Beyoncé is back. A new album, Renaissance, releases July 29, confirms a product listing on its website. The disc is apparently subtitled “acte i”. Tweets of diffusion services hinted at the album after Beyoncé’s social media biography have been updated with title and date. In accordance with his mysterious release strategies, no further information has been revealed, although an unverifiable Tweeter from the tireless fan account Beyoncé Legion suggests Renaissance is a 16 song album. Pitchfork emailed Beyoncé’s publicist for comment.
The box list confirming Renaissance includes collectible CD, t-shirt and box. The product image will be updated when the campaign artwork is revealed. The box set will include a 28-page booklet and a mini poster.
The new era of Beyoncé’s ceremonial releases began the night of December 13, 2013, when she surprised the world by suddenly releasing her self-titled visual album. A week before its release Lemonade, she shared a trailer for her visual album counterpart; details were not revealed until the full album was released. These albums were filled with star contributors who kept their work secret. Beyonce starring Frank Ocean, Drake, JAY-Z and Sia. Lemonade credited Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, the Weeknd, James Blake, Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, and father John Misty.
Since she left Lemonadeshe teamed up with JAY-Z on the 2018 album all is love. In 2019, she comes out Back home, a live album and concert film that documented his signature Coachella headlining set. She appeared in the movie and the soundtrack for Disney’s update of The Lion King and the executive produced the accompanying compilation The Lion King: The Gift. In 2020, she released another accompanying visual album, black is king.
Beyoncé kicked off 2021 with a milestone. When “Black Parade” won Best R&B Performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards, it set the record for the most Grammys won by a female artist. The record was previously held by Alison Krauss.
At the end of the same year, Beyoncé released “Be Alive” – an Oscar-nominated contribution to the biopic Venus and Serena Williams King Richard. Although the song didn’t win the Oscar (which went to Billie Eilish’s James Bond theme), Beyoncé opened the show with a rendition of the song on the Compton tennis courts where the Williams sisters practiced. when they were children. Blue Ivy joined her for the performance, which was secretly filmed a week in advance under the code name “Project Red”.
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