Who still runs the world? Girls! Beyonce makes a musical return with a new song from a movie soundtrack along with new soundtrack releases from Saweetie and Baby Tate while Summer Walker is breaking new heights with “Still Over It.”

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Beyonce, Saweetie, and Baby Tate Release Their Soundtrack Singles

Queen B hasn’t released music in over a year but Beyonce is back with something for her fans. The beautiful ballad “Be Alive” is an original song for the upcoming motion picture “King Richard.” The movie follows the story of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams and their father and coach Richard Williams. Knowles’ new track is her first since 2020’s “Black Parade.”

From Halle Berry’s new self-directed movie “Bruised”  comes another offering from the star-studded female soundtrack co-curated with Berry and Cardi B

Atlanta rapper Baby Tate shared her new song “Dungarees” from the movie’s soundtrack. 

Saweetie, the marketing maven, is making her voice heard on screens as well. The California rapper has a new song featured in the final season of Issa Rae’s hit show “Insecure.” The new track is titled “Get It Girl” and was first teased in a Beats By Dre ad.

Summer Walker Goes Number One, Coi Leray Drops Remix Of “Twinnem”, GirllCodee Releases Mobb Deep Freestyle

Congrats to Summer Walker who has earned her first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart with “Still Over It.” The album marks both the first R&B album by a woman to top the Billboard 200 in more than five years and the largest streaming week ever for an R&B album by a woman.

Coi Leray’s hit song “Twinnem” was already blowing up with the help of Tik Tok but she has tapped another rapper to help her maximize the song’s popularity. The remix of “Twinnem” is now featuring controversial rapper Da Baby.

Upcoming female duo GirllCodee is bringing back an old-school flair with their new drop “Mobb Deep Freestyle.” The New York duo dropped the short freestyle on Youtube to great feedback from their fans.