When Beyonce released Lemonade over the weekend exclusively on Tidal, some fans were miffed that it wasn’t available on other digital platforms. Well, Queen Bey is now serving her Lemonade on both iTunes and Amazon.
On Monday (April 25), Beyonce’s 12-song visual album was made available on iTunes and Amazon for $17.99. However, the project streams exclusively on Tidal.
Now that her album is for sale there is a possibility it will debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart next week. However, Prince’s briskly album sales might impede Beyonce from notching her sixth No. 1 album. But we are quite sure that Beyonce won’t be upset if that happens.
Lemonade is the follow-up to Bey’s 2013 self-titled project. It boasts guest appearances by Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, James Blake and Jack White. Hitmakers Diplo, Kevin Garrett, Just Blaze, James Blake, Mike WiLL Made-It and many others provided production assists.
The album has garnered a lot of attention over the LP’s subject matter of marital strife and infidelity. On the song, “Sorry,” Beyonce sings, “He only want me when I’m not there / He better call Becky with the good hair.”
Fans on social media believe that the R&B superstar is referring to fashion designer Rachel Roy on the song whose long been rumored to be the mistress in Jay Z’s alleged extramarital affair.
Overall, it looks like Beyonce has another hit album on her hands.