Beyoncé gave her followers a style of what’s coming subsequent as a part of her Renaissance. On Friday (Aug. 12), Beyoncé, 40, shared the “official teaser” to “I’M THAT GIRL,” presumably the music video for the primary observe on her new album. In the beginning of the visible, Bey is a home goddess who’s one half Barbarella, one half Rosie from The Jetsons, and all queen. Whereas sporting a chrome physique piece with matching silver boots, Beyonce poses all through a darkened dwelling – first within the closet, then within the bed room, earlier than going to a kitchen the place she cracks an egg off her metallic outfit (whereas consuming a glass of wine.)
Nevertheless, this tackle The Stepford Wives offers approach to an entire new dream. As Bey walks out the entrance door, her outfit shifts. All of a sudden, she’s in a membership in a black robe with metallic gildings. Then, she’s exterior in a midriff-bearing half-shirt and a pair of dotted booty shorts. Then, she’s on a bar in a pair of fishnet stockings and a black bodice. A horse, presumably the one from the Renaissance cowl artwork, seems, and Bey serenades it whereas going into “I’m That Woman.” The teaser additionally showcased a gun outfitted with a mic on the finish, including just a little bit extra hazard and sexiness to this tease.
Someplace on this trend present, a montage performs (across the 0:38 mark), exhibiting Bey in a sequence of seems – messy hair and a crimson gown, zebra-striped sun shades and a furry-sleeved gown, the hat from the “Break My Soul” cowl artwork, a moist look, a helmet that makes it appear like Bey has many faces – hinting that this teaser is for greater than only a music video.
Beyoncé isn’t any stranger to visible artwork. She famously launched a visible album to Lemonade in 2016, incomes her a handful of Primetime Emmy nominations. In 2020, Beyoncé wrote, directed, and executively produced Black Is King, a visible companion to the 2019 album, The Lion King: The Present, which Bey additionally curated. Black Is King received Greatest Music Movie on the 63rd Grammy Awards, whereas “Brown Pores and skin Woman” received Greatest Music Video (giving Blue Ivy Carter, Bey’s daughter, her first Grammy Award.) Plus, “Black Parade” received the Grammy for Greatest R&B Efficiency, giving Beyoncé her twenty eighth grammy win. With that, Bey turned essentially the most awarded singer and feminine artist in Grammy historical past.