After spending a year and a half in the studio, Beyoncé vowed that new “music is coming.”
The R&B singer, who is 39 years old, has stated that many of the COVID-19 lockdowns have been locked up at the studio and that it now reopened the globe after the greatest epidemic and it was impossible to wait for it to be shown to its followers.
For her icon problem, she spoke to Harper’s Bazaar: “I think we’re all eager to escape, travel, love and laughing again with all the isolation and unfairness in the last year. I feel like a Renaissance has emerged and I want to do all necessary to nurture that escape. For a year and a half I was at the studio… Yes, there’s music!”
The latest single album of Beyoncé was ‘Lemonade’ for 2016. Since its release, the joint Lp ‘Everything Is Love’ with her husband Jay-Z, her visual album ‘Black Is King’ and the soundtrack she produced for Disney’s remake ‘The Lion King’ in 2019 have been additional musical endeavours.
In the interview, Beyoncé remarked about how inspirational her musical career was to her own parents, Tina Knowles-Lawson and Mathew Knowles.
“My mum has always been and is still my Queen,” the ex-Child Destiny’s Sänger stated. She always was so powerful and full of humanity. She laboured with her hands and swollen feet 18 hours a day. She was professional, kind, and nurturing, no matter how exhausted she was. I attempt to operate in the same way and conduct my business.