Beyonce has surprised her fans again, by dropping her sixth studio album Lemonade, on Saturday evening (April 23rd). The ‘visual album’ made its debut on HBO, with a series of music videos, before becoming available on husband Jay-Z’s streaming service, Tidal.

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The album features 12 tracks including ‘Formation’, which she released as a single back in February and performed during Coldplay’s Superbowl half-time show. While Beyonce had not announced she would be releasing a new album, she had been teasing that something big would happen on Saturday.

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Lemonade features a number of high-profile guests stars, including Jack White, The Weeknd, James Blake and Kendrick Lamar and is described as 'a conceptual project based on every woman’s journey of self-knowledge and healing’.

Tracing a story of infidelity and eventual reconciliation, the album’s videos are split up into chapter headings, with titles such as "Intuition," "Denial," "Apathy," "Emptiness" and "Resurrection”, which are all connected by a voiceover from Beyoncé reading poetry by Warsan Shire.

But undoubtedly, the album’s themes have caused many to believe that it confirms long-running rumours of husband Jay-Z’s infidelity. In ‘Hold Up’ she sings "Can't you see there's no other man above you? What a wicked way to treat the girl that loves you.”

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The release of Lemonade tops off a busy month for Bey, who last week launched a range of fashion sportswear, Ivy Park, in Topshop’s UK stores. She’s also set to begin her world tour on April 27th in Miami.