Keke exclaimed, “That song’s too great.” “We already know that Beyoncé is empowering. She does this in an understated way. You don’t always know how much she’s really trying to give you—the life that you deserve and you need.”

Keke pointed out that listening to the song causes you to pause. For her, it’s the line: “Fire beneath your feet / Music when you speak / You are so unique,” adding, “For me, that’s when s–t goes haywire.”

She’s been telling me, YouYou are unique. Keke explained, “Everything she is saying to herself she’s reminding and places an exclamation-point mark on the ending where she’s letting everyone know.” This renaissance was needed!

Similar to Beyoncé, Keke has navigated the music industry with chart-topping hits.