Beyoncé's Renaissance Movie Contains a Surprising New Song

"Renaissance: The Beyoncé Movie" contains spoilers . Sadly, Beyoncé's Renaissance concert video doesn't include any of the long-awaited visuals from the album, and drops several songs from the tour setlist - but for fans patiently waiting for it to end, it's a treat An unexpected gift.

Prominent Beyhive member Kalen Allen previously teased that there would be a "surprise" at the end of the film following the Los Angeles premiere on November 25, but did not reveal any details. But when the film was released on the evening of November 30, the mystery was revealed.

Bey's new song

While Beyoncé didn't include the closing credits of this renaissance film, she did give viewers something new to keep them from leaving immediately after the show. As the end credits rolled, a brand new song called "My House" played.

"My House," co-written and produced with her longtime collaborator The-Dream, begins with Bey rapping to the accompaniment of marching band horns, drums and chants. According to Genius, "I'm worth saving this money, we're gonna hang out tonight," she rapped. "You can catch me out there and drink brown wine until I drop."

Beyoncé in 2023. Las Vegas Review-Journal/Tribune News Service/Getty Images

Midway through, the song suddenly shifts into a hard-hitting electronic synth that would sound right at home in the Renaissance , and Bey launches into a defiant, inspirational chant: "Get out of my house." Of course, she ends with It ends with a mantra of self-love, leaving fans with a note of healing. “Give your soul to your intuition,” she says in her closing line. “Even if I fall, pick me up and let love heal us all.”

It's unclear whether the song is a glimpse of Beyoncé's next project (the Beyhive is still awaiting a mysterious second act, which has long been rumored to be a country-flavored album), or just some fun new film material Music, and more like how she included a cover of Maze's "Before I Let Go" on her Homecoming live album and Netflix concert special.

But given that the song refers to "the Renaissance, the Revolution," it's possible that "My House" is a remnant of a Renaissance recording that didn't make it onto the album. Call it Bey's version of the "From the Vault" track, if you will.