Dolly Parton Finally Breaks Her Silence as Beyonce Takes the Crown on the Country Music Chart – Confirms What We All Suspected

Following Beyoncé’s historic achievement as the first Black woman to reach the top of Billboard’s country music chart, music legend Dolly Parton has expressed her support.

During her surprise album announcement at this year’s Super Bowl, Beyoncé, who is 42 years old, revealed the single “Texas Hold ‘Em” along with 16 Carriages.
In a remarkable achievement, she made history in 2021 by becoming one of the two solo female artists to have a song debut at the top of the country music chart, alongside Taylor Swift.

Dolly Parton, one of the most iconic figures in the genre, seems unfazed by it, despite some negative reactions to the Halo superstar’s success. One radio station declined to play her song, citing their focus on country music, while actor John Schneider advised her to avoid the genre.

Dolly Parton shared her excitement about Beyoncé’s new country album in a heartfelt Instagram update.

Beyoncé is gearing up to release her new album, Renaissance: Act II, which will showcase a focus on country music. It’s interesting to note that around 76 million Americans tune in to this genre on a weekly basis. Some critics believe the genre should remain untouched, while Beyoncé’s fans support her choice to go back to her origins.

There is a debate among fans about whether the industry should have complete control over all aspects of country music or if the genre was actually created by black people. Nevertheless, Beyoncé is likely to brush off these criticisms, given the support of Dolly Parton, the iconic figure in country music.

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