Beyoncé Continues Her "Renaissance" Era With "I'm That Girl" Video

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Beyoncé's "Renaissance" era continues! On Friday, the 40-year-old icon dropped a teaser for the upcoming music video for "I'm That Girl," reminding her fans of her main character energy. In the short clip, Beyoncé is shown cooking up a meal in a metallic armor bodysuit. Visuals then cut to the singer having the time of her life at a club.

That same day, Beyoncé also released her collaboration with soul legends Ronald Isley and The Isley Brothers, "Make Me Say It Again, Girl," a reimagining of their 1975 track "Make Me Say It Again Girl (Part 1 & 2)." The Isley Brothers first teased the song in a June 2021 Variety interview, way before Beyoncé announced her "Renaissance" album. "She's recording her part by end of June or first week July," Kandy Isley said in the interview, referencing the "Break My Soul" singer.

Beyoncé officially dropped "Renaissance" on July 29, and it's currently No. 1 on the Billboard charts. To celebrate its release, she held a star-studded Club Renaissance party at New York City's Paradise Club.

Watch the teaser for the "I'm That Girl" video above.