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“She’s taking it!”: Beyoncé announces Act II, releases two new country songs

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Grab your cowboy boots and rhinestone chaps! Beyoncé has announced Act II of Renaissance. On 11 February, the music icon sent fans into a frenzy when she released her larger-than-life Verizon commercial during the 58th Super Bowl.

In the advertisement, the ‘Break My Soul’ singer attempts to break the American cellphone plan’s 5G network by doing an array of outrageous stunts – ranging from hosting a Lemonade-inspired lemonade stand, releasing a surprise jazz album, running for “Beyoncé of the United States,” and creating a Beyoncé robot.

However, when her groundbreaking space performance fails to do the job, the Oscar-nominated talent breaks the fourth wall, saying: “Okay, they ready!

Drop the music.”  Shortly after the commercial aired, Beyoncé remained true to her word and released a gag-worthy teaser for Act II of Renaissance – which will see her return to the country genre following the release of her 2016 single ‘Daddy Lessons.’ In the brief clip, the ‘Dangerously In Love’ singer is shown driving a taxi cab in the desert with her license plate reading “Hold’ Em.”  As the video continues, snippets of old country/Americana songs – including Chuck Barry’s ‘Maybellene’ – can be heard playing.

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