If you're a fan of Destiny's Child, Beyoncé not  driven the music trend since the early 2000s — or even the late 90

With an explosion of horns and seductive charm, her 2003 album "Dangerously in Love" marked her and her future husband's solo debut.

Beyoncé remained devoted to Destiny's Child for a few more years, but her undeniable star power and quick solo success

Beyoncé's seventh studio album, "Renaissance," her first album of new music since 2016's "4:44," leaked two days earlier on Wednesday,

"Lemonade," a critically acclaimed concept album. With the mirror-ball-deserving first track, "Break My Soul," she has already teased her admirers.

Which is also her first album of new music since her critically acclaimed concept album, "4:44", which was released in 2016, is due out Friday.

The fourth single from "Sasha Fears", backed by co-writer Ryan Tedder's distinctive pop sounds, kicks off with a tendency towards repetition.

Musically, the song, which appeared unexpectedly on Juneteenth, typically combines an electronic foundation with trap and hip-hop.