Beyoncé ‘Renaissance’ New Album Release Date, Songs, News, and Details
Is it too early to announce the best new album of 2022? Perhaps, but now that Beyoncé has officially signaled her return to the air, we can all bet that B7 will top the charts within hours of its drop — and all the majors. Best books to follow. Unlike her previous surprise album releases, Queen B allowed fans to worry a little earlier by sharing a release date for her next disc, Renaissance: July 29. Here’s everything we know about the Beyhive rocking news.
When Renaissance go out?
The album will be available to stream on Tidal, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and Spotify on July 29, although the exact time of the drop is TBD. Superfans can also buy one of four sets of boxeswhich includes a decorative box, t-shirt and CD Renaissance. (Yes, they still exist.)
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What kind of music will Renaissance feature?
Based on The Hollywood ReporterMultiple reports “suggest” that the new release will feature 16 tracks and be a multi-part album, with the title “Act I” attached to the announcement.
Other reports seem to suggest the album will feature a mix of Beyoncé’s beloved hip-hop, R&B, and disco. In her June 2022 cover story for British VogueBeyoncé was only quoted twice — and never talked about her upcoming music — but writer and EIC Edward Enniful had a chance to hear Renaissance and the project description is as follows:
Immediately, a wall of sound hit me. High-pitched vocals and intense beats combine and in a split second I’m transported back to the clubs of my youth. I want to get up and start moving. It’s the music that I love. Music elevates you, directs your mind to cultures and subcultures, to who we are in the past and present, music that unites so many people on the dance floor, music that touches your soul. As always with Beyoncé, it’s all about purpose. I sat back, after the wave, absorbing it all.
Hours later British Vogue feature has landed, Diversity reported that “a source familiar with the project” had more insights to share. Clear, Renaissance will feature “both dance and country music” and include songwriting credits from Ryan Tedder, who wrote Beyoncé’s hit “Halo” and Raphael Saadiq.
What are the featured tracks? Renaissance?
No one knows yet, but we’re hoping to announce at least one Blue Ivy collaboration. She is now a Grammy Award winner like her mother, after all!
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