At long last, the Queen has returned. After announcing that her forthcoming album Renaissance will drop on July 29, Beyoncé unveiled the lead single on Monday night: “Break My Soul.” Co-produced by The-Dream, Christopher “Tricky” Stewart, and Beyoncé herself, it’s an upbeat house song with New Orleans bounce music influences (complete with samples of Big Freedia and Robin S), and it’s perfectly timed with the first day of summer.

Whenever Beyoncé ushers in a new era, there’s a lot to discuss, so the Complex Music team got together and broke down some of the most important things you need to know about “Break My Soul.” From the dance music trend that’s starting to take over pop music to some The Great Resignation lyrical references, here are six things you should know about the song.