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Beyoncé Dedicates Album Renaissance to Late Gay Uncle

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RENAISSANCE, on Friday. It will mark six years since Queen B’s last solo album, Lemonade. It was confirmed Thursday that her latest is dedicated to her family, including her late gay uncle.We were all lucky to get a sneak peek of the album with the song “Break My Soul” that came out this past June.

The song not only made it onto Billboard’s top 10, but it also became the anthem for the Great Resignation.The single samples from LGBTQ+ artist Big Freedia.

For CNN, Jacquelyne Germain wrote that the song is inspired by the Black queer beginnings of house music.As fans anticipated this new album’s full release, they turned to search for any clues that might reveal details of the project.

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