Beyoncé keeps gifting to her fans as she just recently releasing her Lemonade album to streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music.
An original demo version of “Sorry” is now included on the Lemonade tracklist, but the album otherwise remains the same. Jack White, The Weeknd, James Blake, and Kendrick Lamar make appearances on the project.
While Tidal is no longer the exclusive home for Lemonade, the streamer is now solely hosting “Formation (Choreography Version).” The variant music video adds new scenes featuring Beyoncé and fellow dancers.
The album, released on this day on 2016, was a critical and commercial success boosted by the singles “Formation”, “Sorry” and “Hold Up”.
It was named the Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 2017 Grammys, but lost out to Adele‘s 25 in the Album of the Year category, while lead single “Formation” was named Best Music Video.
The Lemonade and “Formation” re-releases arrive after Bey’s Homecoming concert film made its way to Netflix. She also dropped a live LP version of her iconic Coachella performance last week.