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Beyonce all set to release audio of 'Lemonade'

ANI | Updated: Apr 18, 2019 19:34 IST

Washington D.C. [USA], Apr 18 (ANI): American singer-songwriter Beyonce is on a roll after treating her fans with a concert documentary titled ‘Homecoming: A Film By Beyonce’ and its counterpart an album ‘Homecoming: The Live Album’. Now, she is all set to release the audio of her film ‘Lemonade’ on April 23.
It will be available across all music streaming services, reported Variety. All the Beyonce’s loyal fans will know that April 23 marks a special significance for the 37-year-old singer as the film released on the same date three years ago on HBO.
The ‘Lemonade’ film, which coincided with the release of the album of the same name on April 23, 2016, also uses poetry by Somali poet, Warsan Shire, which will be added to the upcoming audio launch as well.
Until now, the film was only available for those with a Tidal account (which is a streaming service she co-owns). 
Divided into 11 chapters, ‘Intuition’, ‘Denial’, ‘Anger’, ‘Apathy’, ‘Emptiness’, ‘Accountability’, ‘Reformation’, ‘Forgiveness’, ‘Resurrection’, ‘Hope’, and ‘Redemption’, the film went on to earn four primetime Emmys.
Lemonade’, Beyonce’s second visual album, features guest vocals from singers The Weeknd, Jack White, James Blake, and rapper Kendrick Lamar.
It was the best-selling album of 2016, selling 2.5 million copies worldwide. It also received Grammy Awards for the best urban contemporary album and best music video as well as a Peabody Award.
The exciting news comes just hours after the premiere of the much-awaited ‘Homecoming: A Film By Beyonce’ on Netflix, which chronicles her iconic 2018 Coachella performance and the behind-the-scenes moments which fans didn't get to see.
So set your alarms and mark your calendars for April 23 because Beyonce is finally sharing the ‘Lemonadeaudio with every one.
Apart from this, she is all set to lend her voice to Nala in the upcoming live-action remake of Disney’s ‘The Lion King’, which is slated to release in July, this year. (ANI)

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