LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 14: Beyonce Knowles-Carter attends the European Premiere of Disney's "The Lion King" at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square on July 14, 2019 in London, England.

Beyoncé always comes with meaningful lyrics and that’s definitely true on Renaissance. The icon’s seventh studio album arrived last month and has been on repeat for her millions of fans ever since it dropped.

Renaissance debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and also makes this year’s biggest week by a woman with 332,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending Aug. 4, per Billboard.

The icon’s lead single “Break My Soul” off of the new LP landed her in good company with Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney. When that song entered the top 20, Bey became the first woman ever to rack up at least 20 top 10 hits as a solo act and 10 or more top 10s as a group member on the Billboard Hot 100. She later released a surprise EP containing four remixes of “Break My Soul” with Black Eyed Peas’ will.i.am, Chicago house icon Terry Hunter, global electronic DJ/ producer Honey Dijon, and New York-bred DJ and producer Nita Aviance. A fifth remix featuring Madonna dropped earlier this month.

Prior to the release of Renaissance, Bey told fans, vi her website: “Creating this album allowed me a place to dream and to find escape during a scary time for the world. It allowed me to feel free and adventurous in a time when little else was moving. My intention was to create a safe place, a place without judgment. A place to be free of perfectionism and overthinking. A place to scream, release, feel freedom. It was a beautiful journey of exploration.”

The 28-time Grammy winner went on to express gratitude to those who inspired her in the creating process of the album: “I want to give a special thank you to Rumi, Sir, and Blue for allowing me the space, creativity, and inspiration. And a special thanks to my beautiful husband and muse, who held me down during those late nights in the studio. A big thank you to my uncle Johnny. He was my godmother and the first person to expose me to a lot of the music and culture that serve as inspiration for this album. Thank you to all of the pioneers who originate culture, to all of the fallen angels whose contributions have gone unrecognized for far too long. This is a celebration for you. Thank you to my Parkwood crew, my slab, Dream, and all of the talented producers involved. Mama, I luhhhh you. To my father, my O.G., my first teacher: You inspire me in every move that I make. I love you.”

Lastly, the icon gave a special shoutout to the Beyhive: “To all of my fans: I hope you find joy in this music. I hope it inspires you to release the wiggle. Ha! And to feel as unique, strong, and sexy as you are. Love y’all deep, B.”

Take a look at the best lines from each song in Renaissance:

  • 1. "I'm That Girl"

    Beyoncé sets the tone for Renaissance with “I’m That Girl.” On the opening track Beyoncé sings, “I pull up in these clothes, look so good/’Cause I’m in that, hoe/You know all these songs sound good/’Cause I’m on that, hoe.” The icon lets her fans know that she has been and forever will be “that girl.”

  • 2. "Cozy"

    “Cozy” is all about being comfortable and confident in all that you are and Beyoncé did just that with the lyrics, “She’s a god, she’s a hero/ She survived all she been through/ Confident, damn, she lethal/Might I suggest you don’t f— with my sis/’Cause she comfortable.”

  • 3. "Alien Superstar"

    “Alien Superstar” was an easy standout favorite and so is one of the most notable lines of the album: “Category, bad bitch I’m the bar.”

  • 4. "Cuff It"

    That “Cuff It” to “Energy” transition lives rent-free in our heads but so does the line, “You Mister Nasty, I’ll clean it up” as Beyoncé channels her “Partition” alter ego on this track.

  • 5. "Energy"

    Beyoncé did not hold back with the line “‘Cause them Karens just turned into terrorists.” Enough said.

  • 6. "Break My Soul"

    When Beyoncé dropped “Break My Soul,” the disco-pop hit went down as the unofficial song of the summer. The line “Ain’t takin’ no flicks but the whole clique snapped” is reminiscent of summer and a very accurate depiction of an unforgettable girls night out.

  • 7. "Plastic Off The Sofa"

    “Plastic Off The Sofa” is a beautiful love song but the giggle after Bey delivers the line, “I think you’re so cool (even though I’m cooler than you)” shows off a piece of her personality that is not always seen.

  • 8. "Church Girl"

    On “Church Girl,” Beyoncé brought back an old school saying with the line,”She gon’ shake that a– and them pretty tig ol’ bitties.”

  • 9. "Virgo's Groove"

    You already know how Beyoncé loves a water sport reference (i.e. Drunk in Love’s “surfboart” line) and in “Virgo’s Groove” she does just that with the line,”Cuddled up on the couch/Motorboat, baby, spin around/Slow-mo coming out my blouse.”

  • 10. "Move"

    Beyoncé is never shy talking about her spirituality so it comes to know surprise that the Moses’ Red Sea reference found its way on Renaissance with the line, “When the queen come through, part like the Red Sea/ Move out the way”

  • 11. "Heated"

    On the track, co-wrritten by Drake, Beyoncé shouts out her late Uncle Johnny who she dedicated Renaissance to. Her uncle with the help of her mother Tina Knowles, made several outfits for Destiny’s Child.

    The line: “Uncle Johnny made my dress/ That cheap Spandex, she looks a mess”

  • 12. Thique

    On “Thique,” Beyoncé celebrates her curves with the line “That’s that thique, that’s that real s—.”

  • 13. "All Up In Your Mind"

    In “All Up In Your Mind,” Beyoncé poses the question, “Is my love a crime ’cause I wanna make you mine?”

  • 14. "America Has A Problem"

    “America Has A Problem” and its that we can’t stop listening to this album. This track is the most rap-heavy of all the songs on Renaissance and Beyoncé proves she has bars. “Your ex-dealer dope, but ain’t crack enough” is one of the hottest bars on the record.

  • 15. "Pure/Honey"

    We all felt it when Beyoncé sang, “Bad bitches to the left, money bitches to the right” on “Pure/Honey” as we try to run to both sides in the club.

  • 16. "Summer Renaissance"

    You know once you get to “Summer Renaissance” that you’re at the end. But, before Beyoncé leaves, she shouts out the black-owned fashion house Telfar because you know Bey is always on trend.

    The line: “This Telfar bag imported, Birkins, them s—- in storage.”