Both the documentary and live album features the full setlist from Beyonce’s iconic Coachella 2018 headline performance (which marked the first time a black woman headlined the event), including the live versions of Sorry, Drunk In Love and Drunk In Love. Bonus tracks on the album are: “I Been On” and “Before I Let Go,” which was originally performed by Frankie Beverly and Maze, a 1970s soul band. It also features rehearsal footage and clips from backstage before the historical 2018 event which became known as “Beychella.”
Although, there have been speculations and clues circulating the internet, that the 37-year-old American singer would be dropping an album this week featuring brand new songs but the release date remained unknown.
In addition to the live album, fans can enjoy getting up, close and personal with Queen Bey in the Homecoming documentary. It features her daughter Blue Ivy learning the choreography in the studio – get her a spot in the dance troop – and one-year-old twins Rumi and Sir making an appearance.
Jay Z is also seen sharing loving moments with his famous wife and fans will finally see how Beyonce’s historic Coachella performance came together.