Singer Beyonce poses in the press room with her awards for Best Music Video for "Formation" and Best Urban Contemporary Album for Lemonade" at The 59th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Dan MacMedan/WireImage)

Who’s up for all new Beyonce songs? Well, there’s no need to ask that as we all know the answer to that. But, we do need to know everything about Beyonce’s new songs as her latest album Lemonade is now available online. Beyonce’s Lemonade can now be streamed exclusively on Tidal so we can listen to these amazing tracks right away. So, Beyonce’s tracklist for Lemonade is definitely worth reading as it is where some of Queen Bey’s magic lies.

Lemonade is Beyonce’s sixth studio album and is marked as her first “visual album.” Beyonce’s “The Visual Album” concept is all about bringing her songs from Lemonade in a film format. The album will be a part of a short feature film, titled Lemonade, which will include the album’s music and even convey the pop queen’s life story.

While most of the Lemonade tracks are produced by Beyonce Knowles, the 34-year-old pop and R&B superstar has worked with new producers to make her latest album one of the best of 2016. Beyonce’s Lemonade tracks are produced by artists like Diplo, Mike WiLL Made-It, Just Blaze, Boots, Jack White, Hit-Boy, and many more. With that, Beyonce has also collaborated with rapper Kendrick Lamar and R&B hit-maker The Weeknd.

You can know more about it by checking out details on the list of songs available on Beyonce’s Lemonade.

Detailed Tracklist of Beyonce’s Lemonade

“Pray You Catch Me”

Beyonce’s first track from the album is a calm opening song that introduces emotions like suspicion, intimacy, realization, and exploration into a a couple’s married life. The song’s dark soul speaks of Beyonce’s marriage with Jay Z.

“Hold Up”

Beyonce presents an assertive rhyme directed towards her husband Jay Z. The songs tells Queen Bey’s emotional inclination towards her loving husband, but also gives a taste of how she will figure out if he has been disloyal to her.

“Don’t Hurt Yourself” feat. Jack White

It’s the first time Beyonce is teaming up with Jack White for a completely hardcore rock anthem. The empowering track keeps a check on Beyonce’s speculations about Jay Z cheating on her.


The most controversial song of the album strikes straight at Jay Z’s alleged affair. The song has the now infamous “Becky with the good hair” line.

“6 Inch” feat. The Weeknd

Beyonce teams up with R&B sensation The Weeknd for this uplifting song about women’s empowerment.

“Daddy Lessons”

This song is about what Beyonce learned from her father, Matthew Knowles. It reflects the father-daughter relationship that’s stronger than ever.

“Love Drought”

This airy plea has Beyonce trying to restore a relationship after a lot of insecurities and a whole lot of trust issues.


Similar to how waves wash away sandcastles, Beyonce sings this ballad about helping wounds heal. It’s about being hopeful in the midst of loss.

“Forward” feat. James Blake

This is the shortest song from the album. Beyonce brings in the soft vocals of British singer James Blake in singing the only verse in it.

“Freedom” feat. Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick Lamar puts his wise words into Beyonce’s revolutionary anthem. The song can uplift any one in any mood at any time.

“All Night”

It’s a beautiful celebration of Beyonce’s life with her husband Jay Z and their daughter Blue Ivy Carter. Beyonce’s mid-tempo groove makes this one of the best love ballads.


There couldn’t be a better ending to the album than this. Beyonce fires her feelings on racism, hate crimes, and the Black Lives Matter movement in this groundbreaking track.