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RENAISSANCE WOMAN: BEYONCÉ

When Beyoncé drops a new album, it’s more than music news; she moves the culture. Her brand-new RENAISSANCE (Parkwood/Columbia), the first of what the megastar promises is a “three-act” cycle, addresses the pandemic during which it was created but also delves deeply into themes of self-acceptance, justice (and the lack thereof) and the indomitability of the spirit. Musically, it’s a kaleidoscopic, global collection of dance-floor grooves. Even those of us with two left feet are compelled to move.

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