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Beyoncé has officially launched a new era of music.

The 32-time Grammy Award winner has released two tracks from the second act of her “Renaissance” project, after teasing the new music during a Super Bowl advert.

While the Kansas City Chiefs fought to stay on top, Beyoncé herself had a big night appearing in a Verizon Super Bowl ad about breaking the internet, which later set the tone to her surprise new album announcement.


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Beyonce, who watched the Super Bowl game in Las Vegas alongside her husband Jay-Z and daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi, posted a video on her Instagram teasing “Act ii” moments after the advert aired.

The new music, which appears to lean into a country theme, is set to be released on March 29. The upcoming album is the singer’s eighth studio album.

The 42-year-old then dropped two songs titled “Texas Hold ‘Em,” referencing the poker game named after the singer’s home state, and “16 Carriages.”

“Fifteen innocents was gone astray / Had to leave my home at an early age / I saw mama praying, I saw daddy grind / All my tender problems, had to leave behind,” BeyoncĂ© sings in the chorus of “16 Carriages.”

The upcoming country-themed LP is the second part of a trilogy project that began with “Renaissance,” her seventh studio album, which came out on July 29, 2022.

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