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It’s great to see that Beyoncé is still in such a giving mood, especially when it comes to an album like Lemonade, which still stands as a cultural staple in pop music. Since its 2016 debut, fans have been limited to either purchasing the album or depleting their collection of email addresses for TIDAL trials. Now, Beyoncé’s sixth studio album is available on all streaming platforms. Yes, that includes former thorns-in-side Spotify and iTunes.

Lemonade remains as essential as ever in all its streaming glory, now bolstered by the inclusion of the original demo version of “Sorry.” Fans can revisit guest appearances from Jack White, James Black, Kendrick Lamar, and The Weeknd.

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This release is the latest in a bundle of recent surprises from Beyoncé: After the debut of her Netflix documentary Homecoming, she released a live album Homecoming: The Live Album from her history-making Coachella performance. And with a three-project deal with Netflix, there’s really no telling what’s in store for us next. For now, you can just revisit Lemonade in between multiple viewings of Game Of Thrones or as you prepare for Endgame.

[Via Rolling Stone]