How to listen to Beyonce’s new album and watch the Homecoming documentary

Beyonce performing onstage during Coachella 2018 (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Coachella )

Beyonce fans have been treated to a brand new album today along with the release of her new Netflix documentary.

It features the full set-list from her headline performance at list year’s Coachella Festival, which includes many of her biggest hits, including Crazy in Love, Formation and Single Ladies.

The album includes the songs she performed as part of her Destiny’s Child reunion alongside Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, including Soldier and Say My Name.

Last year’s concert also became known as Beychella after she claimed all of the headlines from the weekend of music and she has been followed on by Ariana Grande who was one of this year’s headline acts.

Some fans have started to speculate that the If I Were A Boy singer could still be releasing some new songs later in the week, but there has so far been nothing confirmed.

How to listen to Beyonce’s new album

You can now listen to Homecoming: The Live Album on Spotify where all 40 songs are available, and it is also available to download and stream on Apple Music and Google Play.

Recently her new music had only been available on Tidal initially, the music streaming service that is owned by her husband Jay-Z, but the newest release has been added to all of the major platforms.

It includes all of the songs from her performances at Coachella, including Deja Vu which she performed on stage with Jay-Z.

The album also has her collaborations with J Balvin, Bluye Ivy Carter, and her former Destiny’s Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

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How to watch the Beyonce Homecoming documentary

The new documentary was released on Netflix today with a running time of over two hours.

It follows Beyonce as she appears at the 2018 Coachella festival as the headline performer.

The film is being described as an ‘intimate, in-depth look’ at her performance at last year’s event, including her journey to becoming the headline act, as well as the creative concepts behind it and the cultural movement.

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