Beyoncé Reveals ‘Cowboy Carter’ As Title of Upcoming Album

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Beyoncé’s upcoming album officially has a name, and “Cowboy Carter” is coming very soon for fans.

The singer announced the name of the new country album, which arrives March 29 per her website Tuesday.

The website’s homepage now features a horse saddle with a patriotic sash draped across it reading “Cowboy Carter.”

Beyoncé’ also shared the image on her Instagram story.

Along with the title announcement, Beyoncé also listed new merchandise for the upcoming drop, including limited-edition CDs, vinyl and T-shirts.

The limited-edition CDs come in either blue or white, while the vinyl options include black, red, white and blue.

Available shirt options include a white ringer tee with red trim that includes a picture of Beyoncé and the words “Cowboy Carter,” and a white tee with a black-and-white photo of Beyoncé in a cowboy getup.

Beyoncé announced and released the first two singles from her new album, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” the night of the Super Bowl on Feb. 11.


Fans have been eagerly anticipating a new project from Beyoncé, who initially released “Renaissance” in 2022. At the time, she revealed that the album would be the first of a “three-act project.” Rumors circulated that she had recorded both dance and country songs for the set, and it was unclear if the latter would be included on “Renaissance” or as a separate album. The first installment ended up mining heavily from dance and house music, paying homage to the Black queer community and club culture.

This record will arrive on the heels of her record-breaking world tour, which grossed $579 million, along with the theatrical release of “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.” The latter served as a part-documentary, part-concert film taking viewers behind the scenes of the global trek.

Shortly after the movie’s London premiere, Beyoncé released the single “My House,” a callback to her Houston roots.

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