On Wednesday, the superstar singer announced her eagerly awaited “Renaissance World Tour” is coming with a post on her verified Instagram account. On her official site, she states that the tour will kick off in Stockholm, Sweden, in May and span Europe before hitting Philadelphia in July. Currently, the tour concludes in New Orleans at Caesars Superdome in September. A tour announcement for Beyoncé’s seventh album, “Renaissance,” was long anticipated by her devoted fan base, the Bey Hive. In 2018, she and her husband, rapper Jay-Z, toured 48 cities across North America and Europe as part of the “On the Run II” tour.
Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, who had become entangled in a sex scandal with then-President Bill Clinton in the 1990s, tweeted the news of Beyoncé removing an ableist slur from her new song “Heated” on her new album “Renaissance” and suggested that she remove a lyric made about her in one of her older songs, “Partition.”
Following the release of her critically acclaimed seventh solo album ‘Renaissance’, the record’s lead single ‘Break My Soul’ could challenge long lasting champions LF System for Number 1 this week. According to reports, ‘Break My Soul’ is set to bounce from number 6 to number 2, but some expect it to go higher in the charts.
Just 48 hours before its scheduled release at midnight E.T. On Thursday, Beyoncé’s entire album was officially leaked. Social media was in a frenzy with comments on the leak. Some posts included CD copies of the album for sale in stores, apparently in Europe. Reps for Beyonce and the album’s distributor, Columbia Records, have not yet responded to the incident and have not commented on the severity of it.
Singer/songwriter Beyonce has released her new single “Break My Soul” earlier than anticipated. The singer dropped her new single Monday night via Tidal, along with a lyric video on Youtube. It’s the first single from the singer’s upcoming seventh studio album, “Renaissance,” which she originally announced would be released on July 29th and said it would only be “act i.” She also subtly indicated it by changing her bios on social media to “6. BREAK MY SOUL midnight ET,” meaning that the single “Break My Soul” would also be her sixth track on the album.
After six long years of anticipation, Beyoncé finally announced the release of her next full-length album, “Renaissance.” Fans have been speculating about the eventual music drop following a hint on the BeyGOOD Foundation’s Twitter account, which is Queen Bey’s nonprofit, and now it has been confirmed in a Columbia Records Instagram post captioned “Beyoncé RENAISSANCE July 29.”