“I’m on that new vibration,” Beyoncé sings in her new single “Break My Soul,” and indeed she is: The first taste from the pop superstar’s

“Renaissance” album is a thumping 1990s-style house jam that arrives just days after Drake dropped his similarly club-inspired “Honestly, Nevermind.”

“The Lion King”; marked Juneteenth with “Black Parade”; and earned an Oscar nomination for her song “Be Alive,” from “King Richard.”

Produced and co-written by The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, who helped create Beyoncé’s smash “Single Ladies”

New Orleans bounce veteran Big Freedia urging listeners to “release your mind” — “Break My Soul” On her new single, Beyoncé celebrates .

Beyoncé using her growliest voice to describe a search for liberation from a crushing job (“They work me so damn hard”)

On her new single, Beyoncé celebrates “the queens in the front and the doms in the back.”(Chris Pizzello / Invision / Associated Press)

“The queens in the front and the doms in the back,” she sings, connecting this music explicitly to its roots in Black and queer communities

“Break My Soul” is Beyoncé’s first single from a solo studio album since “Lemonade” in 2016. The singer has revealed little about “Renaissance,”

Between albums, Beyoncé headlined Coachella; recorded a duo album with her husband, Jay-Z; composed music