The Beyhive is getting spoiled this month. 

Hours after Beyoncé delivered her Homecoming documentary and its accompanying live album, Variety confirmed the singer has another big release up her sleeve. Next week, the audio from her award-winning Lemonade film will hit all major streaming services, marking the first time the visual album is available on platforms other than TIDAL.

The release will take place exactly three years after Lemonade debuted on HBO. The 65-minute movie is broken up into 11 chapters featuring poetry from Warsan Shire and chronicling the stages of grief sparked by a romantic betrayal. There's "Intuition," "Denial," "Anger," "Apathy," "Emptiness," "Accountability," "Reformation," "Forgiveness," "Resurrection," "Hope," and 'Redemption."

Nabbing multiple Emmys, the film was praised for its striking visuals that took cues from a wide range of eras, including nods to the 19th century South, the Civil Rights movement, and Black Lives Matter. Lemonade also includes contributions from Kendrick Lamar, the Weeknd, James Blake, and Jack White.

Lemonade will be released on streaming services April 23.