Beyonce’s newest single is here.
According to Variety and Billboard, the 40-year-old pop superstar dropped a new track, “Break My Soul,” on Monday, just days after she announced that her seventh solo studio album, “Renaissance,” is coming late next month.
The disco-inspired song, which first appeared on Tidal on Monday night before hitting YouTube, was available on Spotify, Apple Music and other major streaming services by midnight Tuesday, the entertainment outlets reported. The digital single also was available on Beyonce’s official website for $1.29.
“You won’t break my soul,” the 28-time Grammy Award winner repeats in the chorus, adding, “I’m telling everybody.”
On Thursday, several streaming services revealed that “Renaissance” would drop July 29. Meanwhile, the “Formation” singer’s website was updated with a page that allows fans to “pre-save” the release or pre-order a box set for $39.99, according to New Musical Express.
Beyonce released her last solo studio album, “Lemonade,” in 2016, The Independent reported. She and husband Jay-Z also released the collaborative album “Everything Is Love” in 2018, according to the news outlet.
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