Beyoncé's New Album Lemonade Is Here
After so much suspense, anticipation and questions, fans of Beyoncé were treated to the ultimate gift. Turns out her HBO special titled Lemonade was filled with new songs and music videos from her upcoming album. And yes, Lemonade the Visual Album's 12 songs are available right.
The singer's sixth studio album is described as "a conceptual project based on every woman's journey of self-knowledge and healing." That message was on display during the HBO special.
The singer started things off by introducing "Intuition," an R&B jam that featured dancers dressed in looks similar to outfits worn at Solange Knowles' wedding. Things then took a sassy turn when she shared a sneak preview of "Denial." With a baseball bat in her hand, Bey wasn't afraid to belt it out as she took out some rage on a few unknown men. "Hold up, they don't love you like I love you," she sang while swinging at store windows and car doors. "Slow down, they don't love you like I love you."
In a later track titled "Reformation," Beyoncé briefly appeared at a giant football stadium where she previously performed at the Super Bowl halftime show. As for husband Jay Z, he made a quick cameo in "Forgiveness" where he shared a kiss with his leading lady.
If the album wasn't emotional enough, Beyoncé surprised fans when she played parts of the video for "Resurrection." The mothers of the late Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown appeared on-screen with pictures of their sons. Winnie Harlow andAmandla Stenberg would later make appearances in the video for "Hope."
Things ended on a high note, however, in the video for "Redemption" where fans witnessed throwback clips of the family. From Bey and Jay getting their "IV" tattoos to Tina Knowles Lawson and her new husband Richard Lawson kissing, all signs pointed to a happy and united group.
It's been nothing short of a few exciting months for Queen Bey.