Le­mon­ade jar runs dry

Bay of Plenty Times - - ENTERTAINMENT -

No more juice is left in Bey­once’s le­mon­ade jar: The singer did not re­lease new mu­sic though two al­bums fea­tur­ing old Bey­once songs were streamed re­cently.

Un­der the name Queen Carter, the al­bums Have Your Way and Back Up, Rewind ap­peared on Spo­tify and Ap­ple Mu­sic, fea­tur­ing demos, pre­vi­ously re­leased songs and un­re­leased tracks by Bey­once. Hours later, they were re­moved.

The 10-track Have Your Way

in­cluded songs like Af­ter All is Said and Done, Bey­once’s duet with Marc Nel­son from the Best Man sound­track, re­leased in 1999; Hol­ly­wood, a song with Jay-z from his 2006 al­bum King­dom Come; and Hey Gold­mem­ber

from the sound­track for 2002’s Austin Pow­ers in Gold­mem­ber, which starred Bey­once. It also fea­tured Crazy Feel­ings, the singer’s col­lab­o­ra­tion with Missy El­liott from the rap­per’s sopho­more al­bum, 1999’s Da Real World; and Fever, a cover of the 50s hit used in an ad for Bey­once’s per­fume and for the sound­track for The Fight­ing Temp­ta­tions, an­other film Bey­once ap­peared in.

fea­tured 11 tracks

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