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Beyoncé shares artwork, title for new country album: ‘Act II: Cowboy Carter’

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Beyoncé revealed artwork and the title of her new country album — ‘Act II: Cowboy Carter,’ set for release on March 29.

The superstar shared the news on her Instagram Story, adding the title and release date to her Instagram bio and posting a shot of a saddle with a red, white and blue sash that reads “Cowboy Carter”; the image is also prominently displayed on the homepage of Beyoncé’s website.  Additionally, fans can head to the ‘Shop’ section of Queens Bey’s website to pre-order merchandise and the new record, which also reveals alternate artwork to feature close-up photos of Beyoncé’s face as she dons a black cowboy hat with a white snake over her eye, and her blonde hair feathered-cut and braided.

Beyoncé first surprised fans by announcing her new country-themed album during the Super Bowl this past February. Shortly after the viral announcement, the superstar dropped two country-inspired songs, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages.” After Texas Hold ‘Em started being played by country radio, it went on to hit No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, with Beyoncé making history as the first Black female artist to ever reach the top spot on the chart.

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