Three years after serving up a delicious pitcher of Lemonade, Beyoncé has uploaded the audio to her revenge album on all streaming platforms.
A standout track on the newly available album version turned out to be the original demo of “Sorry.” Contrary to the cathartic, upbeat 2016 cut, the superstar switches up the tempo and unleashes her shameless fury with divine runs that are reminiscent of her protégés Chloe x Halle.
While the composition of the original recording is loaded with catchy, kiss-off lines, this new refrain goes much deeper and sounds much more exclusive to her then-martial affairs with husband and mogul Jay Z.
“Suicide before you see my tears in my eyes / Me and my daughter, we gon’ be alright / We gon’ live a good life,” Bey stings in the most calm way.
Beyond the fact that Lemonade is streaming everywhere, Beyoncé made another digital drop with her Homecoming: The Live Album. The LP serves as a companion project to her Netflix documentary that highlights her 2018 Coachella performance.
Press play on the demo of “Sorry” below.
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