Fresh off earning her seventh solo No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with her latest album Renaissance, Beyoncé is gearing up to drop a music video for the LP’s opening track, “I’m That Girl.”

On Friday, Bey dropped a teaser for the “I’m That Girl” visual, though she has not yet announced a release date. When it does arrive, “I’m That Girl” will be the first Renaissance track to receive an official music video, following the release of the Madonna-starring visualizer for “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix).”

The two-minute teaser is highlighted by a rapid montage at the 40-second mark, at which point several different Beyoncés flash on the screen. Considering that Renaissance was initially announced as a “visual album,” it’s possible that Bey is getting ready to drop videos for all 16 of the album’s tracks.

It wouldn’t be the first time Beyoncé dropped an entire visual project.

In 2007, Queen B dropped B’Day Anthology Video Album, which contained 13 music videos for each song from her 2006 LP B’Day. Six years later, Beyoncé’s self-titled fifth studio album was released in tandem with 13 short films, while 2016’s Lemonade was accompanied by an HBO film of the same name. Most recently, in 2020, she released Black Is King, a Disney+ exclusive based on the music of The Lion King: The Gift.

While we await more details regarding Beyoncé’s plans of turning Renaissance into a full visual album, check out the teaser for “I’m That Girl” up top.