Beyoncé to Release 'Lemonade' Audio to All Music Streaming Platforms Next Week

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The news comes on the heels of her concert doc 'Homecoming' releasing on Netflix on Wednesday.

Fresh off the release of her concert documentary Homecoming, which hit Netflix on Wednesday, Beyoncé will release the audio of her 65-minute Lemonade film across all music streaming services on Tuesday, according to Billboard.

It was previously only available on Tidal. The release will coincide with the third anniversary of the film’s debut on HBO. 

Beyoncé's second visual album, Lemonade was released on April 23, 2016, with the album of the same name. The Hollywood Reporter's review of the film at the time described it as a "narrative movie mixing music, documentary and experimental elements. This Womanist fairytale — featuring American Southern, Voodoo and Afrofuturist utopian imagery — is most of all a personal film, though co-directed by seven people, including Beyoncé Knowles-Carter herself."

Lemonade, which is broken up into 11 distinct chapters and features poetry by Warsan Shire, was nominated for four Primetime Emmys. The album features contributions from artists such as Jack White, Kendrick Lamar and The Weeknd. 

Like Lemonade, the Homecoming doc was accompanied by the release of a live album on Wednesday featuring 40 live cuts of songs including the Beyoncé classics "Single Ladies" and "Crazy in Love," among others. The Homecoming film takes an in-depth peek into the phenom's landmark headline performance at last year's Coachella festival, complete with candid footage and interviews.