IT'S FINALLY HAPPENED.
Three years after releasing the most iconic album of the decade, dare I say century, Beyoncé has finally dropped 'Lemonade' on other streaming services, including Spotify and Apple music.
It will now be easy peasy to listen to her legendary album, three years after it's initial release. Up until now, Beyoncé only had the album available on the streaming service TIDAL which is co-owned by Beyoncé and husband, Jay-Z, for three long long years before releasing it to other platforms.
The 13 track, Grammy winning album includes all tracks from the album, including the original demo version of 'Sorry', and includes guest appearances by The Weekend, James Blake and Kendrick Lamar.
This comes just a week after Beyoncé released her Netflix concert film, titled 'Homecoming', which showcases the singer preparing for her performance at last year's Coachella festival. A live album accompanied this release, featuring 38 of the singer's hit songs, which is already available on streaming services, including Spotify.
You can now listen to song such as Hold Up, Formation, Sorry and Daddy Lessons on your Spotify right now. Go!