Renaissance marks Beyoncé's first solo album in six years, since the 2016 release of Lemonade

The musician, 40, officially released her seventh studio album Renaissance as the clock struck midnight early Friday morning.

Featuring previously released lead single "Break My Soul," which dropped last month, the dance-heavy LP features 15 other tracks: "I'm That Girl"

In contrast to the ultra-personal material of her previous solo album, 2016's Lemonade, the songs on Renaissance are clearly crafted for dance floors

However, she seems to reference her relationship with JAY-Z and its rumored turbulence — widely believed to have inspired Lemonade

"Plastic Off the Sofa," meanwhile, seems to nod to some of the public's perception of the couple following the confessional album

We don't need the world's acceptance / They're too hard on me, they're too hard on you, boy," she says in the first verse

In a message shared ahead of Renaissance's release, Beyoncé revealed the album will be part of a "three-act project."