Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” Finally Available on Spotify and Apple Music
The tracks are streaming three years from their original premier date
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Three years later, Queen B is finally available on your streaming service of choice.
Before Tuesday, Beyoncé fans could only listen to her sixth studio album, Lemonade, if they bought it, watched the accompanying film or streamed it as paying customers of her husband Jay-Z’s streaming service, TIDAL. But now, three years to the day after its 2016 release, Bey’s masterpiece is streaming on both Spotify and Apple Music, Pitchfork reported.
The album, which includes the hits “Formation” and “Sorry,” also features an original demo version of the latter.
This isn’t technically the first time Lemonade songs were available on Spotify. Beyoncé’s new Homecoming: The Live Album featured live versions of a few of the tracks that she performed at Coachella in 2018.
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