Beyoncé Releases Seventh Album Renaissance

Beyoncé’s long-awaited and highly anticipated seventh studio album, Renaissance, is now available for the world to hear. Following the main visual album Lemonade, the 16-song LP marked their first solo album in 6 years. Critics, including NPR Music’s Sidney Madden and Ann Powers, have said of the preview that the renaissance marks a musical evolution for the global superstar.

Features of Drake and Raphael Sadiq

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The Renaissance features guest features from Grace Jones, Thames and BEAM. Also includes a variety of credits from heavy hitters in the music industry. Including several of The-Dream’s collaborators on the megahit “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)”. and producer Mike Dean, and features Drake and Rafael Sadiq.

Beyonce Wrote About the Renaissance

On her website, Beyoncé writes about the renaissance. “This three work project was recorded over three years during the pandemic. There is a time. But there is also a time. That I found most creative. An indication that the new release is the first of three parts.

Show Me Love” sample Robin S.

Last month, she surprisingly removed a single from the record. “Break My Soul,” an energetic track rooted in dance music influences, featuring Big Freedia and a sample of the 1990 Diva House hit “Show Me Love” by Robin S.

Use of social media to update the world

In typical Bey fashion, not too many details about the album were revealed for more than a week before its release. She took to social media to update the world on the project. Including its official announcement. Which came after she removed the profile pictures from her social media pages.

Media stores in France and the Netherlands

Beyonce when Beyonce wants it. Despite the proven ability to deliver the same to the world, the new album was leaked online just two days before its release. Some fans alleged that they had quickly spotted the CDs for sale in media stores in France and the Netherlands.

She addressed the leak, and the response it received from patient fans on social media, in a post just before the album’s actual release, writing: “I appreciate you for calling out anyone trying to break into the club quickly. We’ll take our time and enjoy the music.” To that end, and the album is initially being released without the video. Unlike Lemonade’s visual-heavy release in 2016 and the self-titled album in 2013.

to feel strong and sexy

“My intention was to create a safe space, a place without judgment.” Beyoncé’s statement on her website reads. “A place to be free from perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream, to be free, to feel freedom. It was a beautiful journey of exploration. I hope you enjoy this music. I hope this inspires you to swoon. Ha! And to feel unique, strong and sexy just like you.”

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