The Royal House of LaBeija was invited to an exclusive star-studded release party for Beyonce's "Renaissance." The Royal House of LaBeija, which was given a shout-out on Beyonce's "Break My Soul" remix, was the only house of ballroom invited to the party. The Royal House of LaBeija is grateful for Beyoncé and Parkwood Entertainment for supporting the culture of Black and queer communities.
In an August 8 article, Njera Perkins for Popsugar showcased the photos at the exclusive party:
Beyoncé's renaissance is just beginning, and fans and stars are all excited for what's in store for her new era. The icon released her highly-anticipated "Renaissance" album on July 29, already her seventh No. 1 solo album and the biggest debut from a woman artist this year, per Billboard. So how did Beyoncé celebrate her big release? With an extravagant, star-studded party aptly called Club Renaissance, of course.
On Aug. 5, one week after "Renaissance" dropped, the pop star hosted an intimate gathering in New York City for friends and family at Paradise Club, where she turned The Times Square Edition venue into her own Studio 54-inspired dance party. Beyoncé's A-list guest list included folks like Michelle Williams, Kendrick Lamar, Leonardo DiCaprio, La La Anthony, Normani, Yara Shahidi, Cynthia Erivo, Donald Glover, father Mathew Knowles, mother Tina Knowles-Lawson, and, of course, husband JAY-Z. They all showed up in their best vintage pieces for the one-night-only function.
Beyoncé also invited members of the House of LaBeija (featured on HBO Max's "Legendary"), one of the many houses she shouted-out on her Madonna-assisted "Break My Soul" remix, which released the same day of her party. There's no telling what else Beyoncé has up her sleeve, but since "Renaissance" is just act one of her three-act project, there should be more exciting surprises on the way.