Raven Clemons

Beyoncé Says This is My House with New Song

Music Scene Media
Dec 4, 2023
2 min read

Beyoncé just moved into your neighborhood, and she's making herself at home with her latest song, "My House.” As the first lady, Michelle Obama, eloquently said in a 2019 interview praising Beyoncé, “Hey queen! Girl, you have done it again. Constantly raising the bar for us all and doing it flawlessly.” 

“My House” accompanies her documentary concert film Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé. It’s not just a song; it's a downright gift to the Beyhive, and even Apple Music couldn't help but share in an Instagram post, “A gift from the queen.” 

The track was written and produced by Beyoncé and American songwriter The-Dream, with which Queen Bey collaborated on her 2022 Grammy-nominated album, Renaissance. Seamlessly weaving into the sonic tapestry of a trap and blending electro-house elements, "My House" showcases her versatility and evolution as an artist. The production is notably high-caliber, featuring intricate beats and synths seamlessly complement Beyoncé's commanding vocals. 

The vibe of her latest song? Well, it's got the same electric feel as some on Renaissance, but "My House" is like another cool, rebellious version of “Don’t Hurt Yourself” featuring Jack White from her 2016 album Lemonade.

Beyoncé fearlessly kicks off the song, singing, "Who they came to see? Me." She isn't asking; she's telling. It's like the opening line is a mic drop moment that echoes through the entire song, reminding us she's not just a part of the music industry—she is the industry.

The lyrics further amplify this sense of dominance and self-assurance. “Who reppin' like me? / Don't make me get out of my seat / Don't make me come up off of this beat" exudes a powerful energy, daring anyone to challenge Beyoncé.

When you think you've caught your breath, she drops some introspective wisdom: "I will always love you, but I’ll never expect you to love me when you don’t even love yourself." Beyoncé is giving life lessons amid an anthem for independence and owning your damn self.

Placing "My House" during the end credits of Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé is a testament to Beyoncé's meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that every element, from visuals to sound, contributes to the overall impact of her artistic expression.

For fans eager to experience the magic of "My House," the single is available for streaming now.

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