Apparently, Beyoncé is serving up April with lots of Coachella 2018 preparation ‘Homecoming’ and Lemonade. Variety has reported that audios of Beyoncé’s 65-minute ‘Lemonade’ film will drop across all music streaming services.
The film, which will mark its third anniversary this year after the debut on HBO in 2016, will also be the very first time all of Beyoncé’s catalog will be available for streaming. Separated into 11 different chapters; Intuition, Denial, Anger, Apathy, Emptiness, Accountability, Reformation, Forgiveness, Resurrection, Hope and Redemption, the film was available only on Beyoncé’s co-owned streaming service Tidal.
The visual album featured some artist such as, The Weekend, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White and James Blake. It scored a Grammy for best urban contemporary album and best music video. It also picked up a Peabody Award and was recorded as the best-selling album of 2016, selling 2.5 million copies worldwide.
Queen B, as popularly called, is currently in the news for her 137-minute directed Netflix documentary ‘Homecoming’ which offers details about her 2018 Coachella headline performance ‘Beychella’ preparation as well as the performance. Beyoncé did not just pull the ‘Homecoming’ documentary, but also gave her Beyhives a surprise ‘Homecoming’ album, which recorded 40 live tracks from her Coachella performance last year.
The singer, who is credited with a Golden Globe nomination for her once in a blue moon big screen performances, will star in the animated film ‘The Lion King’ directed by Jon Favreau. Beyoncé will voice Nala, which hits cinemas on July 19.
By: Larry Adams