updated fans with a Texas-inspired trailer, proving that all hands had been on deck for the project set to drop on March 29.

The “Who Runs The World” singer later announced that she had dropped two new tracks with country music vibes. The songs “Texas Hold Em” and “16 Carriages” are country-inspired, yet the themes employed for the songs are relatable to the first Renaissance album.

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