It's like Christmas for the BeyHive today. Netflix debuted Beyonce's HOMECOMING documentary earlier today but the iconic singer also unexpectedly dropped an accompanying album, HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM which included unreleased music. Next week marks the three-year anniversary since she released her sixth studio album and accompanying film, Lemonade. For the first time ever, the audio from the film will be available across all streaming services.
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Variety reports that the audio from Beyonce's film Lemonade will finally arrive on all streaming services to mark the third anniversary for the film's debut on HBO. The audio from the film included poetry by Somali poet Warsan Shire and samples of Malcolm X speeches. Both will be included in the audio release. The film was previously only available on TIDAL which she co-owns. The audio from the Lemonade film will arrive on streaming services on April 23rd.
Lemonade served as the first release of The Carters' trilogy which was followed by Jay-Z's 4:44 and concluded with 2018's Everything Is Love. Lemonade featured appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, The Weeknd, and James Blake. The album earned Beyonce a Grammy for Urban Contemporary Album and a nomination for Best Album which she lost to Adele.
Aside from her musical efforts, Beyonce recently announced her iconic partnership with Adidas where she'll serve as a creative partner and also relaunch her own brand, Park Ivy.