In case you missed it, Beyonce dropped her latest visual album titled ‘Lemonade,’ and its taking social media by storm with rumours of an affair, Jay-Z cheating, a divorce, feminism, infidelity and racial discrimination.
Lemonade will be made available on iTunes. But if you want to watch it now, sign up for a Tidal Subscription to stream the album and watch the film that made it’s debut on HBO last weekend.
The Visual album consist of an hour long video broken up into 11 chapters, with titles such as Pray You Catch Me, Sorry, Love Drought and Freedom.
During the first few minutes the album appears to correlate with Jay’z rumoured affair with Rachel Roy back in 2014. The album then goes on to portray Beyonce as an empowering, smart and strong woman.
We’re not sure if this is art or reality, but the album does give a sense of personal invasion into her life. Is she talking about Jay Z when she narrates lines like, “What are you hiding?” and “Are you cheating on me?”. Her emotions of anger, betrayal and disappointment are strongly portrayed in this visual album.. Well if life throws you lemons, Let Beyonce show you want to do with em’
The chapter entitled “Intuition” (accompanied by the song “Pray You Catch Me”) opens up Lemonade, and sees Beyoncé walking through an empty field and sitting kneeled on a stage, singing softly. The word “Intuition” flashes on the screen, and we just hear Beyoncé as voice-over. Over shots of an empty home and abandoned woods, she says, “I tried to make a home out of you … But doors lead to trap doors. A stairway leads to nothing.” Watch the full video below..