Beyoncé is all about the unexpected and surprises. After declaring on Monday that her new single Break My Soul will be published at 12 a.m. ET via her social network accounts, the pop artist appears to have released the music early on several platforms.
Beyoncé has blessed our ears once again by giving BeyHive a sneak peek at her next album Renaissance by releasing the first track from it early.
The song, “Break My Soul,” was meant to be released at midnight ET, but it was released shortly before 10 p.m. ET on Tidal, the streaming service originally controlled by her husband Jay-Z, along with a lyric video on YouTube.
Beyoncé’s eighth solo album, Renaissance, is expected to be her follow-up to 2016’s Lemonade. The album’s title has been released on several social media profiles (as well as Beyoncé’s website) alongside enigmatic language that reads “act i.”
Last week, the Oscar and Emmy nominee and 28-time Grammy winner revealed Renaissance, her upcoming solo album, which will be released on July 29. When the singer removed her profile images and biographies from her social media pages earlier this month, fans were warned that something was up.
On July 29, we may expect Renaissance. It’ll be accessible on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube Music, among other streaming platforms.
The album is slated to have 16 tracks and will be a follow-up to Beyoncé’s Lemonade, which was released in 2016.
In the years after Lemonade, we’ve gotten our hands on some new Beyoncé songs, including The Lion King: The Gift, a companion album to a 2019 remake of the animated picture; Disney Plus visual album Black Is King; Netflix concert film Homecoming; and Everything Is Love, a collaboration with Jay-Z.
For Be Alive, she received her first Oscar nomination, as well as a Grammy Award for best R&B performance for her tune Black Parade.
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With its piano production, snappy snares, and Bey singing with herself, the house-tinged new single is dance-floor ready.
“You won’t shatter my soul,” she says again in the chorus, establishing a new slogan that will undoubtedly be immortalized on T-shirts and coffee mugs in the future. “Release your wrath, release your thoughts,” Big Freedia, a previous Queen B partner, can be heard shouting.
According to a tweet from Beyoncé’s foundation BeyGood on Wednesday, this is absolutely a solo album. Some eagle-eyed Twitter users observed that one of the album covers in the message is different from the others.
“This album with the red glove isn’t genuine and the hand is pointing at Brandy’s record… Brandy’s album is titled B7 omggggg!!!! BEYONCÉ!!!,” one Twitter user commented. The gloved hand looks to be an easter egg promoting Beyoncé’s seventh solo album.
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