It's a Good Day For the Beyhive: Beyoncé Dropped a New Album to Go With Her Netflix Film
Beyoncé fans have had April 17 in their diaries for weeks, as they impatiently awaited the release of Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé. Beyoncé's first Netflix documentary features never-before-seen clips of Bey as she prepared for her epic 2018 Coachella performance, interspersed with plenty of footage from the show itself. But our queen didn't just bless us with the film; she also released a new album. Homecoming: The Live Album is the companion album to the film, featuring all the music from the landmark Coachella show.
For those who didn't get to see Beyoncé live last year, this offers double the opportunity to experience it now: though the Netflix doc has the extra layer of visuals, if you're stuck at work today unable to stream it, perhaps you can sneak your headphones on and listen to the album at least? It features all of Bey's most iconic hits, from "Crazy in Love" to "Run the World," plus some Destiny's Child favorites and some additional bonus tracks. The entire album clocks in at a whopping 40 songs and can be streamed right now. BRB, just getting in Formation.