- 23 Apr 19
After a three year wait, pop super star Beyoncé has debuted her critically acclaimed sixth album 'Lemonade' on all major streaming services.
Pop legend Beyoncé’s critically acclaimed sixth album Lemonade has finally arrived on all major streaming services. Originally released as a Tidal exclusive, the album’s rollout closely mirrored that of previous self-titled effort, Beyoncé, which is widely regarded as the originator of the surprise record. Beyoncé and husband Jay are both Co-Owners of the high end streaming service, and have released each of their past three albums as Tidal exclusives before adding them to other streaming platforms.
The change comes on the third anniversary of Lemonade’s release, and the album now features a demo version of ‘Sorry,’ one of its biggest hits. The announcement also immediately follows up the release of Beyoncé’s HOMECOMING film, a documentary and concert film surrounding her now iconic performance at Coachella 2018, as well as HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM, the accompanying record.
Upon its release, Lemonade was widely regarded as a new creative peak for the singer, showcasing her emotional range and creative force, and shattering preexisting definitions of her music and her artistic identity. The record featured high profile collaborations with the likes of Jack White, The Weeknd, James Blake, and Kendrick Lamar, and featured writing credits from a vast array of stars like Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend, Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd, Joshua Tillman (FKA Father John Misty) and both members of Outkast.
A possible film surrounding Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour has also been teased, with news breaking recently that her deal with Netflix was for not one, but three projects. Whatever these projects may be, and whenever we can expect new music from the ever-secretive pop star, you can be sure to find all the latest right here.