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It’s been nearly three years since Beyoncé released her visual album Lemonade, and to celebrate, it’s now available on all streaming platforms. As Variety reported, the audio of Beyoncé’s 65-minute Lemonade film will drop across all music streaming services including Spotify and Apple Music on Tuesday, April 23, marking the project’s third anniversary. Stream it below.

Up until now, the Emmy award-winning film and its audio has only been available on Tidal. Beyoncé’s second visual album, the best selling album of 2016, features James Blake, The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, and Jack White, and went on to win Grammys for best urban contemporary album and best music video. The new version of the release includes poetry by Warsan Shire, which originally appeared during the film’s interludes.

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