Once you kill a cow, you gotta make a burger — or at the very least that’s what Lady Gaga and Beyoncé followers are hoping after the latter introduced her new album throughout the Super Bowl.
After Beyoncé, 42, shared the trailer for Renaissance Act II on Sunday, February 11, followers instantly seen some visible similarities to her and Gaga’s 2010 music video for “Telephone.” The new teaser begins with Beyoncé driving a yellow cab via the desert, however the passenger seat within the automobile will not be absolutely seen.
The picture reminded many observers of the top of “Telephone,” which confirmed Beyoncé driving via the desert with Gaga, 37, after selecting her up from jail. In that occasion, Beyoncé was driving the P–y Wagon from Kill Bill: Volume 1, which can be vivid yellow.
The video famously ended with the phrase “to be continued,” and followers have been ready for a follow-up ever since.
Sleuths additionally identified the truth that Gaga entered jail within the “Telephone” video on February 11, which occurs to be the identical date of the Super Bowl and Beyoncé’s Act II announcement. Gaga, in the meantime, shared a picture from inside Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday that confirmed her holding up two fingers. While she might have meant the gesture as a peace signal, the Beyhive and Little Monsters seized on her caption — “Let’s f–king go” — as proof that the 2 stars are about to group up once more.
For these viewers not that taken with soccer, Beyoncé’s album announcement was the spotlight of the large sport. The Grammy winner teased the information in her Verizon advert, throughout which she tried varied stunts to “break the web.” At the top of the spot, she mentioned, “OK, they prepared. Drop the brand new music.”
The Beyhive quickly realized this was not a drill, as Beyoncé shared the album teaser through Instagram and introduced that two new songs, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” have been obtainable to stream. She additionally revealed that Renaissance Act II will drop on Friday, March 29.
Shortly earlier than releasing Renaissance Act I in July 2022, Beyoncé teased that the challenge would truly encompass three components, however on the time, she provided no additional data about when the second and third installments would arrive. Act I drew on home music for inspiration, whereas Act II appears to be leaning in a nation path, with the brand new singles that includes acclaimed banjo participant Rhiannon Giddens and gospel artist Robert Randolph.
As for Act III, followers have already begun speculating that Beyoncé will discover rock music. “Act III is a rock album. I do know it,” one social media consumer wrote through X. “I KNOW she calling Jack White up once more. I KNOW she calling Paramore. I KNOW IT.”
Beyoncé beforehand collaborated with White, 48, on “Don’t Hurt Yourself” from 2016’s Lemonade.