Beyoncé Knowles-Carter released a surprising live album on Wednesday titled "" that coincided with the release of their highly anticipated Netflix documentary of the same name. The live album was recorded when she became the headliner of the 2018 Coachella Festival.
"Homecoming: The Live Album" contains 40 songs, including "Crazy in Love" and "Formation", which were performed live at the festival. The star appeared twice during the music weekend on two weekends in California in 2018. Originally she was scheduled to perform in 2017, but had to postpone the show when she became pregnant with twins.
The nearly two-hour Medley was available early this morning on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and Tidal, Entertainment Tonight reports.
The editor's note on the album's Apple music page explains that the performance also included something special – a drum line. The set "spoke directly to her moment as a historian and synthesized generations (and regions) of Black musicality through the filter of an HBCU marching band (members of DrumLine Live who appeared here as Queen Bey's" The Bzzzz ") Editor's Note  The note also explained the meaning of the title of the album. "In the American college tradition, she called the performance" Homecoming, "" read the note. "
The record is not all new songs and contains live performances The drummer also recorded a studio cover of "Before I Let Go," released in 1981 by Frankie Beverly and Maze, and covered in 1997 with their groundbreaking girl group Destiny's Child (2004) is also featured in the credits of the Netflix documentary The melody "I Been On" was also recorded for the album.
Beyoncé and his eldest child, Jay-Z, seven-year-old Blue Iv y, even had the chance to perform their tuning heads with a performance in the band tune "Every Voice Lift and Sing".
The documentary also revolves around her famous Coachella performance in 2018, offering an in-depth look from the creative concept to the cultural movement, according to Netflix's tweet of the.
The artist's last image The solo album was 2016which received overwhelming positive response from fans and critics. She also released a startling joint album in 2018 with Jay-Z titled "Everything is Love".