Beyoncé fans declare new house banger Break My Soul a “gay anthem”

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Beyoncé has finally made her comeback with the Big Freedia-assisted Break My Soul. The first single from the star’s highly-anticipated seventh studio album Renaissance, Break My Soul is a thumping, 90-inspired house banger that heavily samples Robin S’ classic Show Me Love and Freedia’s bounce track Explode. “Now, I just fell in love, and I just quit my job / I’m gonna find new drive, damn, they work me so damn hard / Work by nine, then off past five / And they work my nerves, that’s why I cannot sleep at night,” she sings on the track.

The anthem was produced by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, who are also credited as writers alongside Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Big Freedia, BlaqNmilD, Christopher Stewart and the original writers of Show Me Love, Fred McFarlane and Allen George.

Freedia, who previously collaborated with the icon on her 2016 single Formation, said it “feels surreal” to be on another track with Beyoncé and is “so honoured to be apart of this special moment”. “I’m forever grateful lord,” she added, “someone please catch me”.

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