Beyoncé announces her first album in six years

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Beyoncé has announced her first album in six years, 16-track Renaissance, will be released on July 29.

The chart-topping singer wrote ‘act i RENAISSANCE 7.29’ on her Instagram account to let her 293million followers know about the upcoming release date.

Streaming sites Spotify and Apple also posted artwork for the record.

Beyoncé‘s fans were expecting news after she deleted her profile picture from social media platforms last week.

Although she has not released an album since 2016, the world-class singer has collaborated with other artists and curated the soundtrack album for the 2019 remake of ‘The Lion King’.

The 40-year-old will be British Vogue’s July issue cover star.

Editor Edward Enninful said: “The creation has been a long process, she explains, with the pandemic giving her far longer to spend thinking and rethinking every decision.

“Just the way she likes it.”

British Vogue tweeted: “Beyoncé is poised for her next evolution, one that promises vision, grace – and something a little bit extra…In the July 2022 issue of British Vogue, Edward Enninful meets a superstar, as Rafael Pavarotti captures the moment.”

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