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RENAISSANCE is expected to be Beyoncé’s seventh studio album. On June 16, 2022 — the four-year anniversary of EVERYTHING IS LOVE, her collaborative album with her husband JAY-Z, Beyoncé announced the project through her social media bios:
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The title of the project was being hinted at since 2021, on an August interview with Harper’s Bazaar Beyoncé said the following after being asked about new music:
With all the isolation and injustice over the past year, I think we are all ready to escape, travel, love, and laugh again. I feel a renaissance emerging, and I want to be part of nurturing that escape in any way possible
Speculations of an album release started around June 10, when Beyoncé’s social media profile pictures were removed, the day later an empty article titled “WHAT IS A B7?” appeared.
On June 14, the British magazine The Sun reported Beyoncé was working on UK pop-up shows to promote the album and revealed a source told them the project was mostly worked through the pandemic. Beyoncé herself later confirmed this for
The next day, Beyoncé’s nonprofit, the BeyGOOD Foundation, shared a picture on Twitter with various album covers to celebrate Black Music Month, including a never seen before image of an arm with a red glove, driving fans to believe this to be a hint to the new album.
The pre-save page from Apple Music revealed the project contained sixteen tracks.
Variety also reported RENAISSANCE would feature dance and country-leaning tracks, including contributions from songwriter Ryan Tedder.
On June 21, Beyoncé released “BREAK MY SOUL,” the house-inspired lead single of the project.
A leaked description for the CD’s page on Amazon’s Italian local website revealed that RENAISSANCE would be the first installment of a trilogy that would aim to celebrate black music and culture through many flips on past hits. The description also read that the album’s general soundscape would be up-tempo, with a strong dance, house, and even techno-influenced orientation.