Lemonade

Lemonade – Beyoncé – 8.5


1. Pray you catch me – 8.2
2. Hold up – 8.8
3. Don’t hurt yourself – 8.5
4. Sorry – 8.6
5. 6 inch – 8.5
6. Daddy lessons – 8.4
7. Love drought – 8.3
8. Sandcastles – 8.2
9. Forward – 8
10. Freedom – 8.7
11. All night – 8.3
12. Formation – 8.6


Sticking within the Carter household, here’s my review for Beyoncé’s latest album Lemonade. This is a really powerful and emotional album from Beyoncé with songs like Hold Up, Don’t Hurt Yourself and Sorry showcasing Beyoncé giving up middle fingers to people that wrong her. Her rocky relationship with Jay Z acts as the main theme of Lemonade with later songs such as Freedom with Kendrick Lamar and Formation talking about race and racial issues. There are a lot of nice tracks in Lemonade that vary from pop bangers to soulful chilled songs that Beyoncé can pull of with ease. I don’t think this album is as good as her previous album release, the self titled Beyoncé album but never the less Lemonade is a overall a very enjoyable and quality piece of work from Beyoncé.