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Dolly Parton gives her blessing to Beyoncé’s country album - www.nme.com - USA - Texas - county Love
nme.com
23.02.2024 / 16:09

Dolly Parton gives her blessing to Beyoncé’s country album

Dolly Parton has given her public blessing to Beyoncé’s current departure into country music, saying she is “very excited” about her new sound.The singer recently made history by becoming the first Black woman to reach Number One on the US country chart with her new single ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’.The song was released during the 2024 Super Bowl earlier this month, where Beyoncé announced her eighth studio album ‘Renaissance Act II’, which is due to arrive on March 29. She also shared the track ’16 Carriages’ from the upcoming record.And now Queen Bey has been given the doff of the cowboy hat from the Queen of Country herself.

How Donna Summer made black female history on the country charts before Beyoncé - nypost.com - USA - Texas
nypost.com
23.02.2024 / 14:47

How Donna Summer made black female history on the country charts before Beyoncé

the first black woman to go No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs with her bluessgrassy bop “Texas Hold ’Em.”But, in the last week of Black History Month, we gotta give props to another African-American diva who broke down genre barriers on the country charts long before Bey made her two-step statement.That would be Donna Summer, who, when she was the Queen of Disco, made her own history as the first African-American woman to co-write a No.

Beyoncé makes history as first black woman with No. 1 country song thanks to ‘Texas Hold ’Em’ - nypost.com - Texas - Oklahoma - county Love
nypost.com
21.02.2024 / 23:01

Beyoncé makes history as first black woman with No. 1 country song thanks to ‘Texas Hold ’Em’

Texas Hold ’Em.”The achievement was announced Tuesday by Billboard, which has been charting country songs since 1958.Beyoncé’s tune also holds the No. 2 slot on the Hot 100 chart, behind Jack Harlow’s “Lovin on Me.”The 32-time Grammy Award winner shocked listeners earlier this month when she appeared in a Super Bowl commercial for Verizon — and casually revealed she would be releasing a brand-new album.Simultaneously, she dropped two singles: “16 Carriages” and the aforementioned “Texas Hold ’Em.” According to the “Crazy in Love” singer, her upcoming album — out March 29 — is “Act II” of “Renaissance,” her album cycle that started with “Renaissance: Act I” in 2022.“Texas Hold ’Em” has received 19.2 million streams, while “16 Carriages” has garnered 10.3 million and is No.

Beyonce’s country music spurs Western style takeover: ‘We’re in our country era’ - nypost.com - USA - Texas
nypost.com
21.02.2024 / 23:01

Beyonce’s country music spurs Western style takeover: ‘We’re in our country era’

“Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” earlier this month and announcing an entire upcoming country album to be released in March. The “Daddy Lessons” singer — who just became the first Black woman artist with a number one song on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart — has been leaning into the western aesthetic, sporting diamond-encrusted bolo ties and cowboy hats, inspiring her Beyhive to follow suit.Isha Nicole, the creative director and senior vice president of marketing for the western wear company, Boot Barn, told Women’s Wear Daily that Queen Bey will “catapult Western influence into the limelight” by “inviting the masses to participate in the romanticism of the American spirit.”“With this, we’ll see a spike in traditional felt cowboy hats in colors such as stark white or red, donned recently by the queen herself,” she said.

Beyoncé becomes the first Black woman to top Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart - www.thefader.com - Texas
thefader.com
21.02.2024 / 17:35

Beyoncé becomes the first Black woman to top Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart

Beyoncé has made Billboard chart history with her new song "Texas Hold 'Em." The single, which was released immediately after the Super Bowl earlier this month, has debuted at No.1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart this week, making her the first Black woman in history to do so. "16 Carriages," which was released alongside "Texas Hold 'Em," debuted at No.

Beyoncé’s mum Tina Knowles hits back at critics of new country direction: “We have always celebrated cowboy culture” - www.nme.com - USA - Texas - county Love
nme.com
21.02.2024 / 15:09

Beyoncé’s mum Tina Knowles hits back at critics of new country direction: “We have always celebrated cowboy culture”

Beyoncé, has addressed those who have criticised her daughter’s new country direction.The ‘Renaissance’ singer recently made history by becoming the first Black woman to reach Number One on the US country chart with her new single ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’. Her mother Tina took to her official Instagram account to defend critics who have been questioning Beyoncé’s claim to country music.Tina shared a video clip of a compilation of country-style photos of the ‘Crazy In Love’ singer. “We have always celebrated Cowboy Culture growing up in Texas.

