Beyoncé: “My House”, her new surprise single!

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The singer, who is currently showing the film on her event tour “Renaissance”, shared this Friday, December 1, a brand new unexpected hit. Discover “My House” by Beyoncé.

Queen B never stops giving gifts to her fans. The American superstar has not only released on the big screen a documentary on her latest concerts, “Renaissance: a Film by Beyoncé” but also a new single.

The title “My House” comes with the release of the film and is also found in the end credits of the feature film.

In this new sound, Beyoncé reveals an ode to her success and wealth. “So take me to Tiffany’s, I want 44 carats on my fangs. I want pink diamonds on my belly chain and nipple rings.», Interprets the star.

On softer rhythms afterwards, she intones: “I will always love you, but I will never expect you to love me if you don’t love yourself. Let’s heal the world, one good deed at a time. It’s real love!”

Beyoncé unveils her documentary behind the scenes of her tour

“Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé” can be seen at the cinema from December 1st. Beyoncé caused a stir this week by premiering her film in Los Angeles and London. Many stars were present to support Queen B including Taylor Swift who shone brightly with her magnificent silver sequined dress.

As a reminder, Beyoncé’s last concerts took place in ten countries and 39 different cities. Nearly 2.7 million fans came to applaud the American diva. This gigantic tour brought in nearly $579 million for Queen B.


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