Beyoncé’s Lemonade Is Now Available To Stream Across All Platforms

Who else is super duper proud of Queen B?

Throughout her career, Bey has managed to inspire thousands, not to say millions, of people out there with everything she has to offer. And the most recent development is that Queen B’s album Lemonade is now available to stream in all platforms. Before being released exclusively on Tidal, the project premiered on HBO. It included “Formation”, “Sorry” as well as “Freedom”. As per the theme of the album, it also dives deep into the issues that the power couple had, suggesting that there was some infidelity that almost jeopardized the relationship.

Bey made sure to let everyone know how important this project was to her, saying:

If I gave two fucks about streaming numbers / Would have put Lemonade up on Spotify.

Since it has been released, the album has been available for purchase. However, the good (great) news is that it is now available for STREAMING across all platforms. A literal dream come true. People can’t contain their excitement.


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The option to stream on other apps hasn’t been particularly quick.

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Yes, it’s arrived exactly three years to the date that it was first released.

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But people don’t care, and they act like they’re listening to it for the very first time.

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And the album comes with an original demo version of Sorry.

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Who else is super excited about the Choreography version which will be released in 2022?

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HOUSTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 15: Beyonce performs onstage during the “On the Run II” Tour at NRG Stadium on September 15, 2018 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Kevin Winter/PW18/Getty Images for Parkwood Entertainment)

We stan a legend, honestly.


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