Ever since Beyoncé announced her new album and seventh solo studio album, "Renaissance", fans have been going a bit crazy, and now Queen Bey dropped another bomb.
Her new single "Break My Soul", track #6 from the album, was released three hours before the announced time.
In a snub to popular streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify, "Break My Soul" broke on Tidal, which is co-owned by Jay-Z.
A few hours later, it did start streaming on YouTube/Vevo and also came onto Apple Play, Spotify and Amazon Music.
Writing credits for the song are shared by Jay-Z, Adam Pigott (a.k.a BlaqNmilD), Freddie Ross, a.k.a Big Freedia, and the writers of Robin S’s 1993 hit “Show Me Love.”
The song comes co-produced by the same dream team that also made "Single Ladies", Tricky Stewart, and The-Dream so expect a cool bop.
Fans are down for it, calling it the "summer anthem" and "song we all needed now."
Many felt it was targeted at pride month, and commented, “Mom came back with a disco pride anthem."
Others felt it was the perfect song to show off Beyoncé’s continuing musical evolution, and felt this was her declaring, Covid is over!