Beyoncé isn't breaking spirits, she's saving them.
Late Monday night, similarly as Juneteenth occasion end of the week shut
Queen Bey delivered "Break My Soul," a flickering dance track
Big Freedia's "Detonate" and gestures to Robin S's. 1993 hit, "Show Me Love."
"You won't break my spirit," Beyoncé rehashes all through the tune
While likewise requiring a reexamination ("And I just quit my place of employment/I will track down another drive")
"The sovereigns toward the front and the doms toward the back/ain't takin' no flicks except for the entire coterie snapped."
The beating tune is the main contribution from "Renaissance," her seventh studio collection
which is expected July 29. It follows Beyoncé's July 2020 visual collection, "Dark is King" - including "Dark Parade,"
On Juneteenth 2020 - and her joint effort with Megan Thee Stallion that year on a remix of "Savage."