Beyoncé Releases “America Has a Problem” Remix with Kendrick Lamar


Beyoncé surprisingly released a remix of her “Renaissance” hit “America Has a Problem”. Kendrick Lamar Friday night.

The new version of the song is from Lamar’s AI (“Even AI should practice cloning Kendrick”) to Beyhive (“I’m an honorary Beyhive, let’s see why they?” diamonds don’t fly”). Beyoncé then takes the rest of the song playing at four minutes and 20 seconds. The remix’s cover art features an American flag made of what looks like red, white, and blue bullets.

“America Has a Problem” has been gaining popularity recently, in part thanks to the choreography Beyoncé revealed when her “Renaissance” world tour, which inspired a TikTok trend, kicks off in Stockholm, Sweden, on May 10. Beyoncé’s first tour in nearly five years will continue through September, hitting both Europe and North America. Up to the present, his set list It featured hits such as “Formation”, “Run the World (Girls),” “Love on Top”, “Crazy in Love”, “Naughty Girl”, “Drunk in Love” and many songs from “Renaissance”.

Beyoncé and Lamar previously collaborated on “Freedom” from 2016’s “Lemonade” and “Nile” from “The Lion King: The Gift”. Lamar released his first album in five years, “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers” won a Grammy for best rap album last year. “The Heart Part 5” also received awards for its rap performance and rap song. “Renaissance” also won a Grammy major: “Break My Soul” wins an award-winning dance/electronic recording, “Plastic Off the Sofa” hosts a traditional R&B performance, and “Cuff It” wins an R&B song.

Listen to the “America Has a Problem” remix below.

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