Beyonce Opens Up About Motivation for Her to Keep Making Music

In a new interview, the 'Cowboy Carter' artist reveals what drives her to keep making music, inspired by the success of rising black country stars she has collaborated with.

AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles' latest album, "Cowboy Carter", has proven that genre boundaries cannot hold her creativity. In a recent interview, the 42-year-old icon shared her motivation for pushing musical boundaries and inspiring a new generation of artists.

While acknowledging the success of "Cowboy Carter" and her chart-topping country single "Texas Hold 'Em", Beyonce emphasized that these milestones were not her primary driving force. Instead, she finds motivation in seeing other young black country artists, such as Shaboozey, Tierra Kennedy and Brittney Spencer, "flying to new heights" and "inspiring the world."

"When you are breaking down barriers, not everyone is ready and open for a shift," Beyonce stated. However, the success of these collaborators is what "motivates" her to continue making music.

Beyonce's recent music experiments, including "Renaissance" and "Cowboy Carter", have explored the roots of various genres and highlighted the influence of Black artists. She recognizes that "industry gatekeepers" are often resistant to these genre-bending endeavors, especially from a black woman.

Despite these challenges, Beyonce remains defiant, saying, "I'm honored to introduce so many people to the roots of so many genres. I'm so thrilled that my fans trusted me."

She added that her desire to push boundaries comes from a point of personal growth and artistic purpose. "Once you have challenged yourself and poured every ounce of your life into your art, it's impossible to go backward," she explained.

As Beyonce continues to make history in music, she leaves a legacy of empowerment and inspiration for both her fans and aspiring artists alike. Her motivation to create music that breaks down barriers and uplifts others is a testament to her enduring impact on the industry.

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