Beyoncé Attempts to Break the Internet, Releases New Music

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During the 58th Super Bowl, Beyoncé surprised fans with news of Act II in her Renaissance trilogy, set for release on March 29th.

Starring in an ad for Verizon, Beyoncé tested how strong their internet service really was. 

In the ad, Beyoncé was shown trying unsuccessfully to break the internet via a series of stunts. After having no luck, the star proclaims “OK, they ready. Drop the new music.”

After failing to break Verizon’s internet during a Super Bowl ad, a new clip was posted to Beyoncé’s Instagram. The clip teased the single Texas Hold Em and promising “Act II” will drop on 29 March.


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The two new singles released ahead of the album launch are “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages.”

Get ’em girl!

The album promises a country-themed experience following the dance and house music success of 2022’s Renaissance. No doubt, Beyoncé’s Louis Vuitton Cowboy-inspired outfit she wore to the Grammy’s last week was all part of the set up. 

Beyoncé fans have been expecting a new accompaniment to Renaissance since the first album was released in July 2022.

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