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Beyoncé and Madonna “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)”: Artists Interact – Billboard


Your queen and queen pop They collaborated for a new remix of the song “Break My Soul” which features the screams of a long list of influential black women. Beyonce And the Madonna‘s “Queens RemixThe song was dropped on Friday (August 5), and it didn’t take long for the many artists whose names were dropped throughout the song to share their thoughts.


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By Saturday (August 6), Fellow Queens LizoAnd the Jill ScottAnd the SantigoldAnd the Tierra whackAnd the Alicia keysAnd the Missy Elliot And the Kelly Rowland We shared all the reactions to hearing their names on the latest version of Beyoncé Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 track.

Lizzo tweeted: “B-Beyoncé said my name is byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.” In another tweet — writing, “I’ve always believed in me now Beyoncé believes in me too” — she added a video reaction. “I remember when I was telling my friend’s mother about my college major, and I told her I was going to major in musical performance, and she just laughed at me,” Lizzo recalled. She said, “A musical performance? Like Beyoncé? And he laughed at me. You only have one thing to say: Goodbye.”

“I’m in tears,” Jill Scott said in a tweet. “You’ll know I’m in tears. You know!!”

“Thank you beyonce Queen Bey for shouting me out among these greats, and even more for getting her back!” Santigold wrote on Twitter. “Let people know about all of these black women, powerful strong spirits, and many of them haven’t received the recognition they deserve!”

“My good sister @beyonce always went show love!” Tierra Whack said in an Instagram post.

“Big love to my sister @Beyoncé. Let’s go to Queens,” Alicia Keys wrote in English. Instagram storywhile Missy Elliott . shared Instagram story About yelling and she said, “Ayyyy, I’m a duck who walks and walks” — and Kelly Rowland reacted to the song in it Own an Instagram story: “very Difficult!!!!!”

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“Rosetta Tharpe, Santigold, Bessie Smith, Nina Simone/Betty Davis, Solange Knowles, Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl,” says Beyoncé, in the style of the spoken words for Madonna Classic “Vogue,” on the new remix. “Lauryn Hill, Roberta Flack Toni, Janet, Tierra Whack/Missy, Diana, Grace Jones, Aretha, Anita, Grace Jones/Helen Folasade Adu, Jilly from Philly I love you Boo.” She later adds: “Michelle, Chloe, Haley, Aaliyah/Alicia, Whitney, Riri, Nikki.”

Listen to “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix) by Beyoncé and Madonna” below. It’s the pair’s first proper collaboration, after Bey appeared in Madge’s “Bitch I’m Madonna” music video in 2015.