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Beyoncé Showing Love on “Break My Soul”

The song heralds a significant shift in the air toward taking things more slowly and spending time for ourselves.

The first taste of Beyoncé’s new album, Renaissance, comes in the shape of a dance single inspired by the vocal house sound of the 1990s, “Show Me Love” by Robin S. Also, features a sample taken from Big Freedia’s ‘Explode,’ which was released in 2014.

Beyoncé has unveiled the first teaser for her upcoming album, ‘BREAK MY SOUL,’ which will be her eighth full-length album and will be released in July under the ‘Renaissance.’ Today, June 21, the tune was made available to stream by Columbia Records.

The song heralds a significant shift in the atmosphere toward taking things more slowly and spending time for ourselves.

To be expected, Beyoncé’s new song articulates all we’ve been feeling; specifically, that we don’t have to stand for our jobs stealing us of our joy, preventing us from sleeping at night, and generally squeezing the life out of us. Now that we’ve had some time to stop and think about all of these things, we realize that it’s vital to us that the constant grind isn’t healthy and doesn’t make room for all of the things we’ve been thinking about.

‘Renaissance,’ as stated in the most recent issue, will feature “music that makes you rise, that takes your attention to civilizations and subcultures, to our people past and present, music that will connect so many on the dance floor, music that affects your soul.”

With a BPM of 115, ‘BREAK MY SOUL’ could be Beyoncé’s first dance-oriented release. Beyoncé produced the new tune, which she also co-produced with Jay Z, The-Dream, Tricky Stewart, and BlaqNmilD.

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