Beyoncé announces new country-inspired album after Verizon Super Bowl ad

Beyoncé is back with two new country tracks — “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages.” Act II is set to be released on March 29

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Beyhive! Act II is coming!

Fans have been eagerly waiting for new music from Queen Bey, and their prayers have finally been answered.

Act II, which has not been titled yet, is set to release on Friday, March 29. This album comes nearly two years after the singer released the first part of the project "Act I: RENAISSANCE."

Beyoncé announced her eighth studio album on social media not long after her show-stopping Super Bowl commercial with Verizon aired during Sunday's game.

The multi-platinum-selling and Grammy award-winning singer also dropped two singles: "Texas Hold Em'" and "16 Carriages."

The announcement came as a surprise to many, as Beyoncé has been notoriously private about her creative process. It has been long rumored that the second album could be country-inspired, chatter that kicked up again after she wore a cowboy hat to the Grammy Awards last week.

The former Destiny's Child member has always been known for her powerful vocals, but this time around, it seems she's taking things to the next level once again.

Fans have been taking to social media to express their excitement, with many already speculating about what the album could be called or what themes it will explore.

One thing is for sure - Beyoncé's eighth album is going to be a game-changer, and fans can't wait to see what she has in store for them.

If her past albums are anything to go by, we can expect a thought-provoking and empowering body of work from Beyoncé.

So get ready to put on your dancing shoes and get lost in the music - the Queen is back, and she's ready to reign supreme once again.

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