Beyoncé & Madonna’s “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)” Is a Full Homosexual Panic

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Renaissance Beyoncé

“Queen mom Madonna, I really like ya…”

It’s been 84 years since I final typed these phrases, however that is an emergency state of affairs that has unearthed a stan panic buried deep inside: sit down, shut the fuck up, and cease your whole fucking life.

Beyoncé is giving the LGBTs precisely what they by no means knew they wanted.

At 5 p.m. on Friday (August 5), whereas everybody was busy clocking out at work – in case you haven’t already adopted her lead and give up your job, that’s – Group Beyoncé casually up to date her official web site with only one extra remix of her lead single, “Break My Soul.”

It’s referred to as “The Queens Remix,” and it options…Madonna.

Sure, that’s proper: MADONNCÉ.

Beyonce Break My Soul Queens Remix

Apparently taking the Renaissance album marketing campaign’s dedication to honoring the previous very severely, Bey’s opted out of the streaming providers for this remix (for now), and compelled us all to time-travel to 2006 and obtain the music in .MP3 kind for $1.29 from the official store. It’s additionally apparently solely accessible to buy for the following 24 hours. (She will be going straight to jail if it’s not uploaded on DSPs quickly afterward, thoughts you.)

However belief: it’s really value all 129 pennies.

The practically six minute combine closely incorporates Madonna’s iconic 1990 basic “Vogue” – solely becoming for the queer culture-inspired Renaissance. And whereas Madge didn’t provide new vocals, doubtless as a result of she was busy terrorizing the streets of Manhattan late at evening, Bey’s supplied loads of her personal.

From the very first “ooh la la…,” it’s an on the spot, mind-melting masterpiece.

It’s not just some additional adlibs right here and there over the “Vogue” beat from Bey, both: like stan fiction come to life, Beyoncé recorded her personal model of the “Vogue” spoken rap, referencing her personal inspirations, serving up the names of lots of our favourite Black feminine icons. It’s an absolute dream come true.

Rosetta Tharpe, Santigold, Bessie Smith, Nina Simone / Betty Davis, Solange Knowles / Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl’ / Lauryn Hill, Roberta Flack / Toni, Janet, Tierra Whack / Missy, Diana, Grace Jones / Aretha, Anita, Grace Jones / Helen Folasade Adu, Jilly from Philly, I really like / you, boo / Don’t simply stand there, get in to it / Strike a pose, there’s nothing to it / Vogue.

The double Grace Jones shout-out. Janet. Toni. Sade‘s full authorities title. It’s an excessive amount of. It’s too MUCH.

And it doesn’t even finish there, as she works her manner by way of much more Queens and the assorted legendary ballroom homes: “Mom of the Home, ah / Michelle, Chlöe, Halle, Aaliyah / Alicia, Whitney, Riri, Nicki / Home of Revlon, Home of LaBeija / Home of Amazon, the Home of Aviance / The Home of Balmain, the Home of Ninja / The Home of Lanvin, Home of Telfar / Home of Ladosha, Home of Mugler / The Home of Balenciaga, the Home of Mizrahi-i-i-i-i.

The Future’s Little one inclusion with Kelly Rowlegend and Michelle, My Belle, additional fueling my Act III reunion fantasy…no. [“America Has a Problem” voice] NO.

IT’S. TOO. MUCH.

The mile-a-minute references are already form of kicking younger Stan Twitter’s ass. We’re going to want the official lyrics stat earlier than anybody else’s emotions get damage from mishearing their fave’s title, Parkwood Leisure.

Not solely is The Queens remix of “Break My Soul” a full-on Legends Solely affair that completely encapsulates the period’s mission assertion – a tribute to the innovators who’ve paved the way in which – however the manufacturing itself is totally sick (“c-c-cunty…“), particularly because it goes all the way in which off within the final minute or two. It’s feels important for the inevitable tour, and calls for a dwell efficiency instantly.

After delivering what is definitely one of many greatest albums of the yr, she’s gone forward and supplied us with yet one more present: a legacy-saving distraction from Madonna’s “Materials Lady” remix, which additionally dropped immediately. She is just too beneficiant.

Now, if Beyoncé might simply additionally give it to us on streaming so I can cease shouting at folks to buy a .MP3 prefer it’s the early ’00s (or if somebody Mission: Inconceivable-style breaks into Parkwood Leisure HQ tonight and hits “add” to DistroKid), that may be fabulous.

Till then, see you at Membership Renaissance…and in your iTunes native library.

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Picture credit score: Mason Poole / Carlijn Jacobs / Parkwood Leisure



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