‘Break My Soul,’ a new track from her next album of Beyonce, is now accessible to stream online, and fans believe it was leaked.
Rennaisance, Beyonce’s next endeavor, was recently announced. It comes after Lemonade, which was released in 2017.
Following much speculation and speculation surrounding her seventh studio album following the redesign of her social media accounts, Queen B finally revealed the good news last week.
And one of the album’s songs is already making its way around the internet.
Streaming of Break My soul is now available
Break My Soul was launched on Tidal at 12 a.m. on Monday, and a lyric video was released on YouTube at the same time.
She did not make an official announcement about the release of her new single, but she did update her Instagram bio to read, “6. BREAK MY SOUL out now.”
The number 6 could indicate that this is the sixth song in Act I of the CD. It’s unclear whether the album will have more portions.
The song by Beyonce was not leaked
Many Beyonce fans believe that the album Break My Soul was leaked online before its release.
That is not the case, since the singer has made the release public. The song is also available on her official YouTube account. Her Instagram bio echoes this sentiment.
Some have joked that it can’t possibly be Beyonce performing Break My Soul because the song isn’t as good as some of her others.
However, a subjective view is insufficient to prove that the song was leaked.
Fans believe the song was not released by the singer
Despite the fact that there is ample evidence that Beyonce herself dropped the song, many people are still talking about it being leaked.
“I see Break,” says the speaker. One tweet stated, “My Soul leaked early.”
“The fact that ‘Break My Soul’ leaked and is still going to do better than all ur favs is wilddd,” remarked another.
“Whoever leaked Break My Soul, I apologize. One fan tweeted, “There’s a particular spot in hell for you.”
I really hope the leaked version of “Break My Soul” isn’t the actual version, because… pic.twitter.com/eTWmWiAlGr— Dewayne Stafford, J.D. (@see_staff) June 21, 2022