Listen to Beyoncé’s surprise live album, ‘Homecoming’ [Stream]

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Listen to Beyoncé’s surprise live album, ‘Homecoming’ [Stream]Beyonce Coachella 2018 Live

Beyoncé—the only person capable of stopping the world in its tracks when they release new content—has hit fans with a double whammy, releasing her Netflix documentary Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé and dropping a surprise live album, Homecoming: The Live Album. The film and album feature Bey’s iconic headlining performance at last year’s Coachella in 2018, premiering April 17, just days after this year’s weekend one took place.

In the documentary film, Bey explains that her 2018 Coachella performance was a love letter to historically black colleges and universities, despite never have attended one herself.

“It’s all to give you her point of view, her mind state, into what she was trying to accomplish and communicate with this momentous two-hour performance,” says Sidney Madden of NPR.

The comprehensive live album contains 40 tracks, ranging from her own discography, to Destiny’s Child’s hits, covers, and even some hefty vocals from Blue Ivy that have got pop culture swooning over the 7-year-old’s undeniable singing chops. Stream more than 90 minutes of Queen B in Homecoming: The Live Album, now available on Spotify and Apple Music.

H/T: NPR

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Beyoncé’s iconic Coachella performance coming to Netflix in new doc, ‘Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé’

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Over the last two decades, Coachella has hosted some of the most memorable performances in the United States—from Daft Punk‘s legendary headline performance atop their pyramid pulpit to Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre putting West Coast rap on their shoulders alongside a living hologram of Tupac. Though, as this year’s edition of the festival inches closer, none among them are fresher in people’s minds than Beyoncé’s unforgettable headlining affair in 2018. The performance, which was initially slated for Coachella 2017, wound up drawing a record number of viewers to Coachella’s live stream on Saturday night of last year’s opening weekend.

Now, the performance is coming to Netflix in a new documentary titled Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé. The new visual details the showstopping 26-song performance, the likes of which featured a massive marching band, a three-song Destiny’s Child reunion, and appearances by the Lemonade singer’s younger sister Solange, and her husband, JAY-Z. Netflix has shared the documentary’s official teaser, which features a voiceover from influential poet Maya Angelou. Homecoming is set to debut on the streaming platform on April 17. See the trailer below.

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