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Kacey Musgraves Collaborated with Beyoncé on Cowboy Carter Album, but Songs Didn’t Make the Final Tracklist

by Zaria Davis
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Grammy-winning country artist Kacey Musgraves reportedly joined forces with global icon Beyoncé for her highly anticipated Cowboy Carter album. Despite their creative synergy, none of Musgraves’ contributions ultimately made it onto the final tracklist.

The revelation came to light during an interview with INK, a producer involved in the album’s creation, who disclosed the intensive one-day session that yielded five songs. “I met Kacey because Parkwood, Beyoncé’s company, sent us down there, and it was (Beyoncé’s) idea for us to just go to Nashville,” INK revealed, highlighting Musgraves’ exceptional talent and the collaborative energy that permeated the studio.

As the buzz surrounding Cowboy Carter reached a fever pitch, Musgraves herself weighed in on Beyoncé’s foray into the country music genre. In an interview with The American Songwriter, Musgraves expressed her nonchalant attitude toward Beyoncé’s artistic exploration, stating, “The more the f—ing merrier. I don’t really care. It doesn’t affect what I’m doing. It doesn’t affect me. I’ve always been just doing my own thing. It’s just fun to watch.”

While the absence of Musgraves’ contributions from the Cowboy Carter tracklist may come as a disappointment to fans eagerly anticipating the fusion of their respective styles, the collaborative effort between two musical powerhouses remains a testament to the boundless creativity and cross-genre experimentation prevalent in today’s music landscape.


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