Beyoncé's “Cowboy Carter” Is Here! Every Artist Featured on the New Album

The 32-time Grammy winner recruited a few country legends for her eighth studio album

<p>Kevin Mazur/WireImage; Jason Kempin/Getty; SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty</p> Beyoncé; Dolly Parton; Willie Nelson

Kevin Mazur/WireImage; Jason Kempin/Getty; SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty

Beyoncé; Dolly Parton; Willie Nelson

Giddy up! Beyoncé's eighth studio album, Cowboy Carter, has officially arrived!

The new project, also known as Act II from her Renaissance release, has made its way to the U.S. as of midnight Friday, after fans in countries like New Zealand and Australia got a sneak peek of sorts thanks to their time zones. Beyoncé also published lyric videos on her YouTube channel.

On March 19, the 32-time Grammy winner, 42, told her supporters, “This ain’t a country album. This is a “Beyoncé” album,” but the 27-track body of work features some big-time country heavy hitters.

<p>Blair Caldwell</p> Beyoncé

Blair Caldwell


Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson are among the featured artists. Nelson, 90, can be heard on "Smoke Hour Willie Nelson" and "Smoke Hour II."

Last month, Parton, 78, congratulated the "Texas Hold 'Em" singer after the song earned her a “Billboard Hot Country number one single.”

The hitmaker previously stated that she wished “someone like Beyoncé" would re-record the classic — which does appear on Cowboy Carter.

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In addition to the remake, there is also an interlude titled “Dolly P” that seems to already be a hit with the “I Will Always Love You” singer.

“Just call me Dolly P 🤠,” she captioned a throwback Instagram photo of herself ahead of the release.

There’s also Linda Martell, who made history in 1969 as the first Black female solo artist to play the Grand Ole Opry.

The 82-year-old is featured in an interlude that introduces the song "Ya Ya." 

<p>Blair Caldwell</p> Beyoncé

Blair Caldwell


Miley Cyrus and Post Malone also appear on the album. The Disney channel alum, 31, joins the Houston native for the track "II Most Wanted." The “Sunflower” artist, 28, collabs with Beyoncé for a song called “Levii’s Jeans.” 

Shaboozey, known for blending hip-hop and country, shows up on "Spaghettii."

Other Black country artists that appear on Cowboy Carter include Rhiannon Giddens, Tanner Adell, and Willie Jones. Addell, Brittney Spencer, Tiera Kennedy and Reyna Roberts joined Beyoncé for her cover of The Beatles' "Blackbird." Jones contributed to "Just for Fun," while Giddens plays banjo on "Texas Hold 'Em."

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<p>Blair Caldwell</p> Beyoncé's Cowboy Carter

Blair Caldwell

Beyoncé's Cowboy Carter

Queen Bey teased her tracklist via social media on Wednesday with a flyer showcasing all of the songs.

"Brought to you by KNTRY Radio Texas,” the announcement read at the bottom of the post.

The “16 Carriages” singer first revealed her new project after starring in a Verizon wireless commercial that aired during the 2024 Super Bowl.

Once the ad ended, the rollout began.

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