Tidal subscribers rise by 1.2 million after release of Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’

The record has been streamed 306 million times on the service so far

Tidal subscriber numbers rose by 1.2 million in the first week of release of Beyonce‘s ‘Lemonade’.

The streaming service is the only place fans can legally stream the album, which was released in April following a premiere on HBO.

Previously, in March, Tidal claimed to have 3 million subscribers.


The company, who are owned by Jay-Z, provided The New York Times with information that also revealed the amount of times the album has been streamed on Tidal.

Songs from ‘Lemonade’ have been streamed 309 million times worldwide, of which 229 million came from the US. The data also says the film that accompanies the album has been watched 11 million times.


Recently, Beyoncé broke Taylor Swift‘s Billboard chart record when all the songs from ‘Lemonade’ entered the chart.

The highest-charting song was ‘Formation’ at number 10, with the lowest track Forward’ reaching number 63. ‘Sorry,’ ‘Hold Up,’ and ‘6 Inch’ follow at number 11, number 13, and number 18, giving her four Top 20 singles.