For “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix),” global star Beyoncé collaborated with music legend Madonna, paying homage to her co-legendary star’s 1992 smash track “Vogue.”
At the beginning of the ballroom track, Beyoncé declares herself the head of her own household and appears to be motivated by the unjustified hostility that is frequently directed at her.
When she’s not settling scores with her haters, Nina Simone, Diana Ross, Janet Jackson, Solange, Chlöe, Aaliyah, Toni Braxton, and other notable Black women are praised by the singer.
Beyoncé mentions a number of additional ballroom-related houses, such as the House of Amazon, House of LaBeija, House of Revlon, House of Ninja, and House of Xtravaganza, among others.
For “Break My Soul,” Beyoncé has not yet made an official music video but she did release an official visualizer.
Listen to Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)” featuring Madonna below.