A trio of young producers - Daniel Memmi, Leven Kali and Sol Was - who worked on developing tracks for Beyoncé's new album "Renaissance", 

gave an interview to Variety in which they detailed the creative process of songs

like "Virgo's Groove". They defined the invitation to work with Bey as something "super organic".

"It was an incredibly collaborative process and it took a long time to really work in the context of the project as a whole.

So at any point, [Beyoncé] can decide to do whatever she wants. So you have to know that it's a possibility and 

we had to really trust it," Leven Kali said. "At the end of the day, you have to make music or art because it makes 

you happy. It doesn't matter the outcome. Whether we were working with her or away from her - you don't know what's going to happen until the last second," he emphasized.

Asked if they would be on the next two albums of the trilogy that Beyoncé

plans to release, they replied: "We can tell that everything will somehow get better. Every time I hear something 

new I get jaw-dropped. So don't even worry about the next two acts," Kali assured.