Beyonce will drop a new single, “Break My Soul,” at midnight ET

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Beyonce will release “Break My Soul,” the first single from her seventh solo studio album “Renaissance,” tonight at midnight ET/9 p.m. PT, the singer advertised on social media Monday morning. Exceptionally, the announcement was not made via a tweet or an Instagram post but rather on his profile on each platform; the song appears to be the album’s sixth track.

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While some expected the singer to release a new song this weekend or even on Juneteenth – which took place on Sunday and is officially celebrated as a public holiday today – as she did a while ago. two years with his last major single, “Black Parade”, the timing of this one may reflect a song that has nothing to do with the holidays.

Beyonce announced early Thursday that the long-awaited album will arrive on July 29. Sources say Variety that the album will contain both dance and country tracks, according to the source, with contributions from hit songwriter Ryan Tedder, who co-wrote his 2008 hit “Halo” as well as hits for Adele, Taylor Swift, the Jonas Bros. and his own band, OneRepublic. Raphael Saadiq is also said to be involved, who has created hits for Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo, Stevie Wonder, John Legend and Andra Day as well as his own excellent solo albums, and executive produced “A Seat at the Table”. the widely acclaimed 2016 album by Beyoncé’s sister, Solange.

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It was unclear whether the country songs will appear on a separate album or as part of the first edition of “Renaissance.” Country isn’t new ground for the singer: “Daddy Lessons,” from 2016’s “Lemonade,” is heavy on twang and was even covered by the Chicks (then known as the Dixie Chicks).

Fans have already been searching for information suggesting the album will contain 16 tracks, and the fact that it’s a multi-part release makes it clear that it’s billed as “Act 1.” Beyoncé’s website also offered pre-orders on four different box sets for the album, billed as “Pose” 1-4 and including a CD, t-shirt and box. However, since they all ship on the day of the album’s release, it seems likely that they are simply different packages for “Act 1.”

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The singer sounded the alarm that something was brewing earlier this month, when she deleted her social media accounts, which, as evidenced by the lack of profile pictures, have still not been fully repopulated .

Beyoncé has actually released four albums since her hit 2016 release “Lemonade,” though none of them are full Beyoncé solo albums: In 2018, she released “Everything Is Love,” a team with her husband Jay-Z as The Carters; in April 2019, she released “Homecoming,” an album of her electrifying 2018 headlining performance at Coachella, for which she was accompanied by a full marching band (which was also released as a Netflix special as part of a $60 million deal; and that summer she followed it up with “The Lion King: The Gift,” a companion album to the Disney film that featured several new songs by her – with contributions by Kendrick Lamar, Donald Glover and others – plus songs featuring 070 Shake, Tierra Whack and African artists like Burna Boy, Mr. Eazi, Tiwa Savage and others; a deluxe edition of this album includes three additional titles was released a year later.

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