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My Soul is Ready: Beyoncé joined TikTok and Thank Her Fans

Beyoncé Joined TikTok and Thank fans

The woman (Beyoncé) who innovates at every turn has joined the platform known for its innovative creators, and we are beyond ready for all the content to come.

Beyoncé posted her first-ever TikTok on Thursday and used the moment to highlight some of the creators and fans who have celebrated her new single, “Break My Soul.”

As of Thursday morning, Beyoncé already has garnered more than 3.3 million followers on TikTok.

“Seeing y’all release the wiggle made me so happy! Thank you so much for all the love for BREAK MY SOUL! – Love B,” the singer wrote, adding for good measure the usernames of many of the people who appeared in her compilation video, like Josh Dior, Gregorian Sisters and Charles Osborne.

One creator included in the singer’s video, Nate White, commented: “NOT BEY HAVING ME VOGUEING UP N THIS MASHUP.”

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“I woulda brushed my hair,” he added.

Beyoncé joined TikTok

Beyoncé released “Break My Soul” last month. Her new album “Renaissance” is set to come out on July 29, a day that will surely be great. Just not as great of a day as the people included in Beyoncé’s first TikTok are having.

In joining TikTok, Beyoncé expands her already formidable social media presence. The 28-time Grammy winning singer has 268 million followers on Instagram, 56 million on Facebook, nearly 25 million YouTube subscribers and 15.5 million Twitter followers.

Beyoncé is the only artist in history to have all of her first six studio albums reach the top of Billboard’s album charts. “Renaissance” is the first drop of new solo music from the artist since her 2016 “Lemonade”; the forthcoming album’s secondary title, “act i,” suggests that it will be part of a larger or multi-part project.

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