Beyoncé Evokes Lady Godiva on New Album Cover

When Beyoncé Announces Her New Album Renaissance over a month before its release on July 29, it was clear that the superstar had removed the element of surprise she used for her eponymous album, and Lemonade favors a proper, traditional capital-r implementation. So we’ve got little teases here and there: a Vogue story hinting at the album’s sound, a lead single from the instant hit “Break My Soul,” and today Now brings the album cover,. which features a dazzling Beyoncé in a minimalist metallic outfit and riding atop a see-through glowing horse.

“Creating this album allowed me to have a place to dream and find an escape during a terrifying time for the world. It allows me to feel free and adventurous in a time when everything else is moving. My intention is to create a safe place, a place of no judgment,” Beyonce wrote in the caption. “A place without perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream, release, feel freedom. It was a beautiful journey of discovery. I hope you find joy in this music. I hope it inspires you to release the sway. Ha! And to feel as unique, powerful and sexy as you are. “

The statement matches the sound and theme of “Break My Soul,” in which Beyoncé sings about finding a new purpose on the fun, evocative beat “Show Me Love” by Robin S.

According to a report in Diversity, the album will be part of a multi-part series, hence the subtitle Screen I. The LP will apparently also feature contributions from Ryan Tedder (and Raphael Saadiq.

Online fans commented that the cover bears a striking resemblance to an 1887 painting by John Collier Lady Godiva, and Bianca Jagger on horseback at the legendary Studio 54 nightclub in Manhattan. Others have noted that There’s a long history of Beyoncé riding in photos and videos, possibly a nod to her Texas heritage.

https://www.gq.com/story/beyonce-renaissance-album-cover Beyoncé Evokes Lady Godiva on New Album Cover

Russell Falcon

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