Fans have been streaming Lemonade on Tidal and well, wherever they can find it on the internet, but today Beyoncé's No. 1 album is finally available for streaming across multiple platforms. The conceptual album was once only available on Tidal and the platform saw a dramatic increase in memberships following the record's original release exact three years ago on April 23, 2016.
Not only is the record available on Spotify and Apple Music, but the re-release also has one additional song. Bey gifts fans with an alternative version of "Sorry" that is shown to be the original demo. The remainder of the album remains the same, including all of the coveted features by Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, James Blake, and The Weeknd.
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This re-release comes just days after Bey's Homecoming documentary premiered on Netflix and the accompanying Homecoming: The Live Album was released (which included two bonus songs, “Before I Let Go” and “I Been On)." She teased fans with "Where Is The Formation World Tour DVD" merch yesterday and is said to be working on two new projects with Netflix. According to Variety, Homecoming was just the first of three specials with the online streaming network. Beyoncé reportedly inked an incredible $60 million deal with Netflix for her trio of projects, sparking rumors that she may be headed to for a break and transitioning to doing even more with her production company, Parkwood Entertainment.