Published Apr 23, 2019It's been three years to the day since Beyoncé blessed us with Lemonade, and now the album has finally made its way to Spotify and Apple Music.
The record was initially released as a visual film on HBO, then available exclusively on Tidal.
She referenced the decision on last year's "Nice" from Everything Is Love, rapping, "If I gave two fucks about streaming numbers, would have put Lemonade on Spotify."
Throughout the course of the Lemonade album cycle, Beyoncé released portions of the film on YouTube, including videos for "Formation," "Sorry," "Hold Up," "Daddy Lessons" and "All Night."
The new version of the album also features a bonus track in the form of a demo version of "Sorry."
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Stream Lemonade below via Spotify and Apple Music.
In other Beyoncé news, she recently released her Netflix film Homecoming and is slated to deliver two more exclusive projects on the streaming service.
A surprise accompanying live album was also released last week, and new song "Before I Let Go" has already spawned its own viral dance challenge (as shared via Bey's Instagram stories).