Beyoncé breaks the internet with the announcement of her new album ‘Renaissance’

Fans are officially ready to re-assemble after multiple platforms, including Tidal and Spotify, announced that Beyoncé will be debuting what seems to be the first half of her latest project called Renaissance in late July. On June 16, the Instagram accounts for both companies released a black-and-white image, which read Act I, Renaissance, and tagged Queen Bey in their post. As for the exact date of arrival, the singer's highly anticipated project will drop on July 29. And if you needed even more of an official confirmation: Beyoncé herself also added the info to her Instagram bio as well following the news. Later that day, British Vogue, who announced the mom of three graced their upcoming July issue, also noted that the performer explained that "the creation has been a long process," adding that "the pandemic [gave] her far longer to spend thinking and re-thinking every decision." The move comes almost a week after the Grammy winner sent fans into a tailspin when she deleted her profile picture on all of her social media platforms such as her Instagram and YouTube accounts.