Break My Soul - Beyoncé Drops New Song And it's a Banger!
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B is back, and she is ready to dance! The first single from Beyoncé’s upcoming new album, ‘RENAISSANCE’, ‘Break My Soul’, has been released and it’s a banger.

 

Global (21 June 2022) – You might recognize the backing track on Beyoncé’s new song ‘Break My Soul’ as the artist used the club banger from the 90s… ‘Show Me Love’!

RENAISSANCE will be the first album since 2016’s Lemonade and the announcement of the new album has kept the internet buzzing since last week.

On the 9th of June, Beyoncé removed her profile pictures across various social media platforms, causing speculation that she would be releasing new music. Days later, Beyoncé caused further speculation via her nonprofit BeyGood’s Twitter account, hinting at her upcoming seventh studio album.

The new dance track ‘Break My Soul’ is co-produced by Bey, Tricky Stewart, and The Dream.

The song also features a hook from Big Freedia: “Release your anger, release your mind/Release your job, release the time/Release your trade, release the stress/Release the love, forget the rest.

Jay-Z also has a writing credit on the song, which samples Robyn’s 1993 pop classic “Show Me Love.”

The album is set to be released on July 29, 2022.

Listen to it below:


Sources: Beyoncé
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