Beyonce ‘Break My Soul’ Fan Review: Singer’s new song gets dubbed as ‘pro-gay summer anthem’

Beyonce’s latest banger called ‘Break My Soul’ was first officially released on Tidal- a streaming platform owned by her rapper husband Jay Z


                            Beyonce ‘Break My Soul’ Fan Review: Singer’s new song gets dubbed as ‘pro-gay summer anthem’
Beyonce has released a new single called 'Break My Soul' (Photos by Kevin Winter/Getty Images/Tidal)
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Hashtags like ‘#BreakMySoul’, and ‘BeyIsBack’ quickly reserved one of the top spots on Monday, June 20 after Beyonce dropped the very first single off her upcoming seventh album ‘Renaissance’. While the majority of artists choose Friday to drop new music, Queen Bey helped everyone get rid of their Monday blues with her latest offering.

Beyonce’s new banger called ‘Break My Soul’ was first officially released on Tidal—a streaming platform owned by her rapper husband Jay Z. An official lyric video of the single later appeared on the Grammy-winning singer’s YouTube channel. Within minutes of ‘Break My Soul’ release, the song trended at the numero uno spot in the US and worldwide. Beyonce’s new single was released hours after she announced it via her Instagram bio.
 
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Beyonce makes a splashing comeback

Beyonce, in the first verse, sings, “Now, I just fell in love, and I just quit my job/I'm gonna find new drive, damn, they work me so damn hard/Work by nine, then off past five/And they work my nerves, that's why I cannot sleep at night.” Whereas, her second verse too quickly got viral as she crooned, “I'ma let down my hair 'cause I lost my mind/Bey is back and I'm sleeping real good at night/The queen's in the front and the Dom's in the back/Ain't taking no flicks but the whole clique snapped.” Stream the full song here

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The dance number has been co-produced by Bey, Tricky Stewart, and The-Dream, and features the following a catchy 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.” The 40-year-old singer is gearing up for the release of her seventh album ‘Renaissance’ scheduled for a July 29 release. It will be her first solo studio album since 2016 ‘Lemonade.’

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‘Beyoncé just confirmed that gay agenda is real’

Beyonce’s ‘Break My Soul’ got dubbed as the perfect gay anthem for the summer as one of the users stated, “Beyoncé gave us an anti-capitalist, pro-gay summer anthem with vocals, rapping, a choir call and response, and FREEDIA. We really won.” Whereas, another stated, “Not Beyoncé giving us a dance Vogue song during Pride month THATS MY F**KING MOTHER.” One user posted, “Those students who do the vogue Tiktoks at school are going to kill it with this new Beyonce song.”  

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The next one tweeted, “I’m telling you all the gays will be Voguing to Beyoncé.” Another shared, “Beyoncé gave us a 4 minute and 38 second song!!! I hope all the other industry gurls follow suite and be done with these 2 minute songs.” One added, “Beyoncé releasing a new song sampling Show Me Love during Pride month?? That’s gay rights.” And, another user shared, “I will be singing Beyoncé Break My Soul at the top of my lungs at every gay club I attend.” One fan concluded, “Beyoncé just confirmed that the gay agenda is real, protect her at all costs!”

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