Queens Unite: Beyoncé, Madonna Join Forces for Recent ‘Damage My Soul’ Remix

Madonna and Beyonce back the Tidal starting up occasion #TIDALforALL at Skylight at Moynihan Attach on March 30, 2015 in Recent York City.
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Beyoncé and Madonna have teamed up for a royal collaboration, “Damage My Soul (The Queens Remix).” The latest remix of Beyoncé’s Renaissance single arrived on Friday, factual in time to net the weekend social gathering started.

The percolating remix interpolates Madonna’s “Vogue” with Beyoncé flipping the script for the enduring spoke-sung half of the 1990 music, where the Self-discipline cloth Woman lists Hollywood stars from the Golden Age. In Bey’s net, she’s going to pay homage to both new and past influential Gloomy girls who had been game-changers for the culture — from Aaliyah, Rosetta Tharpe and Santigold, to Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Chloe x Halle.

“Bessie Smith, Nina Simone (Vogue)/Betty Davis, Solange Knowles,” Beyoncé sings on the rental-flavored remix, interwoven with Madonna’s “Vogue” traces. “Badu, Lizzo, Kelly Rowl’ (You recognize you will seemingly be in a unbiased to attain it)/Lauryn Hill, Roberta Flack/Toni, Janet, Tierra Whack (Let your physique transfer to the music)/Missy, Diana, Grace Jones/Aretha, Anita, Grace Jones (Hiya, hey, hey)/Helen Folasade Adu, Jilly from Philly, I cherish you, boo (Come on, vogue).”

The fresh wander on “Damage My Soul” arrives a pair of days after she dropped a four-remix assortment of the music featuring, Honey Dijon, Terry Hunter and Nita Aviance.

While Renaissance has obtained rave opinions, it has experienced a bumpy rollout, which isn’t any longer identical outdated of the star’s releases. She eradicated the note “spaz” from her music “Heated” after coping with backlash from incapacity advocates who talked about the note modified into an ableist slur (Lizzo modified into the topic of a identical controversy earlier this summer). Beyoncé also nixed an interpolation of “Milkshake” from “Vitality” after Kelis criticized her for utilizing the 2003 hit, calling it an act of “thievery.” The removal of lyrics, cherish with these two songs, also raises questions about the growing malleability of music as a digital product.

From Rolling Stone US.

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