Miley Cyrus and Beyoncé Team Up in New Song ‘II Most Wanted’

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Beyoncé and Miley Cyrus: A Match Made in Music Heaven

Hold your horses, music lovers! The collaboration we’ve all been waiting for has finally landed. Miley Cyrus is stepping into Beyoncé’s stellar world with a feature on Beyoncé’s latest album, and it’s making waves all over.

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Unpacking Cowboy Carter

As evident in her latest single, “Texas Hold ‘Em,” Beyoncé is in her country era. Her upcoming album, Cowboy Carter, has already started appearing in various countries worldwide, and here’s what we have learned. 

This album isn’t just a collection of songs; it’s a journey through a country music festival. Dolly Parton will also be on the album, alongside Willie Nelson and Linda Martell to act as DJs.

But what we’re most excited for is the collab between Miley Cyrus and Beyoncé in the much-anticipated track “II Most Wanted.” Imagine the energy! But that’s not all—Post Malone and Shaboozey add their flavors, too, making this album a star-studded affair.

More Than Just Music

The album’s a treat with a whopping 27 tracks, blending country soul with modern beats over an hour and 18 minutes of pure bliss. And let’s talk about those covers: Beyoncé taking on Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” and The Beatles’ “Blackbird”? Yes, please!

When is Beyoncé’s Album Dropping?

As Cowboy Carter hits the global stage on March 29, fans worldwide are gearing up for a musical extravaganza. 

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Miley Cyrus and Beyoncé Team Up in New Song ‘II Most Wanted’





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