The Beyoncé ‘Break My Soul’ remixes, ranked

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Less than a week after Beyoncé released “Renaissance,” her love letter to Black, queer nightclub history, she’s returned with a brisk remix EP for use on dance floors.

“Break My Soul” was the first snippet the world heard of “Renaissance,” and its nods to Robin S. and Big Freedia put in in the lineage of ‘90s house belters and New Orleans bounce and drag culture. Her new EP compiles four very functional takes on the track, in the spirit of the Clinton-era club remixes that accompanied Janet Jackson and Madonna hits.

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