Titled ‘Back Up, Rewind’ and ‘Have Your Way’, the two albums feature ten tracks each including ‘After All Is Said and Done’, ‘Twerk’ and ‘Black Culture’.
Beyonce Knowles is known for surprising fans with album releases, but her latest surprises appear to be unauthorized leaks. Under the name Queen Carter, two albums of the songstress’ unreleased and old songs made its way out on streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music on Thursday, December 20 and successfully caused social media frenzy.
The two albums, titled “Back Up, Rewind” and “Have Your Way”, each contain ten tracks including “After All Is Said and Done”, “Twerk”, “Black Culture” and “Keep Giving Your Love to Me”. As mentioned before, the albums also featured some of Bey’s older songs such as “What’s It Gonna Be”, which has been released in her 2003 self-titled debut solo album, and “Hey, Goldmember”, which served as the soundtrack to 2002 comedy “Austin Powers: Goldmember”.
Besides the two albums, a Beyonce single titled “Control” has also been leaked online.
All songs, however, have been removed from streaming sites once their existence went viral. It didn’t stop fans of the “Crazy in Love” hitmaker from flipping out. “BEYONCE HAD TWO ALBUMS RELEASED UNDER #QueenCarter it was a leak that got taken down now I feel we gone have to wait 3 MORE YEARS who hacked Beyonce,” one fan tweeted. “BEYONCE RELEASED TWO ALBUMS SOMEONE GET ME OFF THIS BOAT,” another excited fan exclaimed.
Beyoncé HAD TWO ALBUMS RELEASED UNDER #QueenCarter it was a leak that got taken down now I feel we gone have to wait 3 MORE YEARS ??????????? Who hacked Beyonce https://t.co/goT7KDohgN— OTRII (@Cinderonce) December 21, 2018
BEYONCE RELEASED TWO ALBUMS SOMEONE GET ME OFF THIS BOAT— STAN SHIMURATENKOS (@MlRUK0) December 21, 2018
One other fan wrote, “These Queen Carter cuts are giving me middle/high school flashbacks. Had my young a** perched looking for these on Limewire smh.”
These Queen Carter cuts are giving me middle/high school flashbacks. Had my young ass perched looking for these on Limewire smh— V•N•O (@StarStruckAJ) December 21, 2018
Unauthorized Beyoncé and SZA albums surface online https://t.co/1Yvy3v8Xdi pic.twitter.com/ieCmPB1iNd— WebsiteofEverything (@wsoeorg) December 21, 2018
Beyonce is the second artist to fall victim to leaked music that day. Earlier in the day, an album of unreleased SZA songs appeared on streaming services. Responding to the leak, SZA revealed that the tracks were some of her recordings from three years ago. “These are random scratches from 2015. Def not new new!” she wrote against a screenshot of the album art. “But… creative? And scary? Lol HEARD U THO… I SWEAR the new is coming.”
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