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What to expect from ‘Renaissance’ album as Beyoncé poses for ‘British Vogue’

It’s been an exciting Thursday for BeyHive – and Queen Bey has another trick up her sleeve! Not only that it was announced that Beyoncé is releasing RenaissanceHis long-awaited seventh studio album and his first solo album in six years was due out on July 29, but British the trend Too Turns out that’s her cover star for the Grammy-winning July issue.

Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful takes readers for a fanciful ride, describing the process of creating Rafael Pavarotti’s “Fashion Fantasia” photo shoot for this issue, and the mother-in-law’s brief but intriguing story about her upcoming project. Shares hints. Enninful describes a “magical mood” on set where Beyoncé is surprised by a “slightly surreal” family day trip of husband Jay-Z and their kids.

and when it comes Renaissance, Bey’s first solo album since lemonade In 2016, the editor shared that Beyoncé contributed to the lengthy creative process for Pandemic. It gave her “more time to think and rethink every decision. Just how she likes it.”

“There’s new music coming out—an exciting abundance of it,” the singer tells Enough.

Although Beyoncé didn’t say anything else, it confirms that Renaissance The first half of a much bigger project is here, and fans are eager to discover everything they can find after “Act I.”

Beyonce British Vogue
Rafael Pavarotti/British Vogue
Beyonce British Vogue
Rafael Pavarotti/British Vogue
Beyonce British Vogue
Rafael Pavarotti/British Vogue

News of Queen Bey’s upcoming album broke early Thursday morning on the social media accounts of Columbia Records, Tidal and Spotify. The Declaration was simply a black square with “Act I” and “Renaissance” written in white on each side.

Additionally, Beyoncé updated the bios on her Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages to reflect the release.

Feather Beyonce’s website, fans can pre-order the album in advance, with four box sets available, some of which include a CD, T-shirt, mini-poster, and a 28-page photo booklet. According to the website, the product “starts shipping upon the album’s release on July 29.” Fans can also pre-save the album to their Spotify and/or Apple Music playlist.

Although Renaissance That would be the first full-length studio album she dropped in years, much of the music Beyoncé has produced. She appeared in the 2018 collaborative album everything is love With her husband, as well as with Disney The Lion King: The Gift Soundtrack in 2019. In the same year, she released Homecoming: Live AlbumWhich was with his iconic Coachella performance from 2018.

July issue British Vogue Available June 21 via newsstands and digital download.

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