Beyoncé’s 'Lemonade' Is Finally Streaming on Spotify and Apple Music Exactly three years after its release, the album is available on all streaming services. 'Lemonade,' released on April 23, 2016, was previously only available to TIDAL subscribers. The 13-track album features guest appearances by The Weeknd, James Blake and Kendrick Lamar. Live versions of some 'Lemonade' tracks were released as part of Beyonce’s 'Homecoming: The Live Album.' Beyonce released her Netflix documentary, 'Homecoming,' on

‘Lemonade’ drops on all streaming services, and Beyoncé fans can’t handle it

On the third anniversary of Beyoncé sending fans into a tizzy with her album and 65-minute film “Lemonade,” Queen Bey has released the audio to all streaming services.

The audio will include Beyoncé reciting poetry written by Warsan Shire, just as she does in the visual.

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Until now, fans who wanted to listen to “Hold Up,” “6 Inch,” “Daddy Lessons,” “Freedom” and other songs on the record had to sign up for Tidal, co-owned by Beyoncé, or buy a copy of the album on CD or vinyl. Now, fans will have her entire music catalog available for streaming.

You can find the album here:

Fans are again elated, propelling “Lemonade” to the top of the conversation on Twitter.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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