Beyoncé broke the internet last night after releasing her new album Lemonade along with hour long visuals on Tidal.
Queen B highly anticipated album has had everybody on the edge of their seats since her controversial half time performance. “Formation” was only a little taste of what Beyoncé has up her sleeve, she continues to speak on issues like Black Lives Matter, as well as getting personal and discussing her wide range of emanations as a wife and mother.
Beyoncé has out done herself with her new Album Lemonade. Emotions spills through in each track on the album and the visual that goes along with it will give you goose bumps. Incorporating spoken word into her music definitely brought out the passion behind each song and helps to paint the picture that Beyoncé is painting.
In the video for Beyoncé’s song “Sorry” Queen B has another Queen, Serena Williams, the world winning tennis champ open the video and sits next to her on the throne. The album includes guest appearances by Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, James Blake and the Weeknd.
Needless to say this is Beyoncé’s rawest album. Each track on Lemonade has a deep meaning that women, especially black women can relate too. Beyoncé speaks on love, cheating, anger, and frustration, and marriage. It’s only natural to question if the content in her songs are all about Jay Z. Knowing how tight lipped the couple usually we more than likely we’ll never find out.
Lemonade Track List
1. “Pray You Catch Me”
2. “Hold Up”
3. “Don’t Hurt Yourself”
5. “6 Inch”
6. “Daddy Lessons”
7. “Love Drought”
11. “All Night”