The live album of 'Homecoming' by Beyonce coincides with the Netflix documentary of the same nameThe live album of ‘Homecoming’ by Beyonce coincides with the Netflix documentary of the same name

The album “Homecoming” by Beyonce was released on Wednesday, the same day that the Netflix documentary of the same name was released.

The live album was recorded when the singer was the protagonist of the Coachella festival of 2018, according to cbsnews.com.

Beyonce Homecoming was a surprise for fans when the singer approached Twitter and shared a photo of the album cover with a link to her website.

“HOMINANDO EXIT now”, subtitled the photo.

The live album includes 40 songs, including “Crazy in Love” and “Formation” performed twice by Beyonce during the music festival in 2018.

The editor’s note on the Beyonce Homecoming Apple music page that describes acting in California also includes something very special: a drum line.

“He spoke directly to his time as a historian, synthesizing generations (and regions) of black musicality through the filter of an HBCU-style music band (members of DrumLine Live, acting here as’ The Bzzzz ‘by Queen Bey’) .

According to cbsnews.com, the live album does not include all the new songs. It also has two tracks apart from the live performance.

As for Netflix’s documentary, it focuses on Coachella’s famous performance last year.

According to cbsnews.com, the live album does not include all the new songs. It also has two tracks apart from the live performance.

As for Netflix’s documentary, it focuses on Coachella’s famous performance last year.