Pop singer Beyonce has a huge fan base. He is loved and adored by many around the world. He is undoubtedly one of the greatest musicians of the current era with several hits in his kitty. Beyoncé’s songs promote girl power, which is one of the main reasons she also enjoys a strong female fan base, and she never shies away from making bold choices.
Pop singer Beyoncé grabbed a lot of headlines when she released her seventh solo album, Renaissance. The album was leaked online before its release, and the singer later called out the haters as well, but it was the album’s artwork that remained the highlight. Today we’re bringing you a flashback where she posed almost n*de on a celestial holographic horse, covering her assets with nothing but objects.
Last year, Beyoncé released the track for her seventh solo album, Renaissance. The photo shows the 40-year-old mother of three adorable children sitting atop a celestial holographic horse with objects covering her assets. The pop singer shared the picture on Instagram. “Making this album allowed me to dream and find an escape in a terrible time for the world.” He then added: “It allowed me to feel free and adventurous at a time when little else was moving. My intention was to create a safe place, a place without judgment. A place to scream, to break free, to feel freedom. It was a beautiful exploration trip. I hope you find joy in this music.”
Beyoncé shared artwork while the world was locked in their homes (during the pandemic). Speaking about the album, he added: “I hope it inspires you to release Wiggle Ha! And to feel special, strong sex like you.”
Act I REBIRTH 7.29 https://t.co/6sfw3sBWnz pic.twitter.com/FPPhEW1OTK
— BEYONCÉ (@Beyonce) June 30, 2022
Only one song from the album, “Break My Soul,” has been released for Infinite so far, and very little is known about upcoming songs. Let us know what you think of Beyoncé’s throwback pic in the comments section below.
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