It just got a whole lot easier for fans to get Beyonce's new album.
The 34-year-old singer's latest, Lemonade, hit both Apple's iTunes and Amazon in the early hours of Monday, just a day after it was dropped exclusively on Tidal late Saturday. But sorry Spotify subscribers -- the record is still currently only available to stream via Tidal.
"#LEMONADE The Visual Album Is available now on iTunes, Amazon and TIDAL," Beyonce Instagrammed on Monday.
Beyonce is a partner in Tidal, which her husband, Jay Z, relaunched in March 2015. Lemonade has definitely already boosted the subscription streaming service, which shot to the number three spot on Apple's App Store rankings on Sunday thanks to the "Reformation" singer.
Similarly, Rihanna's Anti streamed exclusively on Tidal for its first week in January, but went live to digital retailers 24 hours after its release.
Meanwhile, fans continue to keep buzzing about Beyonce's intense new music, which has themes of infidelity and is considered to be her most personal material yet.
"I'm so proud of her," Kelly Rowland told ET exclusively on Sunday about her BFF at Safe Kids Day 2016 in Los Angeles. "She's just so transparent and it's beautiful music. I'm very proud of her."
Although, not everyone is basking in the glow of Beyonce. Designer Rachel Roy made her Instagram private and tweeted an anti-bullying message on Sunday, after some fans speculated that she had an affair with Jay Z thanks to a lyric in Beyonce's song "Sorry," which reads, "You better call Becky with the good hair."
On Saturday night, Roy, 42, wrote in a now-deleted post Instagram post, "Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light. #nodramaqueens."
Not surprisingly, the Beyhive went at Roy full force.