Beyonce releases new Homecoming: The Live Album

Beyonce has just released a new album and it is not a drill.

The Formation singer just debuted her new Homecoming documentary on Netflix and now, fans have a brand new live album to get stuck into.

Homecoming: The Live Album features the full setlist from Beyonce’s iconic Coachella 2018 headline performance, including the live versions of Sorry, Drunk In Love and Drunk In Love.

It comes after speculation that Bey, 37, would be dropping an album this week featuring brand new songs and there were plenty of clues circulating the Internet.

Esteemed lyrics website Genius has also created a new entry for a Beyonce album dubbed ‘B7’.

They could just be preparing way in advance for Beyonce’s next solo album but, the B7 image is yellow – the colours of the Homecoming poster and one of Bey’s famous outfits for her Coachella performance.

According to the Shade Room, Genius also posted a reported tracklist to their website with collaborations including Rihanna, Jay Z and Solange Knowles.

Then, Apple Music inserted themselves into the mix by updating Beyonce’s profile photo on their streaming service – and it appears to be a brand new image.

It comes after reports earlier this week from Us Weekly that Beyonce would be dropping a deluxe edition of an earlier album but featuring new music.

According to social media speculation, Beyonce would drop the mystery album on Thursday (18 April).

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 seen sharing loving moments with his famous wife and fans will finally see how Beyonce’s historic Coachella performance came together.

In a statement, Netflix said: ‘Homecoming presents an intimate look at Beyoncé’s historic 2018 Coachella performance that paid homage to America’s historically black colleges and universities.

‘Interspersed with candid footage and interviews detailing the preparation and powerful intent behind her vision, Homecoming traces the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement.’



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