Michelle Obama shares high praise for Beyoncé’s new track ‘Break My Soul’

Michelle Obama has shared high praise for Beyoncé’s new track, ‘Break My Soul’The star was told by the actress that she “can’t help but dance and sing along”To it.

Last week, the pop icon announced that her seventh solo album would be released. ‘RENAISSANCE’ – the follow-up to 2016’s acclaimed ‘Lemonade’ – on July 29.

On Tuesday morning (June 21), she surprised fans by dropping the album’s first single, ‘Break My Soul’ – a house-inspired dancefloor cut that Camille Atebe‘s Kyann-Sian Williams called “a groovy self-love track”It exudes confidence and has received a four-star rating.

Among the fans of Beyoncé’s new single is former First Lady Michelle Obama, who took to Twitter to share her thoughts on the up-beat club track.

“Queen @Beyonce, you’ve done it again! ‘Break My Soul’ is the song we all need right now, and I can’t help but dance and sing along while listening to it,”Obama added: “Can’t wait for the album!”

‘Break My Soul’ samples both ‘Show Me Love’Robin S. ‘Explode’ by Big Freedia, the New Orleans bounce music torchbearer whom Beyoncé collaborated with on ‘Formation’.

Tricky Stewart and The Dream, who have previously worked with Bey ‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)’They are also acknowledged on the track alongside JAY-Z, Adam. “BlaqNmilD”Pigott is a New Orleans producer who worked with Drake on singles ‘In My Feelings’And ‘Nice For What’.

It was reported previously that ‘RENAISSANCE’ will feature pop and country tracks with contributions from Ryan Tedder, the OneRepublic frontman and hit songwriter who co-wrote Beyoncé’s 2008 hit ‘Halo’.

Another contributor is said to be Raphael Saadiq, who, besides being co-founder of pioneering R&B group Tony! Toni! Toné! and the brainchild of early 2000s supergroup Lucy Pearl, has crafted hits as a songwriter for Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder and Beyoncé’s sister Solange for her 2016 album ‘A Seat At The Table’.

Beyoncé confirmed she was working on new music last summer. “I’ve been in the studio for a year and a half,”She explained. “Sometimes it takes a year for me to personally search through thousands of sounds to find just the right kick or snare. One chorus can have up to 200 stacked harmonies.”

The singer sang on: “Still, there’s nothing like the amount of love, passion, and healing that I feel in the recording studio. After 31 years, it feels just as exciting as it did when I was nine years old. Yes, the music is coming!”

Back in November, Beyoncé dropped a powerful new track called ‘Be Alive’Which appears on the soundtrack of the Will Smith-starring film King Richard.

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