‘Homecoming: the live album’ is a 40-track piece featuring live versions of all of Beyoncé’s hit songs such as ‘Crazy In Love,’ ‘Formation,’ ‘If I Were A Boy,’ ‘Drunk In Love,’ and ‘Freedom.’
The album also included her collaboration with Jay-Z for ‘Deja vu,’ and ‘Mi Gente,’ a song where she teamed up with J Balvin.
The album also included ‘Baby Boy,’ ‘Diva,’ ‘Flawless / Feeling Myself,’ ‘Run the World (Girls),’ ‘Lose My Breath,’ ‘Say My Name,’ ‘Soldier,’ ‘Get Me Bodied,’ and ‘Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)’.
Bey Queen announced the live album release on her Twitter page.
Station Magazine understands that Netflix released the trailer of the documentary on the American singer’s iconic 2018 Coachella music festival performances on Wednesday.
The behind-the-scenes documentary, which was released on Monday, takes “an in-depth look at Beyoncé’s celebrated 2018 Coachella performance from creative concept to cultural movement,” Netflix wrote in a tweet.
Beyonce will go down in history as the first black woman to headline the festival.
On its official website, Netflix described ‘Homecoming’ as a documentary detailing the singer’s journey from transitioning a “creative concept” into a “cultural movement”.
The ‘Homecoming’ will debut exclusively on Netflix on April 17.
Watch the trailer below.