Seven months after its release, the album will be available on Spotify, Tidal and Apple Music in full for the first time.
The musician, who died of an overdose of the painkiller fentanyl in April, would have turned 58 today.
The album has resulted in 306 million global streams for the music service, whose exclusive on “Lemonade” comes at a competitive time for streaming.
Eight of the singer’s albums returned to the Billboard Top 200 in the days after his death.
Tidal’s period of exclusivity for that new Beyoncé album appears to be quite short — just 24 hours.
In images accompanying the new album, the singer confronts rumors about her marriage to Jay Z, and features the mothers of black men killed by police.