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Beyoncé Announces Release Date for New Album "Renaissance" on July 29
The 16-track "Renaissance" is scheduled to be released on July 29. Beyoncé has announced the name and release date for her upcoming album.
On March 14, 2021, Beyonce performs at the 63rd Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Beyoncé has announced the name and release date of her upcoming album, "Renaissance," which is scheduled to arrive on July 29.
The singer started adding the songs and merchandise to her website on Thursday, and Tidal and Spotify were only two of the streaming platforms to herald Beyoncé's release.
When Beyoncé last week deleted her profile photos from all of her social media channels, she gave her followers a heads-up that something significant was about to happen.
The follow-up to 2016's "Lemonade" is slated to be "Renaissance," but the artist has been busy lately, appearing on Megan Thee Stallion's remix of "Savage" and performing the song "Be Alive" from the movie "King Richard" to open the 2022 Academy Awards.
She was the curator and producer of "The Lion King: The Gift," the soundtrack album for the 2019 remake of "The Lion King." The soundtrack song "Black Parade" earned Beyoncé her 28th Grammy in 2021 for best R&B performance.
On July 29, Beyonce will release Renaissance, a new album that is already available for pre-order.
Here it is, then. On July 29, Beyonce's Renaissance album will be available on streaming sites. On her website, you may pre-order CDs as well.
On March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, Beyoncé accepts the Best Rap Performance trophy for "Savage" on stage at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards held at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Renaissance has 16 tracks and is already available for pre-save on Apple Music, according to this feature. But the names of the songs haven't been made public yet.