Three years after Beyoncé’s Lemonade dropped with very little warning, the album is finally debuting on Spotify, Apple Music, and other streaming services. Until now, it was only available to stream through Tidal, which makes sense since the star is one of many artists who have a stake in the service.
You may remember that Lemonade was the best-selling album of 2016, gathering 2.5 million worldwide sales. Along with the accompanying visual album, it received several Emmy and Grammy awards as well as a Peabody Award too.
The record’s arrival on services like Spotify and Apple Music actually ends a big week for Beyoncé. Homecoming, the concert film of her Coachella 2018 headline set, arrived on Netflix last week, and we have also been hearing reports that she has a deal for two more projects with the service. Along with the documentary, a live album of the performance also hit streaming platforms. In another bit of news, Beyoncé is also set to star as Nala in the upcoming remake of The Lion King as well. It’s obviously been a busy month for the star.
That probably means another big year for the star this year. Fans have a lot to look forward to.
Source EngadgetFiled Under: Entertainment News