It's been a year since visionary goddess Beyoncé Knowles launched her latest album 'Lemonade' on Tidal.
A game-changer in both cinematography and music, the album documented the 35-year-old's raw feelings about marriage, family, police brutality and black rights in America.
The album failed to win 'Album of the Year' at the Grammys, losing out to Adele's album '25'. Adele broke her award in half saying, "I can't possibly accept this award... The Lemonade album was just so monumental".
So for such an iconic album, it's no surprise people are still talking about 'Lemonade' a year later.
And a year ago today, God said "let there be #LEMONADE 🍋🍋🍋"— Niecy (@NaturallyNiecy) April 23, 2017
Beyoncé's fans have shared how much the album has meant to them personally.
I risked my job in order to watch #Lemonade on HBO a year ago today...and i'd do it again 🍋— Crispy (@crispyboi_2) April 23, 2017
The artist's sixth album sold more than a million copies worldwide.
#Lemonade made people relate to her more and she created ART that gave many people around the world a voice.— Zion (@ZIONOLOGY) April 23, 2017
Here's hoping they'll finally put 'Lemonade' on Spotify.
1 YEAR ON AND SPOTIFY ARE STILL 'WORKING ON IT' #Lemonade— alex 🌹 (@plslex) April 23, 2017
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