Beyonce rocks Rolling Stones t-shirt while signing vinyl version of Renaissance at record store

Beyoncé’s latest studio album, Renaissance, is already another smash hit for the pop superstar, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 chart weeks after lead single Break My Soul topped the US Billboard Hot 100.

As a result, she now holds the distinction of being the only female musical artist to have her first seven studio albums debut at number one in the US

Still firmly entrenched in promo mode some two months later, Queen Bey made her way to a record store to sign copies of her record-breaking album, looking casually cool. The Rolling Stones T-shirt, vintage blue jeans and black cowboy boots.

Beyoncé, 41, signed a slew of copies of her new studio album, Renaissance, which was documented in a slick new video she posted to Instagram

Beyoncé, 41, signed a slew of copies of her new studio album, Renaissance, which was documented in a slick new video she posted to Instagram

The singer-songwriter (born Beyoncé Giselle Knowles), 41, wanted to document the fan-friendly outing in a slick new video, which she shared on her Instagram page for her 277 million followers.

With her new song, Cuff It, playing in the background, the video begins with a close-up of the album sitting in the record store rack, listed under the Beyoncé section.

The cover shows Bey atop a horse with her long blonde locks flowing down her chest, decked out in a barely there silver ensemble.

In the video, she would pull her blonde locks back from her face at the front, but let it fall all the way down to her waist at the back.

With her new song, Cuff It, playing in the background, the video begins with a close-up of the album sitting in the record store rack, listed under the Beyoncé section

With her new song, Cuff It, playing in the background, the video begins with a close-up of the album sitting in the record store rack, listed under the Beyoncé section

Queen Bey looked casually cool in a Rolling Stones t-shirt, vintage blue jeans and black cowboy boots for her outing at the record store

Queen Bey looked casually cool in a Rolling Stones t-shirt, vintage blue jeans and black cowboy boots for her outing at the record store

Flowing: In the video, she would pull her blonde locks back from her face at the front, but let it fall all the way down to her waist at the back

Flowing: In the video, she would pull her blonde locks back from her face at the front, but let it fall all the way down to her waist at the back

Theme: There are images of the vinyl record spinning on a turntable, likely a reference to the songs being seamlessly arranged and mixed as a DJ would while spinning at a club

Theme: There are images of the vinyl record spinning on a turntable, likely a reference to the songs being seamlessly arranged and mixed as a DJ would while spinning at a club

The singer can then be seen proudly standing in front of rows and rows of her album, all the while pointing to one of the vinyl records she is holding up with her left hand.

The focus then shifts to the various renaissance shelves in the store, using some cool editing.

There are a few shots of her signing album covers and the vinyl version spinning on a turntable, which is likely a reference to the songs being seamlessly arranged and mixed like a DJ would while spinning at a club.

She also gives fans a look at the many rows of Renaissance in the racks and a display of her massive cover image that is in the front of the store.

Class of her own: With Renaissance topping the Billboard 200 chart weeks, the singer-songwriter now holds the distinction of being the only female musical artist to have her first seven studio albums debut at number one in the US

Class of her own: With Renaissance topping the Billboard 200 chart weeks, the singer-songwriter now holds the distinction of being the only female musical artist to have her first seven studio albums debut at number one in the US

Bey has taken over: The pop superstar also gives fans a look at the many rows of Renaissance on the store's racks

Bey has taken over: The pop superstar also gives fans a look at the many rows of Renaissance on the store’s racks

Overall, the new batch of tunes is a mix of post-1970s black dance music with disco and house music conceived and recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic

Overall, the new batch of tunes is a mix of post-1970s black dance music with disco and house music conceived and recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic

Overall, the new batch of tunes, which were conceived, written and recorded during the COVID-19 pandemic, are a mix of post-1970s black dance music with disco and house music.

With the lead single, Break My Soul, reaching number one, it became her 20th top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100, which has only been accomplished by two other artists: Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson.

Renaissance is her first studio album since 2016’s Lemonade, which was accompanied by a 65-minute film of the same name.

Dubbed a ‘visual album’, Lemonade encompasses a range of genres including reggae, blues, rock, hip-hop, soul, funk, country, electronica and trap.

By the end of 2019, Lemonade had sold over 2.5 million worldwide, making it the best-selling album of 2016.

Superstar treatment: Fans also get a look at the massive cover image that's in the front of the store

Superstar treatment: Fans also get a look at the massive cover image that’s in the front of the store

Glowing: The former Destiny's Child star donned sunglasses and flashed her infectious smile

Play sick: The singer became play sick during the outing

Bonafide superstar: Along with his seven studio albums, the Texas native also recorded five albums with his former group, Destin’y Child between 1998 and 2004

Illustrative company: With the first release from the album, Break My Soul, hitting number one, it gave Beyoncé her 20th top 10 single on the Billboard Hot 100, a feat accomplished by only two other artists: Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson

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