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New Track in Beyoncé’s Renaissance Film: What You Must Know

Beyoncé returns to the massive display screen along with her dwell live performance film, Renaissance: A Movie By Beyoncé.

Written, directed and produced by the singer, the movie charts the event and execution of the ‘Renaissance World Tour’ in help of her seventh studio album of the identical identify.

Alongside along with her husband Jay-Z and their three youngsters, Blue Ivy, Rumi and Sir Carter, the movie options visitor appearances from Diana Ross, Megan Thee Stallion and Kendrick Lamar.

The movie was launched in cinemas by way of AMC theaters within the US on December 1, very similar to Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour which got here out in October.

Are there any new songs in Renaissance: A Movie By Beyoncé?

The movie doesn’t function any new songs from Beyoncé. It does, nevertheless, function some tracks which weren’t included on the ‘Renaissance’ tour’s preliminary setlist.

The particular inclusions embody covers of Tina Turner’s ‘River Deep, Mountain Excessive’ and ‘Love Hangover’ by Diana Ross. Kendrick Lamar performs on ‘America Has A Drawback’, whereas ‘Kitty Kat’ from Beyoncé’s 2006 album ‘B’Day’ and a particular model of ‘Naughty Lady’ are additionally featured.

Is there a trailer?

A trailer for the movie was launched in November – you’ll be able to test it out above.

A synopsis reads: “Renaissance: A Movie By Beyoncé accentuates the journey of ‘Renaissance World Tour’, from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas Metropolis, Missouri. It’s about Beyoncé’s intention, exhausting work, involvement in each facet of the manufacturing, her inventive thoughts and objective to create her legacy, and grasp her craft.

“Acquired with extraordinary acclaim, Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance World Tour’ created a sanctuary for freedom, and shared pleasure, for greater than 2.7 million followers.”

The movie is launched in cinemas worldwide from December 1. A launch date on streaming providers has but to be introduced.