It didn’t take long for theories to start swirling about the thought process behind the choice to focus on the country music space, and I have to admit, they’re actually pretty compelling. Many think that the Renaissance as a whole may be Beyoncé’s attempt to recover black musical genres which have been whitewashed over the years. Taking over house music with Act I was the first mission, and with Act Two, it will hopefully shine a light on country music’s very dark roots and pay homage to the greats who shaped the sound. (Call Tracy Chapman on the phone, Mom!) What’s next? If there are three acts, my money is on rock and roll. We know that Tina Turner, the queen of rock, is Beyoncé’s idol, and Lemonade the hits “6 Inch” and “Don’t Hurt Yourself” are proof that Rockyoncé is a very real, very GOOD thing. Make way for mullets and head-to-toe leather!
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