Beyonce fans go wild after singer finally reveals secret 7th album & spot clue 14 of the 16 tracks will be 'EXPLICIT' | The Sun

BEYONCE has sent her fans wild by finally revealing her long-awaited seventh album, Reconnaissance.

The superstar singer, 40, posed on the cover of British Vogue for their July issue, where she talked about making new music.

Beyonce marked her return to music after a six-year hiatus with a stunning cover, posing astride a horse in a dramatic black gown and headpiece.

The Grammy winner – who released her last album Lemonade in 2016 – then changed into a plunging gold Schiaparelli gown with a striking hood.

The mother-of-three also wore Junya Watanabe leather and chunky Harris Reed And Roker platform boots while posing on top of a motorcycle.

Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful styled and interviewed the superstar for the iconic shoot, revealing: "New music is coming – a thrilling abundance of it."

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Edward shared: "The creation has been a long process, she explains, with the pandemic giving her far longer to spend thinking and re-thinking every decision. Just the way she likes it"

Beyonce confirmed that her new album Renaissance Act 1 will be dropping worldwide on all platforms on July 29.

This has led fans to think there's a double album in the works and that a second "act" could drop later this year or in 2023.

They also noted that 14 of the 16 tracks have been marked as "explicit".

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Chatting to Vogue, Beyonce revealed: "I've been in the studio for a year and a half.

"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.

"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!"

The musician – who shares Blue Ivy, nine, and twins Sir and Rumi, five, with Jay-Z – added: "I have paid my dues and followed every rule for decades, so now I can break the rules that need to be broken.

"My wish for the future is to continue to do everything everyone thinks I can't do."

American fans can now pre-order the four $39.99 Renaissance box sets, which include a T-shirt, CD, 28-page booklet, and mini-poster.

Last week, Beyonce dropped a series of clues on social media that she was releasing a new album.

She sent fans into meltdown by removing all of her profile images from social media, leaving just a blank icon.


Her fans started trending on Twitter with the hashtag #beyonceisback.

On Beyonce's Instagram, fans have commented, "I'VE MISSED YOU," and, "SHE'S ALIVE."

A potential new album may not be the only thing Beyonce has in the works.

The Sun previously reported Beyonce and Zendaya have been in talks to team up on a remake of the classic movie, Imitation of Life.

The groundbreaking 1934 film, remade in 1959 starring Lana Turner, grapples with questions of race, class and gender as an aspiring white actress takes in an African-American widow whose mixed-race daughter longs to pass as white.

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Hollywood beauty Zendaya — who was snapped dancing in a pink dress as part of a new advertising campaign — is being lined up for a major role, and pop queen Beyonce is eager to be involved as a producer.

See the full feature in the July issue of British Vogue available via digital download and on newsstands from Tuesday 21 June.

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