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Experience the power of Beyoncé's highly anticipated album, RENAISSANCE, now available in a 2 BLACK vinyl LPs, 180 Gram format. This exclusive package includes printed jackets, printed inner sleeves, a 36-page booklet, and a collectable 24”x 36” poster (1 of 3 randomized), all encased in a hard slipcase. RENAISSANCE is more than just an album; it's a celebration of freedom, creativity, and community. Its anthems resonate with everyone, encouraging joy, empowerment, and uninhibited movement. This album is a tribute to a club era where outsiders found unity and expressed themselves through rhythm, a spirit that continues to thrive today. Get ready to be moved by the soul-stirring music of RENAISSANCE, a reinvention of four on the floor.

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Manufacturer: Columbia Records Group

Variants: Streaming, MP3, Audio CD, Vinyl

Dimensions: 12.4 x 12.5 x 0.6 inches; 2.5 Pounds

variant: Vinyl

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November 08, 2023
5out of 5
incredibly beautiful and perfect album
4out of 5
And 2 of them must delivered today everything is ok but they are stuck in Customs inspection i think “sorry my eng is really bad” anyway and it didn’t came with the ren album ? The cd 100% in my country. Anyway the cd is very clean i like it but i remove a one star cuz the D company is the worse and if u want to buy it buy it don’t think about it
November 26, 2023
5out of 5
This album is flawless. Listen to it on repeat everyday. Went to the concert twice!
5out of 5
Amazing album. Sounds even better live.
I have to be honest, I didn't like 1990's r&b. Much of it was slick, soulless soul. There were a few artists that I liked in that genre, but Destiny's Child wasn't one of them. In fact, Beyonce's first two albums, "Dangerously in Love" and "B'Day" suffered from that kind of lousy production. It really wasn't until 2008's "I Am....Sasha Fierce" that she broke away from that garbage and began to forge her own style. That album was panned for some reason. Since then, Beyonce has done no wrong, releasing one strong work after the next. "Renaissance" is no different. The whole album fits nicely together, just like 2013's "Beyonce" does. Sure, there's a few tracks here and there that are okay, but mostly, the songs work. This is her 'club' album. She's witty with attitude. I particularly liked "I'm That Girl" with the interesting juxtaposing of her on a megaphone in the background singing unintelligible lyrics slowed down and sped up while singing in her normal voice on top of it. It works brilliantly. "Alien Superstar" has this synth riff in its chorus that gives it an otherworldly feel. Of course #1 single "Break My Soul" is aggressive and has a beat of Robin S.'s 1993 hit "Show Me Love" which works very well here. "Move" followed by "Heated" is a one-two punch of dance groove. I really think Beyonce outdoes herself with "All Up in Your Mind", "Pure/Honey" and "Summer Renaissance". These songs show a new and fresh direction that Beyonce could take in the future. This stuff is bordering on Prince-like genius. I really appreciate her nod to Donna Summer with "Summer Renaissance" and its interpolation of her classic hit, "I Feel Love" (1977). But's its that growling synth bass in "All Up in Your Mind" that is very interesting. She should have a listen to "Sensoria" by Cabaret Voltaire for inspiration for her next album. Generally, "Renaissance" pushes the boundaries of dance music for Beyonce in a good way. I thought "Lemonade" was interesting, but you know what, "Beyonce" and "Renaissance" just might be her crown jewels. Here's how "Renaissance" compares to Beyonce's other works: 2003 Dangerously in Love: Two and a Half Stars 2006 B'Day: Three and a Half Stars 2008 I Am...Sasha Fierce: Four Stars 2011 4: Four Stars 2013 Beyonce: Five Stars 2016 Lemonade: Four Stars 2022 Renaissance: Five Stars
October 31, 2023
5out of 5
Great purchase
August 09, 2023
5out of 5
When Beyoncé announced her Renaissance album, I admit I had little interest in it. Luckily a friend of mine sent me an early leak of the album and I was pleasantly surprised by it. CUFF IT immediately caught my attention and I knew it had to be a single. ENERGY is another catchy song that I couldn’t get enough of. My favorite song on the album has changed pretty regularly. My current favorite song is the original second single, CHURCH GIRL which was chosen in favor of the aforementioned CUFF IT. Another favorite of mine that I can’t get enough of is AMERICA HAS A PROBLEM, the album’s third single. Beyoncé truly outdid herself with this album and here we are a year later and the album still bangs. I recently saw Beyoncé on her RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR and it was nothing short of amazing. 10/10 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾🐝🐝🐝🐝
August 14, 2023
5out of 5
Though I have all of her other studio albums I wasn't convinced I should buy this one until a friend told me about seeing Queen B on her Renaissance tour and I decided to take a chance. Boy am I glad I did because this album is full of great stuff and I can't decide which song I like best. I'd like to see several of these turned into music videos though I know that's not much of a thing anymore. Hopefully the second act of Renaissance is equal to the first.