Beyoncé’s Lemonade to be released on all streaming platforms

The audio from Beyoncé‘s 65-minute Lemonade film will be released across all streaming services on Tuesday, 23 April. 

According to Variety, the release marks the third anniversary of the film’s debut on HBO, marking the first time all of the musician’s catalogue will be available for streaming. 

Until now, the film was only available through Tidal, which Beyoncé co-owns. It’s divided into 11 chapters – ”Intuition”, “Denial”, “Anger”, “Apathy”, “Emptiness”, “Accountability”, “Reformation”, “Forgiveness”, “Resurrection”, “Hope”, and “Redemption”.

The release will include audio of Beyoncé reciting poetry by Warsan Shire, which featured as part of the Lemonade film.

It was nominated for four Emmys: Outstanding Variety Special, Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special, Outstanding Picture Editing for Variety Programming, and Outstanding Production Design for a Variety, Nonfiction, Event, or Award Special. 

The new release will arrive just six days after Netflix’s premiere of Homecoming, a 137-minute documentary Beyoncé directed about her headlining performance at last year’s Coachella. 

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