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Beyoncé drops ‘Texas Hold ‘Em (Pony Up Remix)’, unveils new website

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Beyoncé drops ‘Texas Hold ‘Em (Pony Up Remix)’, unveils new website

Beyoncé has dropped a re-imagined new version of her chart-topping hit, titled “Texas Hold ‘Em (Pony Up Remix).” The remix comes just days after Beyoncé released her eighth studio album, Cowboy Carter. Spotify announced that the  27-track album was the music platform’s most-streamed album in a single day in 2024 so far, becoming the first country album to hold the title.

Beyoncé released “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages” in February, ahead of dropping Cowboy Carter. “Texas Hold ‘Em” reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 as well as the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, making Beyoncé the first Black woman to top that chart. It also topped the Billboard Global 200 — making it the first time Beyoncé has reached no. 1 on that chart since it was launched in September 2020.

Queen Bey also launched a cryptic new website, beencountry.com, which fans suspect may be her way of teasing a forthcoming tour announcement. The homepage of the new website features throwback shots of Beyoncé as a child singing at the Texas Sweetheart Pageant, as well as a recent image of her in cowboy attire. On the site are images of a banjo and her slogan “This ain’t a country album. This is a ‘Beyoncé’ album.”

Take a listen to ‘Texas Hold ‘Em (Pony Up Remix)’here.

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