Beyoncé and Madonna followers did not know what hit them Friday night time, when a beforehand unannounced, “Vogue”-powered remix of Queen Bey’s “Break My Soul” dropped on her web site.
On the monitor, entitled “The Queens Remix,” the Queen of Pop’s “Vogue” is closely sampled as Beyoncé sings her present hit “Break My Soul.”
When it comes time for the rap, previously dedicated to Previous Hollywood legends, Beyoncé — after giving props to “Queen Mom Madonna” — name-checks an exhaustive checklist of Black girls in music.
She provides flowers to Aaliyah, Rosetta Tharpe, Santigold, Bessie Smith, Nina Simone, Betty Davis, Solange Knowles, (Erykah) Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl(and), Lauryn Hill, Roberta Flack, Toni (Braxton), Janet (Jackson), Tierra Whack, Missy (Elliott), Diana (Ross), Grace Jones, Aretha (Franklin), Anita (Baker), Grace Jones (once more), Helen Folasade Adu (Sade), Jilly from Philly (Jill Scott), Michelle (Williams of Future’s Youngster), Chlöe (Bailey), Halle (Bailey), Aaliyah (once more), Alicia (Keys), Whitney (Houston), RiRi (Rihanna) and Nicki (Minaj).
Beyoncé additionally contains all the key ballroom homes, from Xtravaganza to Mizrahi.
The electrifying remix is out there for obtain on Beyoncé’s web site at $1.29.
It dropped the identical day Madonna — celebrating 40 years in music together with her upcoming “Lastly Sufficient Love: 50 Quantity Ones” retrospective, out August 19 — launched a duet with “Booty” singer Saucy Santana known as “Materials Gworrllllllll!” The music is a brand new twist on her 1985 basic “Materials Woman.”
This is not the primary time Madonna and Beyoncé have teamed up — Beyoncé did a bit of vogueing within the star-studded music video for “Bitch I am Madonna” music video in 2015.