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Beyoncé’s ‘Cowboy Carter’ Features, New Music From J-Hope, MGK & More | Billboard News

It’s Friday, March 29th, and we’ve been blessed with a ton of new music this week. Beyoncé’s long-awaited ‘Cowboy Carter’ is finally here. J-Hope dropped his new album, ‘Hope on the Street Vol. 1.’ Machine Gun Kelly teamed up with Trippie Redd for ‘Genre: Sadboy.’ Fans are raving about the features on ‘Cowboy Carter’ with some even convinced that Taylor Swift was featured on the track “BODYGUARD.” And more.

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‘Cowboy Carter’ is here and we’re breaking down all the features. Plus new music from J-Hope, MGK, Trippie Redd and more. Sum 41 stops by to talk about their final album, we find out whose fandom is the strongest and learn more about Chicano Batman. Howdy partners, it’s Friday, March 29th and welcome to Billboard News. My name is Tetris and I heard there’s some kind of Renaissance going on. Let’s kick things off today with your Friday music guide.

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Beyoncé kicks off her new era busting out the gate with “Ameriican Requiem” and the highly anticipated “Jolene” is as good as we expected and it’s Dolly P approved.

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More music coming throughout the show but for now, here’s your top story.

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Miley Cyrus, Post Malone and Taylor Swift?

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We’re covering all the features on Beyoncé’s ‘Cowboy Carter’ so you don’t have to.

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A cover of The Beatles that captures meaning in a way only Beyoncé can deliver. “Blackbird,” which Paul McCartney has said was inspired by racial tension, features up-and-coming Black country singers Tanner Adell, Brittney Spencer, Tiera Kennedy and Reyna Roberts. She also grabbed Willie Jones’ soulful voice on “Just For Fun.” And Shaboozey brings the vibes on “Spaghettii,” genre-bending musician Post Malone sounds sweet and smooth on “Levii’s Jeans,” and Miley and Beyoncé’s vocals soared and blended to perfection on “II Most Wanted.” But whose voice provides the backgrounds on standout track “Bodyguard”? Fans were convinced it’s Taylor Swift. Billboard can confirm Taylor Swift is not credited on the song. Well, Swiftyhive can still dream, and with so many other flawless tracks on ‘Cowboy Carter,’ we have plenty to feast on.

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