Is it a teaser for the total visual album? A new music video? We’re no longer determined. But thanks anyway, Bey
The Renaissance visuals are coming — for right, for right. After losing her LP with finest about a stills to present followers the probability to “be limitless in their big listening lope,” Beyoncé is ready to present her Beyhive the colourful glam, looks, and visual art that they’ve shut to comprise a examine from their Queen Bey.
On Friday, Beyoncé released what she titled ” I’M THAT GIRL (Legit Teaser)” — a teaser for what will probably be both the prolonged-catch visual to accompany the album or a music video for “I’m That Lady.” Or, in all probability the visual for Renaissance is is named “I’m That Lady?” We’re no longer exactly determined, nevertheless we’re grateful for what we’re getting. (Thanks Beyoncé.)
The clip, which aspects the album’s first tune in its entirety, sees Beyoncé in a metallic one-section cracking an egg, posing internal a closet, and sitting on a bed earlier than opening a door into the arena of Renaissance.
The video then flashes plenty of looks — amongst them, Bey in a bob, a compare with bangs, one with green hair, and any other with her hair and face sopping moist in silver — earlier than she starts to divulge the tune’s lyrics.
She furthermore looks to faucet into the equestrian concepts of the album’s duvet art by singing and dancing on high of a bar and beside a horse. Midway into the video, the photos are in the reduce value of out, and finest the audio of “I’m That Lady” stays. (She’s in actuality serving the tease in teaser with that.)
Dominican producer Kelman Duran previously spoke to Rolling Stone about bringing the LP’s first tune to life. “I became accurate tripping out that it became her narrate, so I couldn’t in actuality listen to the song,” he acknowledged relating to the skills. “I became accurate esteem, ‘How did this happen?’”
“I teach it meant something to Dominicans,” he later added. “I feel it became accurate in actuality thrilling for a form of of us.”
The new visual comes after she released the “Queens Remix” of “Smash My Soul,” which aspects Madonna and her song “Vogue.”
From Rolling Stone US.