Beyoncé’s Netflix documentary, Homecoming, has arrived with a surprise: A new Beyoncé album.
The star, who perfected the art of stealth releases with a self-titled album in 2013, announced the new record just hours before Homecoming premiered.
Both the film and the album capture her 2018 Coachella set – which celebrated black power and liberation.
They include live versions of Crazy In Love and Drunk In Love, as well as her reunion with Destiny’s Child.
Fans also get one new studio recording – a cover of Maze’s 1981 hit Before I Let Go, which plays over the closing credits of the film.