Beyoncé Drops New Single “My House” to Celebrate “Renaissance” Release

Beyonce at the 2016 MTV Music Awards
Beyonce at the 2016 MTV Music Awards. Photo by David X Prutting/BFA/REX/Shutterstock (5848771av)

After a lot of anticipation, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé is finally here, and she found a perfect way to mark the occasion. Queen B celebrated the release of her highly-anticipated concert film by dropping a new song “My House” as a part of its post-credits.

Produced and co-written by Beyoncé and The-Dream—who also co-wrote her hit songs “Single Ladies” and “Break My Soul”—“My House” is a hip-hop-infused track that celebrates Queen B’s Houston roots. Beyoncé’s fans got the first taste of this song in the post-credit scenes of Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, before it was released to streaming services.

“My House” marks Beyoncé’s first solo song since the release of Renaissance in 2022. Despite not dropping any new music of her own this year, she collaborated with Travis Scott on “Delresto (Echoes)” from his latest album Utopia, and released Renaissance tracks “America Has a Problem” ft. Kendrick Lamar and “Virgo’s Groove” as singles.

Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé was released in theatres on December 1, and it chronicles the journey Beyoncé and her team embarked on during her historic Renaissance World Tour. The film was met with rave reviews following its release and the box office experts are predicting it will earn $20–25 million during its opening weekend.