Peep The Artists Featured On Beyoncé's Album 'Cowboy Carter'

Beyoncé’s New Album Dropped! Peep All The Artists Featured On ‘Cowboy Carter’


Beyoncé's New Album 'Cowboy Carter' Released Features Artists 

As she promised, Beyoncé dropped her new album and the second act of her ‘Renaissance’ era on Friday (March 29). ‘Cowboy Carter’ is now streaming, and the fans are eating up the singer’s eighth studio album!

She’s been trending across social platforms all morning for her 27-song project. One viral standout about the album — besides Beyoncé’s angelic vocals — is the stacked list of artists featured.

Keep scrolling to see who joined Beyoncé on ‘Cowboy Carter,’ how the innanet streets are reacting, and a reminder of what Queen B has said about the project.

Here’s A List Of Artists On Beyoncé’s Album ‘Cowboy Carter’

As mentioned, the 42-year-old talent tapped several artists, including country music goats for her inspired album. Credits on ‘Cowboy Carter’ include country legends 90-year-old Willie Nelson, 82-year-old Linda Martell, and 78-year-old Dolly Parton.

Nelson is credited for ‘Smoke Hour Willie Nelson,’ ‘Smoke Hour II’ and ‘Just For Fun.’ Linda is featured on ‘Spaghetti II’ and ‘The Linda Martell Show.’

Meanwhile, Bey took her shot at recreating Dolly’s iconic ‘Jolene’ and seemingly named another track ‘Dolly P’ after the star.

Beyoncé’s rendition of ‘Jolene’ comes a few years after Dolly said in Dec. 2020 that she wished “someone like Beyoncé” would re-record the song.

Cowgirl Bey also leaned on rising, young Black country stars to add their sauce to her new album. Those artists include Brittney Spencer, Shaboozey, Tanner Adell, Reyna Roberts, Tiera Kennedy, and Willie Jones.

See songs ‘Blackbird,’ a rendition of The Beatles classic, ‘Spaghettii,’ ‘Just For Fun,’ and ‘Sweet Honey Buckiin’ for their influences.

But the list of featured artists on ‘Cowboy Carter’ doesn’t end there. In fact, Beyoncé also pulled in pop sensation Miley Cyrus, and rapper Post Malone for the tracks, ‘Most Wanted’ and ‘Levii’s Jeans’ respectively.

‘Cowboy Carter’ comes under two years since the release of ‘Act I: Renaissance,’ which debuted as No. 1 on Billboard 200 and earned an ‘Album of the Year’ nomination at last year’s GRAMMY Awards.

Amid the album’s success and a sold-out tour, Bey followed up by dropping a film highlighting her new music and performances.

RELATED: Beyoncé Talks Gratitude After ‘Renaissance’ Film’s Successful Opening Weekend


Beyoncé Already Said 'Cowboy Carter' Is NOT A Country Album

Despite the new album’s name, theme and country influences, and featured artists, Beyoncé has already said the project is not a country album.

She shared the clarification ten days before the album’s release. At the time, she had just made history as the first Black woman to reach No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, per Billboard.That W came with the success of her single ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ followed by ’16 Carriages.’

She thanked her supporters for helping her break through that barrier and shared her hopes that music genres and an artist’s race won’t be in the same conversation years from now.

Bey also revealed that ‘Cowboy Carter’ was five years in the making after an unwelcoming experience in the country space.

“I focused on this album as a continuation of RENAISSANCE…I hope this music is an experience, creating another journey where you can close your eyes, start from the beginning and never stop. This ain’t a Country album. This is a “Beyoncé” album. This is act ii COWBOY CARTER, and I am proud to share it with y’all!” 


RELATED: Beyoncé Sets The Record Straight On The Inspiration Behind Her ‘Cowboy Carter’ Album


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