How to Listen to Beyoncé's New Album, "Renaissance," For Free

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How to Listen to Beyoncé's New Album, "Renaissance," For Free

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Calling all members of the Bey Hive! Beyoncé just dropped her highly anticipated seventh studio album, Renaissance, and we are *so* ready to dive into all the newness from Queen Bey. In June 2022, she released "Break My Soul" with vocals from rapper Big Freedia as an homage to the house music genre. Other tracks are reminiscent of her songs like "Blow" off her self-titled album, with disco and techno influences. This is Bey's first solo album in six years since she dropped 2016's Lemonade, so, yeah, it's a pretty big deal.

If you're wondering how to listen to Beyoncé's new album, Renaissance, look no further! Here's how you can stream for the low price of free-99.

Did Beyoncé's album Renaissance leak?

According to a report by TMZ, Beyoncé's album was already available for purchase in France on July 27.

A fan allegedly leaked several tracks from Renaissance online, including "Alien Superstar," "Church Girl" and "Cuff It," but the Bey Hive was determined to wait until the album dropped on July 29 to listen.

When the album was officially released, the pop culture icon addressed the leak and thanked fans for waiting and respecting her wishes on social media. "So, the album leaked and you all actually waited until the proper release time so you all can enjoy it together. I've never seen anything like it," she wrote. "I can't thank you enough for your love and protection. I appreciate you for calling out anyone that was trying to sneak into the club early."

Read Bey's full statement below.

How to listen to Beyoncé's new album, Renaissance

While Beyoncé's 2016 album "Lemonade" streamed exclusively on Tidal for three years, her lead single off Renaissance, "Break My Soul," was available for streaming on other music platforms like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Deezer, SoundCloud, Spotify, Tidal and YouTube Music. If you're already subscribed to one of these music platforms, you can begin streaming the album RN. If not, you can snag physical CDs and vinyl's on Beyoncé's official website, which was also stocked up with pre-save links ahead of the release.

Here's where you can listen to Beyoncé's entire Renaissance album.

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