The 40-track "Homecoming: The Live Album" reprises her groundbreaking 2018 headlining performance at Coachella.
Beyonce fans staying awake to catch her documentary drop on Netflix, "Homecoming: A Film by Beyonce," were gifted another treat in the form of a huge live album.
Released at midnight, Queen Bey dropped the 40-track album with no advance warning. The majority of "Homecoming: The Live Album" takes fans track by track through her instantly iconic Coachella performance from last year, which quickly become the most-viewed live music festival performance ever on YouTube, per TMZ.
The artist absolutely dominated the scene a year ago when she became the first black woman to headline the festival. Her performances took over the social media conversation for two weeks and fans have been clamoring for more ever since.
Now, they get to not only enjoy Beyonce's documentary treatment of her groundbreaking performance, but they can relive it at any time through the massive album release the singer announced herself via Twitter.
Plus, "Homecoming: The Live Album" comes with bonus tracks beyond the desert performance, including "I Been On" -- which fans have been awaiting an official release for -- and a cover of "Before I Let Go" by Frankie Beverly And Maze. On top of that, fans can enjoy Blue Ivy performing "Lift Every Voice and Sing" during rehearsals and anticipate the career to come.
The album is available for purchase via iTune, or streaming on multiple platforms including Tidal, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and YouTube Music. Bey was even kind enough to provide all the links on her official website, along with samples of all 40 tracks.