Beyonce's Number 1 album Lemonade will finally get a wider streaming release on April 23

We reveal the album's combined sales and its biggest tracks.

Beyoncé is celebrating the three-year anniversary of her Lemonade album by giving it a wider release on streaming services.

While readily available on CD and vinyl, Beyoncé's second visual album has been a streaming exclusive to TIDAL since its April 2016 release, the service owned by her husband Jay Z.

Queen Bey's previous self-titled album and Everything Is Love, her 2018 collaborative record with Jay as The Carters, both also had timed exclusivity with TIDAL, but for shorter periods of time.

Variety have confirmed that Lemonade will be given the wider rollout on April 23, marking three years to the day since the surprise release of the 12-track concept record.

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Lemonade debuted at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart, becoming Beyoncé's third chart-topping album in the UK. It has since achieved 387,000 combined sales and is certified Platinum. Click here to view Beyoncé's full UK chart history.

Hold Up is the album's most downloaded track, having been digitally purchased 213,000 times, while UK Top 40 hit Sorry has generated the most video streams - it's current tally stands at 19.02 million.

Interestingly, the country-tinged promotional single Daddy Lessons is the song with the most audio streams from the album, due to the wider release of a remix featuring Dixie Chicks. Beyoncé and the female country trio performed the song together at the 2016 Country Music Awards and released a studio version shortly after. Daddy Lessons has been streamed 6.84 million times.

The news of Lemonade's wider streaming presence comes just a day after Beyoncé released Homecoming, a live album of songs from her 2018 Coachella performance accompanying the Netflix documentary of the same name.

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