The notoriously secretive performer opened up a bit about her life in the write-up. Here's what we learned:
The singer revealed that she had an emergency C-section when she was pregnant with her twins, Sir and Rumi Carter. "My health and my babies’ health were in danger," she said.
Beyoncé is adamant about doing away with gatekeeping and ensuring that people of color reach their fullest potential. "It’s important to me that I help open doors for younger artists," she said in Vogue.
Last week, the Huffington Post reported that the cover, which happens to be the pop star's fourth Vogue cover feature, would be shot by Tyler Mitchell.
That turned out to be true, which makes Mitchell the first black person to snap the cover shot in the publication's 126-year history.
"There are so many cultural and societal barriers to entry that I like to do what I can to level the playing field, to present a different point of view for people who may feel like their voices don’t matter," Beyoncé said.
Beyoncé added that she's experienced ups and downs just like the rest of us. "I've been through hell and back, and I'm grateful for every scar," she said.
As far as her legacy goes, the singer says she's "in a place of gratitude right now."
"I am accepting of who I am. I will continue to explore every inch of my soul and every part of my artistry," she said.
"I want to learn more, teach more, and live in full."