Beyoncé and Drake switch things up and the internet is buzzing.
On Monday, Beyoncé caused a stir when she released a new single, “Break My Soul,” from her highly anticipated seventh studio album, “Renaissance,” shocking fans in the best way.
The legendary artist, who set the industry standard for surprise album releases in the 2010s, stunned audiences with the melody, which is quite different from the songs the award-winning singer usually roars.
With its heavy house influence, the summer-ready dance track embarks on a new musical direction for the queen of Bey Hive.
Amid the praise for the track, Twitter users couldn’t help but call out connections between Beyoncé’s new song and Drake’s house music debut with his “Honestly, Nevermind” album.
Drake’s album was released on Friday days before Beyoncé’s final track.
Fans jumped onto the social platform with hilarious reactions to the pair’s similar musical changes as debates sizzled over who was better.
Some Twitter users praised Beyonce for capitalizing on the popular wave of the genre, the same way Drake did on his new album.
Other fans accused Drake of knowing about Beyoncé’s house project release and posting her work first to get the upper hand.
“Drake said y’all would make it up to you knowing Beyoncé released a house album…my son really is a Scorpio,” another person wrote.
Many fans have sided with the “Falling Back” artist, decrying the hypocrisy of people dissenting from Drake’s breakthrough in house music while glorifying Beyoncé for similar sounds.
Listen to Beyoncé’s new single below.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.