The former first lady easily managed to break the internet after sharing some words of wisdom for Beyonce on Twitter
Beyoncé’s brand new single “Break My Soul” caused quite a stir around the internet when she released it a few hours early on Monday, June 20th. “Queen Bey is back” wrote the majority of social media users as they sealed off their new release their forthcoming seventh album Renaissance. However, it looks like Michelle Obama was also hyped for Beyonce’s new bang, as the former took to Twitter to praise the crooner.
The former first lady easily cracked the internet after sharing some words of wisdom for Beyonce. The 58-year-old revealed she couldn’t help but dance and sing along to Beyonce’s latest chartbuster. In layman’s terms, Beyonce is a longtime friend of the Obamas. The Grammy winner performed at former President Barack Obama’s first inaugural ball and his second inauguration ceremony.
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Michelle Obama shared the tweet with her nearly 22 million followers on Tuesday, June 21, writing, “Queen @Beyonce you did it again! “Break My Soul” is the song we all need right now and I can’t help but dance and sing along while listening to it.” She added, “I can’t wait for the album!” while adding an emoticon of a dancing black girl.
This isn’t the first time Michelle Obama has praised the acclaimed singer-songwriter. In 2019, Michelle shared a Video where she applauded Beyonce’s Netflix documentary ‘Homecoming’ back in 2019. In the clip, Michelle said: “Hey Queen! Girl you did it again, kept raising the bar for all of us and did it flawlessly. I’d say I’m surprised, but I know who you are. I saw it up close.”
“You did it again”
Beyoncé’s seventh album, Renaissance, is scheduled for release on July 29. This will be her first solo album in six years. She released her last album, Lemonade, in 2016. The tracklist and possible features of her latest album have yet to be announced by the singer. Speaking of the newly released song, the 40-year-old dancehouse track samples the 1990s hit “Show Me Love” and features additional vocals and another sample by bounce legends Big Freedia.
Beyonce sings on the first verse of “Break My Soul”: “Now I’ve just fallen in love, and I just quit my job/I’ll find new drive, damn, they work so damn hard on me/Work at nine , then off after five / And they get on my nerves, so I can’t sleep at night. While her second verse went viral too quickly as she sang, “I let my hair down ’cause I lost my mind / Bey’s back and I sleep real good at night / The queen is in the front and the dom is in the back.” / don’t hit it, but the whole gang is cracked up. Stream the full song here.