Beyonce Releases First Single ‘Break My Soul’ From ‘Renaissance’!!

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Beyonce Releases First Single 'Break My Soul' From 'Renaissance'

To the surprise of many, Beyonce dropped a second album, titled Break My Soul, just three hours before releasing “Renaissance,” her seventh studio album as a solo artist.

They didn’t expect to see a new album released in the middle of another new album’s release.

By Releasing The First Song From ‘Renaissance’ This Morning, Beyonce Surprised The Music Industry!!

To announce her triumphant return, Beyonce has released a new song called “You Won’t Break My Soul,” which sounds like a dance hall anthem.

Beyonce Releases First Single 'Break My Soul' From 'Renaissance'

Fanciers have never been more moved by lyrics like “Bey is back and I’m sleeping real nice at night,” “I did find me a new foundation,” and “And I’m taking my new salvation” than they have been by “And I’m a construct my own foundation.”

Beyonce’s husband Jay Z co-owns Tidal, the streaming service where her sixth studio album, Break my Soul, will only be available for purchase and listening on Tidal. Making this choice would have cost her millions in streaming revenues. There are a few exceptions: Spotify Premium, Apple Music, and Amazon Music are the only places where you can get the new album. Lemonade, a Tidal exclusive, was later available on iTunes.

Beyonce confirmed the release of Renaissance, her fourth studio album, on June 16th, and the album’s lead single, the currently popular Break My Soul, is the album’s first single. Due to her recent unpredictability, the female superstar is trying to be difficult to get. She startled the music business by releasing the album on Tuesday instead of Friday.

The “Beyaissance” era would be the moniker given to the Renaissance woman’s era. An oath she made to herself many years ago appears to be being fulfilled by the extraordinary woman.

After a six-year break following the release of her debut album Lemonade in 2016, she has finally achieved commercial success.

Important insiders have told us that Ryan Tedder, the American singer, and songwriter best known for penning songs for Beyonce and Taylor Swift‘s “Love Story,” will collaborate on the album’s dance and country tracks. In spite of this, the album’s country segment has yet to be officially established.

Raphael Saadiq, a multi-instrumentalist, is also making headlines with the release of the actress’s new album. In addition to Mary J. Blige, Steve Wonder, John Legend, and Andra Day, the record producer Raphael has contributed enough. In addition, he was the producer of Beyonce’s sister Solange’s highly acclaimed album, “Seat at the Table.”

Fans have already done their research and discovered that the Renaissance would comprise 16 tracks, each of which would be published as a separate act.

Even though she hasn’t posted any photos on her social media accounts, the popular singer has already garnered attention when she was on a social media sabbatical.