Beyoncé's 'Cowboy Carter' Collaborators Get Matching 'Blackbiird' Tattoos

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Several artists who collaborated with Beyoncé on her new Cowboy Carter album got matching tattoos to commemorate the achievement.

On Sunday (April 7), Tanner Adell, Brittney Spencer, Reyna Roberts, and Tiera Kennedy, who appeared on Cowboy Carter's “Blackbiird,” shared the way they celebrated their collab with Bey at the CMT Music Awards.

“I’m so grateful that my favorite artist in the world chose me to be a part of her project, and that is so incredible,” Roberts said on the red carpet.

The artist later revealed that she, Adell, Spencer, and Kennedy got matching "Blackbiird" tattoos.

“We all got a symbolism of our blackbird,” Roberts said.

Roberts said collaborating with fellow Black artists was "just incredible."

“It’s just incredible,” she said. “The camaraderie and us supporting each other and congratulating each other on this big success that we could all experience together has been phenomenal.”

During pre-ceremony festivities for the CMT Music Awards, Adell said she was unsure if she would make the final cut of Cowboy Carter.

“I found out along with the rest of the world what all of this sounded like and looked like, and it was just as much as it gets for me as I know it was for everyone else,” she said.

Adell also shared that each of the collaborators' blackbird tattoos has their own flair.

“We all did it in our own style and how we wanted to,” the artist said.

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