Beyoncé to Release Audio of ‘Lemonade’ Film Across All Music Streaming Platforms

Oscar Cross
April 18, 2019

Given how vigilantly footage from the performance itself was wiped from YouTube post Coachella's live stream, Homecoming serves as the first proper chance to experience the entire show in HD.

You can access both the documentary and live album below.

The album, titled Homecoming just like the film, was released in the early hours of Wednesday across all major streaming platforms, including Apple Music, Spotify and Google Play.

After the release of her highly anticipated Netflix documentary, Homecoming, Queen Bey dropped a surprise album of the same name. After months of teases on social media, it became clear that the "Homecoming" the singer was referring to in posts referred to a Netflix concert special of the same name, documenting her acclaimed performance at Coachella past year.

Béyonce performs onstage during the 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival.

Homecoming: The Live Album is a 40 track giant of a piece featuring live versions of all of Beyoncé's greatest bangers including 'Crazy In Love, ' 'Formation, ' 'If I Were A Boy, ' 'Drunk In Love, ' and 'Freedom'.

Her set paid tribute to the musical heritage of historically black American colleges and she was backed up by dozens of dancers and a marching band. So much to see.

Others were left in awe of the vocal talents of Beyonce and Jay-Z's seven-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter - who emulates her mother's performance of the "black national anthem" Lift Every Voice and Sing.

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