"Break My Soul," the first song from Beyoncé's upcoming album, "Renaissance," is released.

"Renaissance" is the Beyoncé's seventh solo album.

She announced on social media that the song will release at midnight. But Billboard reports that it actually released at 10 p.m. Monday night, EDT.

To promote the song Beyoncé changed her bio to "6. Break My Soul Midnight ET" on her social media accounts, that means the song will be the sixth track of that album.

She has not disclosed any further information about the album except it will release by 29th July.

She has recently shared several images from her recent photo shoot for the British magazine Vogue July issue.

In the history of Grammy,   She has won 29 awards.

She was also nominated for an Oscar this year for her original song "Be Alive" in the film "King Richard."

 She announced The "Renaissance" in a very clever way.

Last week, Beyoncé removed all of her profile pictures from social media, leading to the first round of "Behive" searches.

Then on Thursday morning, music streaming service Tidal which was formerly owned by Beyoncé's husband, Jay-Z revealed the news that her new album will release this summer.

A merchandise store is also available on her website shows four box sets, including a T-shirt, CD, and a mirror box which you can get by pre-ordering the new single.