Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ is now available to download on iTunes

The singer's surprise album was made available exclusively through Tidal on Saturday night (April 23)

Beyonce‘s new album ‘Lemonade’ is now available to download through iTunes.

However, ‘Lemonade’ will not be available to stream on Apple Music or Spotify as Tidal retains exclusive streaming rights to the surprise album. Beyonce is a co-owner in Tidal alongside husband, Jay Z.

‘Lemonade’ was made available exclusively through Tidal on Saturday night (April 23) after an hour-long HBO special of the same name was broadcast. The TV spectacular was made up of music videos and vignettes set to the new songs.

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READ: How many of these cameos did you spot in Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’ film?

‘Lemonade’ includes the previously heard single ‘Formation’, debuted earlier this year and the song Beyoncé played at the Super Bowl alongside Coldplay, as well as 11 other new tracks.

The packed guest-list on the album includes Kendrick Lamar on ‘Freedom’, James Blake on ‘Forward’, The Weeknd on ‘6 Inch’ (which samples Animal Collective’s ‘My Girls’) and Jack White on ‘Don’t Hurt Yourself’.

The rock connection on the album runs deep with Father John Misty and Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig listed as writers on ‘Hold Up’, which samples Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ song ‘Maps’.

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Meanwhile OutKast’s ‘SpottieOttieDopaliscious’ is sampled on ‘All Night’. Led Zeppelin song ‘When The Levee Breaks’ is sampled on Jack White-featuring sampled ‘Don’t Hurt Yourself’.

‘Lemonade’ marks Beyoncé’s sixth solo album and the follow-up to 2013’s self-titled LP, which was released in a similar surprise fashion.

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‘Lemonade’ Tracklist:

‘Pray You Catch Me’
‘Hold Up’
‘Don’t Hurt Yourself’ (feat. Jack White)
‘Sorry’
‘6 Inch’ (feat. The Weeknd)
‘Daddy Lessons’
‘Love Drought’
‘Sandcastles’
‘Forward’ (feat. James BLake)
‘Freedom’ (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
‘All Night’
‘Formation’

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