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Beyoncé’s Producer Teases Collaboration with Taylor Swift on Upcoming “Renaissance Act II” Album

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The music world is abuzz with anticipation as Beyoncé’s producer, Killah B, drops hints about a potential collaboration with Taylor Swift on Queen B’s highly anticipated “Renaissance Act II” album.

The news of this potential collaboration emerged during the surprise announcement of the upcoming project at Super Bowl LVIII. Alongside the announcement, Beyoncé treated fans to two new singles infused with country music vibes.

In a conversation with TMZ, Killah B shed light on the eagerly awaited album. When asked about the possibility of a collaboration with a country artist, widely believed to be Taylor Swift, the producer tantalizingly responded, “You gonna have to wait and see,” adding, “Let’s just say she is on the approach of shocking the world. I’ll let your imagination decide what that means.”

Indeed, Beyoncé sent shockwaves through the music industry on Sunday night (February 12) with the announcement of her new album through a Super Bowl commercial for Verizon. The commercial, featuring Beyoncé’s ambitious attempts to “break the internet,” culminated in the declaration, “Okay, they ready, drop the new music.”

Following the ad, the former Destiny’s Child star unveiled a Texas-themed trailer for “Renaissance Act II,” setting the stage for its release on March 29. Additionally, she unveiled the first two singles from the album, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” showcasing artwork that continues the silver theme of the first Renaissance album, infused with a country twist.

However, Beyoncé’s venture into the country genre hasn’t been without controversy. An Oklahoma-based radio station initially refused to play her new tracks, prompting an online backlash with some labeling the move as “racist.” Following the outcry, the station added the songs to its rotation and issued a statement clarifying their stance.

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While some skeptics may question Beyoncé’s transition to country music, others see it as an exciting evolution. As one statement from the radio station noted, “We are actually excited that she has ‘crossed over’ to a new genre…We are big Beyoncé fans here and really hope it does well, as we like seeing new artists get into the format.”

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