Before making the big revelation, the artist appeared in an unexpected advertisement for the Super Bowl.
Beyoncé is working on release of new songs. Act II: Renaissance will be available for purchase on March 29th, according to the announcement that the singer, who is 42 years old, made on Instagram on Sunday.
She announced the news by posting a video on Instagram that was in the manner of country music. In the video, she hinted that the first song from the album may be named “Texas Hold ‘Em.”
In point of fact, Beyoncé disclosed that the first two tracks from the album, titled “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” are already available for purchase less than a few minutes after she made the first announcement.
Beyoncé made the statement after she appeared in a commercial for Verizon. In the advertisement, she attempted to break the internet via a series of promotional stunts with the assistance of Tony Hale.
At the conclusion of the advertisement, Beyoncé yelled out, “Drop the new music!” Beyoncé’s subsequent Instagram post provided answers to all of the questions that her fans had been asking, despite the fact that no more information was disclosed at the time.
At the beginning of this week, when Verizon announced that Beyoncé will be participating in their advertisement, fans first assumed that she was working on something.
Beyoncé’s husband, JAY-Z, was spotted on the field at Allegiant Stadium with their daughters, Blue Ivy, who is 12 years old, and Rumi, who is 6 years old, before to the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. Sir, who is six years old, is the child of the celebrities.