Beyoncé just dropped a new 40 track live album as Netflix documentary is released
I don't think we're ready for this documentary.
Or album, to be quite honest with you.
Yesterday, there was much speculation that Beyoncé was going to drop a new surprise album to coincide with the release of her Netflix documentary, Homecoming.
And then, lo and behold, this morning Beyoncé dropped a new surprise album to coincide with the release of her Netflix documentary, Homecoming.
Homecoming: The Live Album is a 40 track giant of a piece featuring live versions of all of Beyoncé's greatest bangers including 'Crazy In Love,' 'Formation,' 'If I Were A Boy,' 'Drunk In Love,' and 'Freedom.'
But hang on, because that's not all: the album also includes a B R A N D N E W S O N G, 'Before I Let Go' - a song that Bey has previously covered, but not recorded in a studio.
And we can indeed confirm - it is unreal.
— BEYONCÉ (@Beyonce) April 17, 2019
Beyoncé announced that she was bringing her stunning 2018 Coachella performance to Netflix just a short time ago.
The 26-track set featured guest performances from Destiny's Child, Solange and Jay-Z and came after the star had to cancel the previous year's show due to pregnancy.
She made up for it though, in fairness to her.
You can listen to Homecoming: The Live Album now on all your regular streaming apps including Spotify and Apple Music.
You can also stream the Homecoming documentary on Netflix now.