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Lizzo can’t contain her excitement over Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour setlist

Lizzo shared a selfie video on TikTok in which she mentioned the deep cuts and Destiny's Child tracks that Beyoncé has included in the setlist

By Web Desk
May 13, 2023
Lizzo can’t contain her excitement over Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour setlist
Lizzo can’t contain her excitement over Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour setlist

American rapper Lizzo expressed her excitement about Beyoncé's upcoming Renaissance World Tour on social media, revealing that the singer is resurrecting every song from her discography for the show.

Lizzo shared a selfie video on TikTok in which she mentioned the deep cuts and Destiny's Child tracks that Beyoncé has included in the setlist.

“Beyoncé went to her whiteboard and she wrote down every song in her discography. Every single one. And she said, ‘Yeah, I could play that,'” Lizzo said. “And she put every. single. Y’all, I don’t even…

“I haven’t even read the setlist. But she put ‘Signs’? ‘Cater 2 U’? ‘Speechless’?” she continued. “Baby, come on! I can’t wait, I can’t wait, I’m about to lose…Vocal rest for a week, bi—, before the show ’cause I’m singing.”

Although Lizzo claims she hasn't seen the official setlist, she got several tracks right from the opening show in Stockholm. The Renaissance World Tour features all 16 songs from last year's album of the same name, as well as songs from Beyoncé's past album eras, Destiny's Child hits, and collaborations. The tour will come to North America in July, with dates in Toronto, Philadelphia, Nashville, and Louisville.

Lizzo rose to fame with her third album titled "Cuz I Love You" in 2019. The album's lead single "Truth Hurts" became a popular hit. Lizzo is recognized for her strong vocals and promoting body positivity.

Beyoncé's Renaissance World Tour finally kicked off on May 10 at Stockholm's Friends Arena. The tour will continue throughout Europe until July 9 before heading to North America, with shows in cities like Toronto, Philadelphia, Chicago, and more, before ending in New Orleans on September 27.