Beyoncé 'Lemonade': "Formation" Singer Releases Trailer for Mysterious HBO April Project

Apr 18, 2016 04:17 PM EDT

SANTA CLARA, CA - FEBRUARY 07 2016: Beyonce performs during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium. (Photo : Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

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A few months after Beyoncé broke the Internet by releasing her latest hit (later performed at the Super Bowl), "Formation," Jay Z's superstar wife is taking on a new project, though it's hard to tell what exactly it is, though it's clear she's teamed up with HBO for it. The subscription network has just released a new trailer for a mystery project called Lemonade -- débuting this April!

Last Saturday night, the Grammy winner took to her YouTube channel and social networks to announce her latest project, Lemonade. Nobody knows what exactly this thing is so far, and the short clip only revealed the side of a person's head (probably Bey's) against what looks like a car in what appears to be a parking lot. We can also hear the "Single Ladies" singer saying "what am I gonna do?"

Of course, fans expect this to be a new album, song, clip or even the announcement of baby no. 2 after the adorable Blue Ivy, but so far everyone's completely in the dark. All we know is that this will have a "world premiere event" on HBO next Saturday, as if the network didn't have enough excitement this weekend with season 6 of Game of Thrones premiering on Sunday night.

According to Billboard, a day after the first teaser of the upcoming project, HBO released another trailer for Lemonade, about 20 seconds longer than the first one, with several short clips of Beyoncé and others mashed together, with the soundtrack of a fairly incoherent voice-over by her.

"The past and the present merge to meet us here," Beyoncé says cryptically. "What are you hiding? Lovers ... as trees. Why can't you see me? Lover ... the love of my life. Every fear ... what am I doing, my love? Pull me in."

Lemonade, whatever it is, will début on HBO this Saturday at 9ET.


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