Beyonce Treats Fans to New Single 'My House' After Release of 'Renaissance' Concert Film

The 'Run the World (Girls)' hitmaker released the new track on the same day her concert movie 'Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce' hit theaters.

AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles continues to treat fans with new offerings. To celebrate the release of her new concert movie "Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce", the "Run the World (Girls)" hitmaker unleashed a surprise single called "My House".

"I will always love you, but I will never expect you to love me when you don't love yourself," the 32-time Grammy winner says in a spoken-word moment on the track, which arrived on Friday, December 1. "Let's heal the world, one beautiful action at a time, this is real love!"

Beyonce then pays homage to her hometown of Houston. "B***h I carried/ When I grow up I'm gon' buy me a (house)/ Make love in the (house)/ Stay up late in this (house)/ Don't give a f**k about my (house)/ Then get the f**k up out my (house)," she sings.


The song serves as a follow-up to the remix of Beyonce's "America Has a Problem". For the tune, she enlisted Kendrick Lamar, who throws shade at the use of AI in music, "Even AI gotta practice copyin' Kendrick/ The double entendre, the encore remnants/ I bop like tin men, the opps need ten men."

As for "Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce", it hit theaters on Friday as well after premiering on Saturday night, November 25 in Los Angeles. When attending the event at Samuel Goldwyn Theater, Beyonce rocked a skin-tight long metallic gown from Versace, a pair of silver high heels and matching gloves. She styled her long platinum tresses into a simple straight hairdo.

Queen Bey's look, however, sparked controversy as she was accused of "trying to be a white woman" by "bleaching her skin." While the megastar didn't respond to the allegation, her mom Tina Knowles came to her defense.

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