Kneel, bitches. Beyoncé's Renaissance has shown up. On Friday, Queen Bey delivered her hotly anticipated LP, loaded up with dance-prepared singles, trial sounds, and hot verses.
The trial LP opens with a vogue-prepared introduction before Beyoncé proclaims on "I'm That Girl:" "I pull up in these garments, look so great.
Since I'm in that digger/You realize this multitude of melodies sound great since I'm on that cultivator/Deadass.
The collection advances into the tropical, runway-prepared "Comfortable" prior to driving into the dancefloor-made "Outsider Superstar," where Beyoncé sings,
"No other person in this world can think like me. I'm bent. I'm gone against. Keep him dependent."
Bey funks it up with hot "Sleeve It," lively "Plastic Off the Sofa," and disco-imbued "Virgo's Groove."
Beyoncé provided fans with a first taste of the collection when she delivered the principal single, "Break My Soul" last month. She reported the collection's tracklist last week,
days subsequent to sharing the collection's cover craftsmanship — a photograph of an almost bare Beyoncé riding a spooky, translucent pony while gazing eagerly into the camera.
The vocalist depicted her goals in making the collection in an Instagram post.
"It permitted me to feel free and bold in when little else was moving," she composed.
"My aim was to make a protected spot, a spot without judgment. A spot to be liberated from compulsiveness and overthinking.