Beyoncé becomes first Black woman to hit Number One on US country chart - www.nme.com - USA - Texas
nme.com
21.02.2024 / 10:41

Beyoncé becomes first Black woman to hit Number One on US country chart

Beyoncé has become the first Black woman to reach Number One on the US country chart with her new single ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’.The singer released the song earlier this month when announcing her eighth studio album ‘Renaissance Act II’, which is due to arrive on March 29. She also shared the track ’16 Carriages’ from the upcoming record.Now, ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ has topped Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart – making Bey the first Black female artist to achieve this feat.She is also the second solo female act – with no accompanying featured artists – to debut at Number One, with Taylor Swift achieving this in 2021 with her re-recorded versions of ‘Love Story’ and ‘All Too Well’.Additionally, Beyoncé is the first woman to top both the Hot Country Songs and Hot R&B/Hip-Hip Songs charts since these run-downs began in 1958.

Beyoncé Reveals She's Suffered From Skin Disease Psoriasis Her Whole Life! - perezhilton.com - Texas
perezhilton.com
20.02.2024 / 23:55

Beyoncé Reveals She's Suffered From Skin Disease Psoriasis Her Whole Life!

Beyoncé is opening up about dealing with psoriasis since she was a young kid!

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign Lead Billboard 200 With Controversial Album ‘Vultures’; Beyoncé Tops Country Chart With ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ - variety.com - USA - Texas
variety.com
20.02.2024 / 20:57

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign Lead Billboard 200 With Controversial Album ‘Vultures’; Beyoncé Tops Country Chart With ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’

Thania Garcia Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Vultures” is the No. 1 album in the United States this week despite the 16-song set getting major pushback from streaming platforms for West’s antisemitic behavior. The album was temporarily removed from streaming services just a few days after its release on Feb.

There Was a Destiny's Child Reunion at Kelly Rowland's Movie Premiere - www.glamour.com - New York - New York - Texas
glamour.com
16.02.2024 / 18:35

There Was a Destiny's Child Reunion at Kelly Rowland's Movie Premiere

Mea Culpa into a Destiny's Child reunion. The trio teamed up to support Rowland, who produced and starred in the film, at the Paris Theatre in New York on February 15.

The Country Format Is Bullish on Beyoncé’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em,’ Top Radio Execs Say - variety.com - Texas
variety.com
16.02.2024 / 03:13

The Country Format Is Bullish on Beyoncé’s ‘Texas Hold ‘Em,’ Top Radio Execs Say

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Is country radio an easy, inevitable home for Beyoncé‘s new single, “Texas Hold ‘Em”? That’s what some top radio executives are saying, contrary to some early speculation about how a crossover record from the superstar might fare. Although these execs point out that it will be up to listeners to ultimately decide, they’re saying that they see no reason why a song that’s in the pocket musically from one of the world’s biggest superstars should be cause for a showdown instead of hoedown.

Beyonce makes rare public outing to support her nephew Julez - us.hola.com - New York - Texas
us.hola.com
15.02.2024 / 03:31

Beyonce makes rare public outing to support her nephew Julez

Beyonce is supporting her family. The beloved performer, who’s currently in the midst of the release of a new record, was spotted at a New York Fashion Week event she attended in support of her nephew, Julez, who’s a model. How, in 10 years, Telfar became the ‘It’ bagBeyoncé’s childhood home catches fire on Christmas morningDaniel “Julez” Smith Jr is the son of Solange Knowles, Beyonce’s sister.

Beyoncé Has Blessed Us With Another Surprise Appearance and Her Highest Key Country Glam Yet - www.glamour.com - New York - Texas
glamour.com
14.02.2024 / 17:40

Beyoncé Has Blessed Us With Another Surprise Appearance and Her Highest Key Country Glam Yet

is many things. She's a national treasure, a queen, a cross-genre musical genius, and mother to baby superstar Blue Ivy, to name a few. But Beyoncé is also an aunt, which is why she made her surprise appearance at the Luar fashion show, where her nephew Daniel “Julez” Smith Jr.

