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Beyoncé is giving Black women in the music industry — like Mickey Guyton, K. Michelle, and Tyla — their flowers.

“With opportunity comes possibility. The possibilities are endless with you @Beyonce,” Guyton, 40, wrote via X on Friday, March 29, alongside photos of a bouquet of white flowers and a note from Bey, 42, herself.

“Thank you for opening doors for me, queen. Keep shining,” the note read, signed with “love and respect” from Beyoncé. In 2020, Guyton became the first Black female artist to be nominated for Best Country Solo Performance at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for her song “Black Like Me.” That same year, she was the first black female artist to perform at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

Guyton wrote via X: “God gave me an assignment and I followed. May the doors continue to stay wide open.”

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The gifts didn’t stop there, as musician K. Michelle also shared photos of her white flower bouquet via Instagram on Friday as well, with a similar note of support from the “16 Carriages” singer. “I love what you’ve been doing and I know it’s not easy to enter a new space,” Beyoncé wrote to Michelle, 42. “Sending you positivity and respect. I hope to meet you one day.”

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Michelle, who is also a cast member on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, is currently working on her debut country album, which is expected to drop sometime in 2024, called the gift from Beyoncé “one of the nicest things EVER,” and congratulated the Grammy winner on the release of her latest album, Cowboy Carter.

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“Thank you for giving me my flowers, they are so beautiful,” Michelle captioned her post. “I’m so nervous about FINALLY getting to put out my first country album, and this just fueled the fire 🔥 I’m so motivated.”

Beyoncé also sent a bouquet to Tyla, with a note congratulating the “Water” singer on her “beautiful new album,” with the encouragement to “keep killing it.” Tyla, 22, shared a photo of the card and bouquet via Instagram Story on Saturday, March 30.

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In the second song off Cowboy Carter, a cover of “Blackbird” by The Beatles, Beyoncé spotlighted four other Black female country musicians who joined her on the track: Tanner Adell, Brittney Spencer, Tiera Kennedy and Reyna Roberts.

“Beyoncé taught me how to be soft but strong. A force of nature. I’ve watched her be forged like metal in the fire of this industry and she remained poised, and grateful,” Adell wrote via Instagram on Friday. “Thank you Queen Bey for busting these gates wide open with this album. For letting your light spill over onto MY head. I am humbled by the thought.”

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Leading up to the release of Cowboy Carter, Beyoncé took to Instagram to thank fans for their support following the release of her two singles, “16 Carriages” and “Texas Hold ‘Em,” which made her the first Black woman with a No. 1 single on the Hot Country Songs chart. She also noted that Cowboy Carter was “over five years in the making.”

“It was born out of an experience that I had years ago where I did not feel welcomed … and it was very clear that I wasn’t,” she wrote via Instagram on March 19. “But, because of that experience, I did a deeper dive into the history of Country music and studied our rich musical archive.”

While she did not specify the experience, fans believe it was a reference to her first country single “Daddy Lessons” not being considered eligible for any country music Grammy Awards in 2016.


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