Read This Before You Watch Beyonce’s “Lemonade” Video Online
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Beyonce’s Lemonade album is turning out to be the most sensationalized music release of the year. A huge credit for that goes to Beyonce’s Lemonade video that’s made 2016 way better. Beyonce’s Lemonade movie premiered on HBO on April 23 and since then, everyone’s keen to know about just one thing: how to watch Beyonce’s Lemonade video online! On Saturday (April 23), the Lemonade movie could be streamed on HBO NOW for just about 24 hours. As the visuals of Lemonade, Beyonce’s new album, were so enticing, we just can’t wait to watch it again.

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As of now, HBO has not announced its plans to telecast Beyonce’s Lemonade movie, but considering the rising demand, a schedule of dates to watch Beyonce’s Lemonade video could be out very soon. And, as these demands are likely to topple the network’s management, we may be able to watch Beyonce’s Lemonade video online on HBO NOW. And, this could be much sooner than Beyonce’s Lemonade movie returning on our televisions once again. But, the good news is that  Beyonce’s Lemonade movie is now being considered for this year’s Emmy Awards nominations. HBO has revealed its plans to put Beyonce’s Lemonade movie as their pick for Emmy nominations.

What Is Beyonce’s Lemonade About?

What makes Lemonade, the visual album, so gripping is that it encompasses a range of emotions that black women feel in their lives. And, most importantly, Beyonce’s Lemonade album is about the emotional journey of Queen Bey herself. The 34-year-old pop queen has expressed her feelings like hope, forgiveness, redemption, and many other emotions that made her the strong woman she is. And, you can not define Beyonce’s strength as the struggles in her life are far more complicated than any other celebrity. Yet, Beyonce has come out of all that with a public reputation so great that she gets nothing but respect wherever she goes.

That’s exactly what Lemonade, Beyonce’s new album, is all about. Every part of the Lemonade songs is far more meaningful than its commercial reach. Besides being a hit-maker for decades, Beyonce has stepped up to bring us amazing new tracks filled with true emotions. Beyonce’s new songs from the Lemonade album have received great reviews from fans, hip hop lovers, and even the hard-hitting critics of the industry.

Lemonade: A Clear Attack on Jay Z?

It doesn’t matter what critics say as long as you speak your heart out. And, Beyonce has spilled all her troubles in life with the Lemonade album. Most importantly, Beyonce has hit hard on husband Jay Z through almost every song on the album. Reading lyrics of “Pray You Catch Me,” “Hold Up,”   “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” and “Sorry” will let you now Queen Bey’s hardships while realizing Jay Z’s cheating scandals. Even in songs like “Daddy Lessons,” “Sandcastles,” and “Love Drought,” which are based on other emotions, are hint at the rapper’s infidelity. Lemonade has revealed all the untold truth about the personal life of Beyonce and Jay Z, the most powerful couple in the music industry. With a combined net worth of over $1.0 billion dollars, it’s hard to realize how Beyonce and Jay Z’s personal life was once in such a mess.

Through Lemonade, Beyonce has let stress and feelings out on Jay Z’s cheating ways. After getting married in 2008, Beyonce has revealed that Jay Z hadn’t been loyal to her the way she was with him. By now, everyone is aware of the “Becky with good hair” lyrics from Beyonce’s “Sorry” song off the Lemonade album. The pop queen has even threatened her rapper husband that if he ever cheats or even think of cheating again, she will leave him. And, revealing Jay Z’s infidelity to the world with Lemonade could be the best way for Beyonce to get him back to senses. After all, you are ought to be shut out from everything if you break the heart of your loving and lawfully wedded wife. We hope that Beyonce and Jay Z resolve their issues and live together as always, not just for their own sake but also for the sake of Blue Ivy, their four-year-old daughter.

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