After releasing a 16-song album without a single collaboration, diva Beyoncé releases a new version of Renaissance’s single alongside pop queen Madonna. Since the release of the album, the artist has been involved in several controversies for this latest work.
Beyoncé’s new album, Renaissance, has brought with it many surprises. On Wednesday, we learned of an EP with four remixes of the disco single, Break my Soul. These versions had the collaboration of Will.I.Am, Terry Hunter, Honey Dijon and Nita Aviance.
Now, Beyoncé has released a new remix of the Break my Soul theme, but this time she collaborates with another n of pop, Madonna, which is why they have called it Queens Remix (The remix of the queens).
Although Madonna has not recorded anything for this version, a sample of the 1990 Vogue single has been made, this queens remix marks the first official collaboration between the two queens of pop.
Also in this version of Break my soul, a tribute is made to black women who have been iconic in music such as Aaliyah, Rosetta Tharpe, Nina Simone, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj, among many others.
Although Madonna has not recorded anything for this version, since only a sample of the 1990 Vogue single has been made, this queens remix marks the first official collaboration between the two queens of pop.
In the original version of Energy, the fifth subject of the disc appeared a variation of the melody of Milkshake. Kelis, singer of this theme, complained that she had not been asked for permission to use the song, so the fragment was removed.