We Ain't 'Sorry' At All Beyoncé Released The Demo Version Of Her 'Lemonade' Bop
Who else can release a three-year-old song and cause all this conversation?
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Beyoncé hasn't taken her foot off of our necks since she released her first Netflix documentary, and this new Lemonade surprise is no different.
As Blavity reported, the queen of surprise stunts finally allowed her multi-platinum album Lemonade to be streamed on all streaming platforms including Spotify and Apple Music.
As fans began to indulge in the sonic goodness that is Lemonade, they discovered a surprise at track 13. The re-released album now includes a demo version of her hit single "Sorry."
The three-minute song has a slower tempo than the original. Additionally, the original version includes a few unheard lyrics and sets a different tone than the original.
The ballad will set you up to both cry and throw some bows at the same time.
Beyoncé said “Ask you something then you choke up” on this Sorry demo and I’m just imagining Jay Z like: pic.twitter.com/isZ86ZjYK9— BlackGirlMagic ✨ΒΔΚ (@iLived_iLoved_) April 23, 2019
“Sorry” was my least favorite song on “Lemonade” and now this demo verison is tugging at my top 3 in just 30 minutes of nonstop listening.— Myles E. Johnson (@hausmuva) April 23, 2019
Y’all. Play this “Sorry” Demo version and let it lead into “Love Drought”. pic.twitter.com/trHnm1Vd5F— Ju-Lee-Ahn (@ExhibitDre) April 23, 2019
this demo version of sorry pic.twitter.com/PuzaeJ2H56— vampire workday (@imbobswaget) April 23, 2019
Exclusive footage of me listening to the original demo of “Sorry”. pic.twitter.com/R9yLcrjyPp— Nicholas D. | April 24th 🥳 (@Creat1ve) April 23, 2019
Sorry (Demo) - Beyoncé pic.twitter.com/NNKwgwVyRO— Shane (@shanegoldsmiith) April 23, 2019
the sorry demo just made me wanna kill jay even more pic.twitter.com/o9NAr9cRDH— iq (@negativeiqra) April 23, 2019
The glo up of Beyoncé’s “Sorry - Original Demo” is legendary— Mayline 🍕 (@Mayline_Ricci) April 23, 2019
So initially Lemonade won because of the Sorry demo, but then the album version just made me want to listen to the Sorry/Me, Myself, and I mashup.— Frimi With An I Not An E (@ColinKaoru) April 23, 2019
I never thought I’d say this but Beyoncé has given me too many options! pic.twitter.com/13yIKUlK4H
Who else can release a three-year-old song and cause all this conversation? The answer is obvious.
After listening to Sorry (Original Demo) on repeat for the last hour, we’ve decided to hate Jay-Z again. Our sis was really going through it— MfonAbasi (@gege_okon) April 23, 2019
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