Lemonade (studio album) by Beyoncé
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Lemonade is ranked as the best album by Beyoncé.
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The tracks on this album have an average rating of 81 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).
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This album is rated in the top 4% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 77.2/100, a mean average of 74.8/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 77.3/100. The standard deviation for this album is 20.5.
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Never thought I'd like Beyonce but here we are. Top 10 of 2016 easily. Her quality of music skyrocketed. Also recommend watching the movie that goes along with it, it makes the album that much better.
A very solid album overall, I love the use of multiple genres throughout the listen, absolutely creative in its own way
A bold and fierce statement of femininity.
Best tracks: Freedom, Pray you Catch Me and Sorry..
This is an extremely varied album with every song sounding completely unique and having different things to love. The vocal performances are astonishing, they are full of power and passion and really blow you away when you listen to this record. This is best demonstrated on Freedom. Lyrically, this album is also Beyoncé's best with her discussing relevant issues and really conveying intelligent views. The production is so slick as well which makes the album flow so smoothly and it feels so cohesive. Despite this, there are a few weaker moments on the album mainly around the middle section of the record which I think holds the album back from its true brilliance. Overall, this album stunned me and is a fantastic and powerful piece of music that is well worth exploring.
I've always liked Beyoncé and this reflects her creative range.
I think this is one of the best albums in mainstream music today, well thought of & carefully produced. I think I'll be waiting to see what she's gonna come up with next.
Surprising. This is the feeling that you have after several listenings of the famous "Lemonade". Because it took me several listening to have an opinion on the astonishing cocktail offered by Queen B. This album is a hymn, a real cry of rage of all that Miss Carter had on the heart: Feminist, Equal, Militant, Powerful. In one word this album is truly soul. Because this album comes from the soul, it comes from the heart. "Lemonade" is without a doubt Beyoncé's most personal record, the deepest and most consistent. And despite these very refined arrangements it breathes a unique and warm atmosphere. Unconventional and amazing, this is without a doubt the best album of the diva, in my opinion. And we can finally guess who is the woman "behind the mask". A Black woman, Strong and Proud who has not decidedly finished to surprise us.
Best track: "Freedom (feat. Kendrick Lamar)"
Freedom gives me chills.
One of the most interesting albums I've heard in a hot minute. Calling LEMONADE "pop" or "r&b" is not exactly wrong, but does not convey the sheer breadth of sounds and styles encompassed by the record. Like "Don't Hurt Yourself," the highlight of the album for me. Rock? Like, kind of. Or "Daddy Lessons," the gospel-country jam-session, sort of. The variety, and yet cohesiveness, of this album makes it one of the best albums of the year.
85/100 (Very Good)
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