April, 2016. Beyoncé put out arguably her best album of all time: Lemonade. Along with the hits Sorry and Formation, Bey dished up some serious honesty, along with some insight into her relationship with Jay-Z.
Right before she released it, she came out with an HBO short film. Following that, Beyoncé made Lemonade available to fans everywhere via Tidal. Tidal is the streaming app owned by her and Jay-Z, along with several other top artists. And that was the only place you could tune in.
After the release, Beyoncé made it possible to purchase Lemonade right on Apple music, but that was your only option for listening aside from Tidal and catching one of her hits on the radio.
Fast forward to today, and Bey just made it possible to now stream Lemonade literally everywhere. I think it’s safe to assume Tidal’s never going to happen. Thank goodness I can now listen to it on Spotify while I squeeze in my morning workouts. I mean, it was totally worth the three year long wait. Also, Beyoncé tossed in THE demo version of Sorry.
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