Beyonce changed the definition of lemonade from a sugary drink to the most epic album drop of all time on Saturday night.

Lemonade, the title of Beyonce's sixth studio album and corresponding HBO special, turned out to be a stunning tour through the personal trials, tribulations and triumphs of Beyonce Knowles Carter. In the span of an hour, she simultaneously lit her husband Jay-Z's dirty laundry on fire, reconciled her embedded insecurities from her father, and created a black female power anthem, leaving the collective Beyhive's jaws on the floor. Then she surprise-released the full visual album and tracks exclusively on Tidal, Jay-Z's music platform, for the final mic drop.

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It went a little something like this (Warning: strong language ahead):

We're ready for the deep dive, Bey.

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Wait, did you just say Jay cheated? Let us pray.

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And then get real about it.

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Really real about it.

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Bey is letting everything out.

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This is not a woman to be trifled with.

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Is she divorcing Jay-Z via HBO special? Damn.

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Then Serena Williams arrives to help with the special delivery.

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And Bey is not sorry for a single second of any of this.

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She's burning the whole thing down.

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Then she also calls out her dad, and every man who has cheated on his wife.

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But Bey has the power to forgive.

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Because love is real, even if it isn't perfect.

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Forgiveness doesn't mean weakness though.

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Lemonade is power.

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Black female power, to be precise. ('Sup Zendaya and Amandla Stenberg)

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And she included the moms of Trayvon Martin, Mike Brown and Walter Scott because #BlackLivesMatter.

By the end you realize Beyonce just schooled you on life and you're just done.

Lemonade the visual album and the accompanying tracks are now available exclusively on Tidal.