Beyonce's Grammy-award winning album Lemonade has been released onto multiple music streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music, for the first time.

Lemonade, Beyonce's sixth studio album that was released in April 2016, was previously only available on Tidal, the music streaming service from the singer's husband Jay-Z.

The new re-release of Lemonade features a demo version of track "Sorry" alongside the album's original 13 tracks which also includes the single "Formation."

Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music each celebrated the arrival of Lemonade on Twitter by posting promotional images from the project.

"We stan," Apple said.

Beyonce also recently released a Netflix documentary titled "Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé" that chronicles the music star's appearance at Coachella last year where she became the first black woman to headline the popular music festival.

An accompanying album, Homecoming: The Live Album, was released alongside the documentary onto multiple streaming services.

The project includes a number of Beyonce's hits, live versions of Lemonade songs and two new tracks including "Before I Let Go."

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