Mickey Guyton Shared That Beyoncé Sent Her A Heartfelt Gift For Her Help In ‘Opening Doors’ In Country


Hours after Beyoncé dropped her new album Cowboy Carter, she also sent musician Mickey Guyton a truly lovely surprise. Guyton posted a picture of a large bouquet of white flowers that she received, along with a heartfelt note from Queen Bey.

“Mickey, thank you for opening doors for me queen,” Beyoncé wrote in the card. “Keep shining.”

“With opportunity comes possibility,” Guyton captioned the sweet photo. “The possibilities are endless with you @Beyonce. God gave me an assignment and I followed. May the doors continue to stay wide open.”

For fans who weren’t already familiar with her or her career, Guyton is a country musician from Texas and a five-time Grammy nominee. Specifically, she is the first Black woman to be nominated for the Best Country Solo Performance, after her 2020 song “Black Like Me” became a major and impactful hit. She then released her debut album in 2021.

Guyton is also a huge Beyoncé fan. About two years ago, she performed Bey’s “If I Were A Boy” as a cover during her Global Citizen Festival set. Most recently, she shared a throwback video on Instagram and pointed out how she was “so excited” to hear her in her “country era.”

View Mickey Guyton’s post about her gift from Beyoncé above.

Cowboy Carter is out now via Parkwood/Columbia. Find more information here.