Beyoncé Goes LIVE with ‘Cowboy Carter’

Beyoncé covers The Beatles’ 1968 track “Blackbird” on her new country album Cowboy Carter, which also features a cover of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene.”

The cover of “Blackbird” has sparked an emotional response from fans, who praise Beyonce’s rendition of the classic song.

Additionally, the album features collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Tanner Adell, Willie Nelson, Post Malone, and her daughter, Rumi Carter.

Cowboy Carter contains a total of 27 tracks and marks Beyoncé’s first foray into country music, but one collaboration is standing out for the LIVE team on this collaboration…

Miley Cyrus, a pop star and country music royalty, collaborated with Beyoncé on Cowboy Carter. On the album’s 16th track, “II MOST WANTED,” the two performers sing and trade lines. The title teases their prominence as two of the music industry’s biggest stars. However, the songs honor their romantic relationships.

Cyrus, like Beyoncé, is associated with country yet is best known for pop. Cyrus and Beyoncé made a love ballad for their longtime partners.

It discusses how meeting them altered their lives and their commitment to supporting them (“I will be your shotgun rider ’til the day I die”).

Beyoncé, of course, has been dating Jay-Z since 2001; Cyrus, meanwhile, has been dating Maxx Morando since 2021.

What do you think of Beyoncé’s song “II Most Wanted?”