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Thirsty? Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Now Streaming Across All Major Platforms

Before now, only those with a Tidal account had access to the film

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    Thirsty? Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Now Streaming Across All Major Platforms
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    Beyoncé fans knows April 23 marks a special significance for the "Hold Up" singer

    Beyhive, get in formation. Beyoncé fans are currently devouring the audio release of her "Lemonade" film, which is now finally available across multiple streaming services.

    Before now, only those with a Tidal account (the streaming service she co-owns) had access to the film. 

    Beyoncé fans knows April 23 marks a special significance for the "Hold Up" singer and her fans, as the 65-minute film released on the same date three years ago. Along with the pop star's lyrics, "Lemonade" also uses poetry from Somali poet, Warsan Shire.

    Before now, only those with a Tidal account (the streaming service she co-owns) had access to the film. 

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    For those ready to hear the Lemonade audio, you might remember it was divided into 11 parts. They are: "Intuition," "Denial," "Anger," "Apathy," "Emptiness," "Accountability," "Reformation," "Forgiveness," "Resurrection," "Hope" and "Redemption."

    The drop comes soon after Beyoncé premiered the highly-anticipated Homecoming documentary on Netflix, which chronicles her iconic 2018 Coachella performance and the behind-the-scenes moments fans didn't get to see.