Beyoncé's new single "Break My Soul" described as a gay anthem for the ages

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      Beyoncé is back trending on Twitter in her 25th year in the entertainment industry.

      It's because at last night, the 40-year-old artist dropped a new single, "Break My Soul", that has the Beyhive bopping to the beat and the message.

      In the song, she suggests it's time to let down your hair and release your anger, mind, job, time, trade, stress, and love, and forget the rest.

      Made with Big Freedia, it's been described the song as "a gay anthem for the ages" by Pink News. The single, which was released during Pride Month, includes a declaration about "the Queens in the front and the Doms in the back".

      "Break My Soul" is out less than a week after Beyoncé indicated that serve will up a new album—her first since the release of Lemonade in 2016.

      Check out the lyrics below.

      Video: Check out the lyrics for "Break My Soul" by Beyoncé.

      Here are some of the reactions over social media.