And the Beyoncé house music era continues.
Clocking in at an additional two minutes longer than the original, Dijon's version replaces the song's heady keys with a booming drum programming and pulsing basslines throughout.
Dijon also traded out Big Freedia's break-down-the-door vocal feature and Queen Bey's delicate harmonies for textured rhythmic arrangements and power chords.
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The remix EP also includes takes by will.i.am, Terry Hunter and Nita Aviance, and follows the July 29th release of Beyoncé 's seventh studio album, Renaissance. Honey Dijon is credited on the project as a contributor to "COZY," alongside Green Velvet, and "ALIEN SUPERSTAR."
"To share my Chicago house music roots and black queer and trans culture with you and the world is profound and emotional," Dijon wrote on social media in an open thank you note to Beyoncé. "I am honored, humbled, delirious with joy, and proud."
Read Honey Dijon's full statement below.