We know you may be a bit overwhelmed since Beyoncé dropped an entire visual album, Lemonade, leaving fans with their jaws on the floor.

Generating over 1.8 million tweets worldwide (according to Twitter), the album is an hour-long, visual experience filled with hints addressing the alleged cheating allegations with rapper hubby, Jay Z, celeb cameos, and so much more, but we've got you covered with everything you need to know!

Let's start with the question everyone has been asking: "Where can I watch and listen to Lemonade?"

After the world premiere on HBO, Lemonade was available only on Tidal for 24 hours. Members of Tidal get exclusive access to the visual album and can even stream it offline. Don't worry non-members, you can sign up for a one-month trial to get the whole experience.

You can stream the album on HBO Go, which is free if you are a subscriber. Another option is the network's streaming service, HBO Now, which does not require a TV subscription. If you're without cable, HBO is offering a free 30-day trial to HBO Now, which will set you back $15/month, once the free trial is over.

As of today, the sought after album is available for digital download on iTunes for $17.99 and you can pre-order a CD/DVD on Amazon for $18.98, with an expected release date of May 6.

What celebs will I see in Lemonade?

In case you were still in shock over the entire experience and missed the different stars Bey had in her film, here's the full list:

Jay Z and his grandmother Hattie, as well as the couple's daughter, Blue Ivy appear in home video footage. Bey's mother, Tina Knowles is also featured with her second husband, Richard Lawler on their wedding day back in 2015.

Serena Williams, Halle Berry, Zendaya, model Winnie Harlow, ballerina Michaela DePrince, singers Chloe and Halle Bailey, twins Lisa-Kaindé and Naomi Diaz, and actress/activist, Amanda Stenberg. Can we say new squad goals?

What songs are on Lemonade?

See the full tracklist is below:

1. Pray You Catch Me

2. Hold Up

3. Don't Hurt Yourself (Feat. Jack White)

4. Sorry

5. 6 Inch (Feat. The Weeknd)

6. Daddy Lessons

7. Love Drought

8. Sandcastles

9. Forward (Feat. James Blake)

10. Freedom (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)

11. All Night

12. Formation

This is Beyoncé's sixth studio album and it's actually such an anticipated project that the 34-year-old singer tweeted for the first time since 2013 about it!

Lemonade dropped at the perfect time, since the Ivy Park designer heads out on her Formation World Tour, which kicks off in Miami this Wednesday!

Now, please excuse us while we go watch the visual album for the third time.