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Beyonce Stops the World (Again): Drops Surprise Project, 'Homecoming: The Live Album' [LISTEN]
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Homecoming isn’t just the title of Beyonce’s new Netflix special, it’s the name of her surprise 40-track project, Homecoming: The Live Album.
In true Bey style, the queen gave her Bey Hive plenty of buzz at approximately 3 am EST when she released her intimate and in-depth two-and-a-half hour Coachella documentary and its supplemental soundtrack. The project release follows the same blueprint as years past when B covertly delivered Beyonce (2013) and Lemonade (2016).
Homecoming includes many of your favorite Bey hits from her Destiny’s Child days and her solo career including “Crazy in Love,” “Drunk in Love,” “Bug-a-Boo,” “Say My Name,” and “Soldier.”
Beyoncé // Homecoming — The Live Album now available on all platforms. 👑
• Apple Music: https://t.co/wjpKSToO80
• iTunes: https://t.co/QxC9ofRELZ
• Amazon: https://t.co/gzcMZ172uW
• Spotify: https://t.co/8iO5RWRX3Q
• TIDAL: https://t.co/AFwu3iwJpw#BeyoncéHomecoming pic.twitter.com/3PBFhqI4xV
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) April 17, 2019
To add to B’s sonic and visual excitement, the entertainment royal gifted fans with two live bonus tracks: an upbeat rendition of Frankie Beverly and Maze’s “Before I Let Go,” and a new must-hear called “I Been On.”
Check out the full tracklisting above, and find out what all the rage is about with B's soulful old school cover below.