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Beyoncé Releases Fresh Track “My House” Following Premiere of “Renaissance” Concert Tour Film

Beyoncé takes center stage, orchestrating a symphony of music and visual spectacle. The maestro of this festive celebration recently unveiled her concert film, “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” accompanied by the grand debut of her latest musical creation, “My House.”

This vibrant dance anthem serves as yet another powerful proclamation from the 42-year-old Grammy-winning songstress. Beyoncé, with her characteristic vigor, extols the virtues of self-love, community, and a universal desire for healing. All the while, she fearlessly commands detractors to “get the f— up out my house.”

Launching the song with a playful chuckle, Beyoncé sets the stage for a rhythmic journey. A recurring voice chants, “Ooh, who they came to see? Me, Who rep like me? Don’t make me get up out my seat, Uh, oh, Uh, oh.” Throughout the song, the star showcases her prowess in both rap and vocals, seamlessly blending various musical styles reminiscent of her 2016 hit, “Formation.” The release of this new single follows Beyoncé’s appearances at the premieres of her concert film in London and Los Angeles.

At the LA premiere at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater, a constellation of stars, including Kelly Rowland, Lori Harvey, Gabrielle Union, Vanessa Bryant, and Winnie Harlow, gathered to celebrate alongside Beyoncé. Her parents, Tina and Matthew Knowles, graced the event with their presence.

The star-studded evening witnessed Beyoncé donning a silver custom gown by Versace, accompanied by silver opera gloves and silver-heeled sandals. Her platinum blond hair flowed gracefully down a middle parting. A similar glamorous gathering took place at the London premiere, where luminaries like Taylor Swift and Blake Lively joined the festivities.

Posing alongside her 11-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, at the London premiere, Beyoncé shared tender moments. A heartwarming video capturing Beyoncé rubbing her daughter’s arms to shield her from the cold weather moved even Tina Knowles, who expressed her emotions on Instagram, writing, “This has me in tears right now.”

“Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” takes audiences on a journey through the Renaissance World Tour, from its inception in Stockholm, Sweden, to its grand finale in Kansas City, Missouri. The official synopsis emphasizes the film’s focus on Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, creative prowess, and commitment to creating a lasting legacy. The tour, met with extraordinary acclaim, provided a sanctuary for freedom and shared joy for over 2.7 million fans.

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