It’s been three years since Beyoncé released her latest album ‘Lemonade’, but up until now the album hasn’t been available across all major streaming services.
Well, that could be about to change, according to Variety, who are reporting that the singer is set to release the visual album fully across all streaming services, including Spotify and Apple Music, next Tuesday 23rd April.
Last week, Beyonce shared new live album and documentary ‘Homecoming’ to Netflix, documenting her 2018 performances at Coachella festival.
The live album is an impressive 40 tracks long, and features collaborations with J Balvin, Kelly Rowlands, Michelle Williams and Jay Z. It’s Beyoncé’s first full-length solo release since 2016’s ‘Lemonade’.
Her and Jay Z also released a collaborative album last year as The Carters.
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