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Here’s how the gays reacted to Beyoncé’s new album Cowboy Carter

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On March 29, Beyoncé ensured Good Friday was a Great Friday by dropping her brand new album Cowboy Carter. Since then, the gays have been going buck wild, taking to social media to hoot and holler over the country-inspired release.Cowboy Carter is the second act in Queen B’s three-act project that started with the release of Renaissance in the summer of 2022.

The record is comprised of 27 tracks, which feature star-studded collaborations with the likes of Linda Martell, Reyna Roberts, Tanner Adell, Willie Jones, Post Malone and Shaboozey.But that’s not all!

Queer icons can also be heard throughout the album, with Dolly Parton speaking on a 20-second prelude before Beyoncé launches into her reinterpretation of the 1973 classic ‘Jolene’, while Miley Cyrus sings on ‘II MOST WANTED’, a power ballad which interpolates Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Landslide’.Speaking about the duet, Miley said, “I’ve loved Beyoncé since long before I had the opportunity to meet & work with her.

My admiration runs so much deeper now that I’ve created along side of her. Thank you, Beyoncé.” A post shared by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus)The work of Ryan Beatty is also displayed on Cowboy Carter, with the gay pop star confirming that he wrote on four of the tracks, namely ‘Protector’, ‘Bodyguard’, ‘Just For Fun’ and “II Hands II Heaven’.

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