Netflix's Homecoming concert doc brings "the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement", per an official description, and shows more intimate behind-the-scenes moments as the singer prepared for the show.
Beyonce has unveiled a surprise live album of her historic 2018 Coachella performance on the same day as a documentary about the headlining slot has been released. While the trailer for the Homecoming film has been circulating on Youtube for the past week, plans to release the performance as an album were kept mum until Beyonce herself tweeted the link at midnight PST.
Just like in 2016 when her album Lemonade was accompanied by a sixty-five minute film aired on HBO, Beyonce has adopted a similar strategy this time around as well. Early Wednesday morning, Beyonce - who perfected the art of secret album drops in 2013 - released a live album that was recorded when she headlined the 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival in Indio, California.
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'. Featured on the end credits to the documentary, the 37-year-old has covered Frankie Beverly and Maze's 1981 track Before I Let Go.
She shared the stage with 100 dancers and a brass marching band for the expertly choreographed set.
You can also stream the Homecoming documentary on Netflix now.