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Beyonce Lemonade

1,095 days later, Beyoncé’s Lemonade is available to stream everywhere

The conceptual visual album took its time to spread its wings beyond Tidal, but it’s now available on all streaming platforms

Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade is now available to stream on all platforms for the first time. The artist’s “conceptual project” was initially released on lossless streaming service Tidal – co-owned by Beyoncé and Jay-Z – on 23 April 2016 before hitting the shelves the following day, but now subscribers of Apple Music and Spotify can stream it in full.

The record sparked intense rumours of a split from husband Jay-Z with explicit references to his infidelity bubbling up to the surface on several tracks: “You can taste the dishonesty... it’s on your breath” she sings on “Pray You Catch Me”, and “He only want me when I'm not there, he better call Becky with the good hair”, the now infamous lines from “Sorry”.

The release was announced by Spotify via Twitter: “When Beyoncé give you Lemonade…” comes complete with a bonus track, a previously unheard demo of “Sorry”.

Just last week the singer dropped Homecoming, a feature-length Netflix film about her monumental headline set at Coachella in 2018, featuring cameos from sister Solange and her former group Destiny’s Child, a release that was met with widespread critical acclaim and hailed soon after as “historic”. 

You can stream Lemonade on Spotify here and Apple Music here.