Beyoncé Has ‘The Best Sample Yet’ Of Her Classic Song, Artist Says

What do you think of Beyoncé’s album, “Cowboy Carter?” What’s your favorite song?

After her Cowboy Carter album release, Nancy Sinatra, Frank Sinatra’s eldest daughter, sent Beyoncé flowers.

Sinatra discussed being on Queen B’s current album on X/Twitter. This rendition of her 1966 hit “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'” may be her greatest.

“To have a little piece of one of my records in a @Beyonce song is very meaningful to me because I love her,” she wrote, referencing the Cowboy Carter track “Ya Ya.” “She represents what is great about today’s music and I’m delighted to be a tiny part of it.”

She added: “This may be the best sample of ‘Boots’ yet! And the beat goes on… #Beyonce.”

Recently, Beyonce also covered Dolly Parton’s classic, ‘Jolene,’ on her Cowboy Carter, and she named Dolly as the only writer for her version of this classic.

Bey sings in her version, “I’m warnin’ you, don’t come for my man,” which is different from Dolly’s version, where she is ‘begging’ Jolene.

Dolly reacted to this version and said, “Wow, I just heard ‘Jolene.’ Beyoncé is giving that girl some trouble and she deserves it! Love, Dolly P.”