(RNN) - Beyonce is full of surprises lately. She released a self-titled video album in the middle of the night, dropped in for a coordinated dance during sister Solange's Coachella performance and now she's part of a surprise collaboration with singer-songwriter/producer Boots.
Boots released the song Dreams via his SoundCloud account Tuesday and much to his fans' (and the world's) surprise, it featured backup vocals and one verse by Beyonce.
Boots, whose real name is Jordy Asher, worked heavily on Beyonce's self-titled video album and was credited with a total of four songs. He was unknown at the time Beyonce was released, but that's about to change.
Dreams is part of his upcoming 16-song album, WinterSpringSummerFall. He slowly rolled out each song from the album via SoundCloud, saving one of the best for last. And with more than 63,000 listens and 1,000 likes, we'd say fans approve.
Dreams can be purchased via Boots' SoundCloud page for only 99 cents.
But hey, surprise or not, we'll take some new Beyonce music anytime.
The lineup for Austin City Limits is out – and as always, does not disappoint.
This year's festival, spanned across two weekends, features Pearl Jam, Outkast, Lana Del Rey, Lorde, Eminem and The Head and the Heart, for starters.
You can see the full list at http://bit.ly/1hm47f0.
Three-day passes went on sale Tuesday, while single day passes will be available a little later.
Austin City Limits rocks Oct. 3 through 5 and Oct. 10 through 12.
Country singer Glen Campbell, diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2011, has been moved into a care facility .
"Sadly, Glen's condition has progressed enough that we were no longer able to keep him at home," Campbell's family said in a statement to Rolling Stone.
"He is getting fantastic care and we get to see him every day. Our family wants to thank everyone for their continued prayers, love and support."
After going public with his diagnosis, Campbell went on one final tour for fans in 2013.
We wish the best of care to the Rhinestone Cowboy.
In celebration of their 40th anniversary, Blondie will release a two-disc album, titled 4(0) Ever, on May 13.
4(0) Ever is comprised of two disks, Ghosts of Download and Deluxe Redux: Greatest Hits. Ghosts of Download will feature all-new songs by the band and Redux: Greatest Hits will include new studio recordings of their biggest hits.
The album is available for pre-order on iTunes. Anyone who pre-orders will receive an automatic free download of I Want To Drag You Around and anyone who simply purchases the album through iTunes will get three bonus tracks and a digital booklet.
For the entire track listing of both albums, visit http://www.blondie.net/blondie-to-release-40th-anniversary-double-disc-package-on-may-13-2014/.
The 25th Anniversary show of the Billboard Latin Music Awards will air this Thursday, April 24.
What has become known as the most prestigious awards show in Latin music will see performances by Chayanne, Marc Anthony, Enrique Iglesias, Wisin, Christian Castro, Michel Telo, Sean Paul, Ricky Martin, Andrea Bocelli and many more.
Bocelli will receive the Billboard Lifetime Achievement Award and Franco de Vita will receive the Billboard Hall of Fame Award. Carol Vives, of Colombia, will receive the Billboard Spirit of Hope Award for his long-standing dedication to humanitarian work.
The show will be hosted by Raul Gonzalez, Roselyn Sanchez and Laura Flores. It airs Thursday at 7 p.m. ET on Telemundo.
For the full list of nominees, visit http://www.billboardevents.com/latin/awards.
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Ray LaMontagne: Supernova - April 29
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