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Beyonce releases remix featuring Madonna on Renaissance LP after releasing other collaborations

Beyonce releases remix with Madonna’s Vogue on Renaissance LP after already releasing collaborations with Will.I.Am, Honey Dijon and more

Pop music fans can now hear two queens of the genre on the same track.

Beyoncé, 40, released a collaboration with pop icon Madonna, 63, on Friday, her latest in a string of remixes.

She had already performed remixes of the song Break My Soul with Will.I.Am, Terry Hunter, Honey Dijon and Nita Aviance.

Remix: Beyoncé, 40, released a collaboration with pop icon Madonna, 63, on Friday, her latest in a string of remixes (photo 2021)

While it’s technically a new song, Variety reports that Madonna didn’t seem to record anything new for the remix.

She may have added a few new spoken words to the song, but much of her singing was apparently lifted from her hit track Vogue.

The song, titled Break My Soul (The Queens Remix), can be purchased through Beyoncé’s website for $1.29.

Old soundbites: Although it's technically a new song, Variety reports that Madonna didn't seem to record anything new for the remix (photo 2021)

Old soundbites: Although it’s technically a new song, Variety reports that Madonna didn’t seem to record anything new for the remix (photo 2021)

Sold: The song, titled Break My Soul (The Queens Remix), can be purchased through Beyoncé's website for $1.29 (L to R: Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Madonna and Beyoncé in 2015)

Sold: The song, titled Break My Soul (The Queens Remix), can be purchased through Beyoncé’s website for $1.29 (L to R: Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Madonna and Beyoncé in 2015)

Streaming?  There is no news yet on whether the song will eventually be available through streaming services such as Spotify or Apple Music

Streaming? There is no news yet on whether the song will eventually be available through streaming services such as Spotify or Apple Music

While fans can purchase it on the website and receive it directly by email, it is not currently streaming on any of the popular streamers.

There is no news yet on whether the song will eventually be available through streaming services such as Spotify or Apple Music.

According to Variety, Beyoncé emulates a famous spoken word part of Madonna’s song Vogue.

Emulation: According to Variety, Beyoncé emulates a famous spoken word part of Madonna's song Vogue (image 2018)

Emulation: According to Variety, Beyoncé emulates a famous spoken word part of Madonna’s song Vogue (image 2018)

Name dropping: In that part of the song, the Houston native drops a number of famous women in music (pictured 2018)

Name dropping: In that part of the song, the Houston native drops a number of famous women in music (pictured 2018)

In that part of the song, Houston’s own name mentions a number of famous women in music.

‘Queen Mother Madonna, Aaliyah, Rosetta Tharpe, Santigold, Bessie Smith, Nina Simone, Betty Davis, Solange Knowles,’ she says. ‘Lauryn Hill, Roberta Flack, Toni, Janet, Tierra Whack. Missy, Diana, Grace Jones, Aretha, Anita, Grace Jones.’

Beyoncé released Renaissance on July 29. It is her seventh studio album, her first since her hit 2016 album Lemonade. It is also the first of a trilogy series of albums.

Renaissance gets rave reviews. It has a 93% on Metascore on review aggregator Metacritic after 20 reviews of the album.

Critically acclaimed: Beyoncé brought Renaissance on July 29.  It is her seventh studio album, her first since her hit 2016 album Lemonade.  It is also the first of a trilogy series of albums

Critically acclaimed: Beyoncé brought Renaissance on July 29. It is her seventh studio album, her first since her hit 2016 album Lemonade. It is also the first of a trilogy series of albums

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