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Beyoncé Releases ‘Break My Soul’ Remix Collection: Listen

In support of her debut single, Beyoncé tapped Will.i.amHoney Dijon, and several others to remix “Break My Soul.”

Beyoncé dropped the four track remixed EP containing new versions by, Honey Dijon, Chicago house great Terry Hunter and the multitalented DJ/producer/percussionist/singer Nita Aviance.

Taking to Twitter, Nita celebrated her version by writing, “anyone comin @Beyonce for this moment not bein bout real house music, CATCH, they got ya girl involved! this one is for the queens, dancefloor divas & all the late-night revelers. see u at the club.”

Honey Dijon, who helped produce two other Renaissance tracks, “Cozy” and “Alien Superstar” previously spoke about getting to work with Beyoncé on her new album, stating, “Your elegance, beauty, talent, work ethic, and vision is truly inspirational. To share my Chicago house music roots and black queer and trans culture with you and the world is profound and emotional. I am honored, humbled, delirious with joy, and proud.”

Though she released a collaborative album with Jay-Z, Everything Is Love, and spearheaded the soundtrack album, The Lion King: The Gift, Renaissance is Beyoncé’s first proper solo album since Lemonade (2016.) While her new LP received rave reviews, it’s not without comes controversy, including her commitment to remove the word “spaz” from her song “Heated” (after facing backlash from disability advocates who said the word was an ableist slur. The superstar singer also removed an interpolation of “Milkshake” from “Energy” after Kelis criticized her for using the 2003 hit, calling it an act of “thievery.”

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Author: Al Denté

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