Beyoncé Shares New Instrumental and A Capella Versions of “Break My Soul”

Beyoncé has released new instrumental and a capella versions of her Renaissance single “Break My Soul.” Check them out below.

Renaissance is out July 29. The follow-up to Lemonade includes credits a ton of notable composers, namely: Drake, Jay-Z, Skrillex, The-Dream, Honey Dijon, Labrinth, Raphael Saadiq, Tems, Syd, Lucky Daye, Leven Kali, Dixson, No I.D., and 070 Shake. In addition, the album appears to sample music from Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, James Brown, and others.

Beyoncé announced Renaissance in mid-June. “Break My Soul” arrived a few days later. On June 30, Beyoncé revealed the cover artwork for the album, which calls back to both John Collier’s Lady Godiva painting and a photograph of Bianca Jagger entering Studio 54 on a white horse for her 30th birthday.

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