Oklahoma country station won’t play new Beyoncé song — here’s why - nypost.com - Texas - Oklahoma
nypost.com
14.02.2024 / 02:49

Oklahoma country station won’t play new Beyoncé song — here’s why

Beyoncé’s new country single “Texas Hold ‘Em” — but the station’s general manger is defending the decision. One Beyoncé fan went viral on X after sharing an email from Southern Central Oklahoma Radio Enterprises Broadcasting after she requested the new song.

Will Country Radio Play Beyoncé’s New Songs? A Superstar’s Surprise Move Will Put Old Rules to the Test - variety.com - Texas - Oklahoma
variety.com
13.02.2024 / 23:07

Will Country Radio Play Beyoncé’s New Songs? A Superstar’s Surprise Move Will Put Old Rules to the Test

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Is Beyoncé going to get some love at the country radio format, now that she’s released a single, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” that openly embraces the genre? That’s a big question mark, as radio programmers, like many others in the music industry, are still reeling from the shock of her surprise release the night of the Super Bowl, with no apparent plan yet in place to immediately give the tune a promotional push at the format. But her move into country is certainly “topic A,” according to one programmer, even as radio pros take a pause on whether to play the music that is the talk of the nation.

Azealia Banks tells Beyoncé “you’re setting yourself up to be ridiculed again” over new country album - www.nme.com - Texas - county Jay
nme.com
13.02.2024 / 20:47

Azealia Banks tells Beyoncé “you’re setting yourself up to be ridiculed again” over new country album

Azealia Banks has spoken out against Beyoncé’s new country-tinged musical direction, saying she is “setting herself up to be ridiculed”.Beyoncé announced details of her new album ‘Renaissance Act II’ during a Verizon advertisement during Sunday’s Super Bowl. The record is the second instalment of what is expected to be a ‘Renaissance’ trilogy, and it will come out on March 29.As soon as the advert concluded, Beyoncé released the project’s first two singles ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ and ‘16 Carriages’, and the banjo twang of the former and the slow, forlorn pacing of the latter both seem to confirm ongoing fan speculation that Beyoncé was planning on releasing a country-flavoured album.Now, Banks has spoken up, warning her fellow performer that she was making a mistake. In an Instagram Stories post (via Music News), she said about the new material: “Nothing country about it.

Beyoncé Announces New Album — and It’s Country - www.metroweekly.com - Texas
metroweekly.com
13.02.2024 / 20:37

Beyoncé Announces New Album — and It’s Country

Renaissance, but the pop singer isn’t giving her fans a chance to breathe. Instead, she’s announced a new album, it’s coming very soon, and fans can already hear the surprising new sonic direction she’s chosen for her latest era.On Sunday, February 11, Beyoncé dropped two new songs. The tracks, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” are assumed to be the first official singles from her forthcoming album, which was announced at the same time that the cuts arrived.Beyoncé took to social media on Sunday night to reveal the second installment of Renaissance is coming next month.

Hello, hello baby? Beyoncé and Lady Gaga could be working on a ‘Telephone’ sequel - nypost.com - Texas - Houston
nypost.com
13.02.2024 / 18:01

Hello, hello baby? Beyoncé and Lady Gaga could be working on a ‘Telephone’ sequel

Sorry, Beyoncé and Lady Gaga cannot hear you.They’re kinda busy — hopefully. The former Destiny’s Child member, 42, and the “Poker Face” singer, 37, dropped their hit collab “Telephone” in 2009.And since Beyoncé announced her new album “Renaissance Act II” at the 2024 Super Bowl on Sunday, the world has been chattering about her possibly doing a sequel to “Telephone.”The “Dreamgirls” star also dropped two country-inspired singles — “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages.”Fans have taken to social media to note possible clues that Gaga and Beyoncé are seemingly working together to create a sequel to their colorful and catchy 2009 hit.In the teaser for “Renaissance Act II,” there was a subtle hint that “Telephone” might be on redial.

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