Beyoncé's seventh studio album, 'Renaissance,' is released.

Beyoncé's seventh studio album, 'Renaissance,' is released.

Beyoncé's seventh studio album, 'Renaissance,' is released.

In typical Beyoncé fashion, few details about the album were revealed more than a week before its release. She took to social media to keep the world updated on the project, including its official announcement, after removing profile pictures from all of her social media pages.

"Thank you to all of the pioneers who created culture, and to all of the fallen angels whose contributions have gone unacknowledged for far too long," her website continues.

Beyoncé wrote of Renaissance on her website, "This three act project was recorded over three years during the pandemic." A time to be still, but also a time when I found myself to be the most creative," implying that the new release is the first of three.


Last month, she released a surprise single from the album, "BREAK MY SOUL," an energetic track with dance music influences, featuring Big Freedia and sampling Robin S's 1990 diva house hit "Show Me Love."

Renaissance features guest appearances by Grace Jones, Tems, and BEAM, as well as credits from heavy hitters in the music industry, including several from The-Dream, a collaborator on the megahit "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," and producer Mike Dean, as well as features by Drake and Raphael Saadiq.

Renaissance, Beyoncé's long-awaited and highly anticipated seventh studio album, is now available for the world to hear. Her first solo album in six years, the 16-song LP follows the seminal visual album Lemonade. Previews have prompted critics such as NPR Music's Sidney Madden and Ann Powers to declare that Renaissance represents a musical evolution for the global superstar.

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