Attention Beyhive! Beyoncé has finally released a teaser trailer for her Renaissance visuals.
For the last two weeks, music fans around the world have immersed themselves in Queen Bey’s seventh solo studio album.
Led by the Big Freedia-assisted banger Break My Soul, the record has been praised as one of Beyoncé’s greatest releases to date – due to its heartfelt homage to Black and queer music pioneers as well as her beloved Uncle Johnny.
While Renaissance and its 16-song tracklist show no signs of slowing down on the charts or streaming services, fans have been eager for the Crazy In Love artist to release the album’s accompanying videos.
Back in July, Parkwood Entertainment revealed that Bey’s new music era would not be led by visuals – unlike her two previous albums, BEYONCÉ and Lemonade.
“The originator of the visual album format, and the preeminent visual artist, decided to lead without visuals giving fans the opportunity to be limitless in their expansive listening journey,” Parkwood said in a press release.
“It is a chance again to be listeners and not viewers, while taking in every gem of the pristine production.”
However on 12 August, the Bow Down singer finally released the first sneak peek into Renaissance’s visual era, with her I’M THAT GIRL teaser.
Set in a 70s-styled home, the visual begins with Beyoncé roaming around the kitchen in a stunning metallic body suit.
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The Grammy winner then delivers the iconic opening line, “These mothf**kers aint stoppin me, these mothaf**kers aint stoppin me”, in different areas of the house before opening a door that leads to a club-like setting.
As the song continues, clips of the beloved singer in over 20 sickening ensembles flash across the screen before she starts singing the first verse of I’M THAT GIRL.
Unfortunately for fans, the visual ends at the 1:51 mark and transitions into the track’s lyric video.
Shortly after the teaser was released, fans took to Twitter to express excitement over Beyoncé’s forthcoming visual album.
One fan tweeted: “Beyonce is about to give us the greatest visuals of her career and of our generation and the game isn’t ready for it.”
Another fan wrote: “Beyoncé made a very retro, reference-heavy album but you know what she didn’t do? Carry that into the visuals! Just cuz you made a disco song doesn’t mean you need make a mv in bell bottoms at a roller skating rink, everyone learn from this! No more generic nostalgia bait!”
Here’s hoping Beyoncé will release the highly anticipated visuals sooner rather than later.
Check out the full teaser for I’M THAT GIRL here or below.