Beyoncé just dropped a surprise album and the Beyhive can't contain themselves
All hail Queen Bey, who has hit us with yet another surprise album.
The 37-year-old casually dropped the new album to support the release of her Homecoming documentary, which is also landing on Netflix today.
Featuring a recording of her entire 2018 Coachella headline performance, the live album includes versions of Sorry, Drunk in Love, Formation, Crazy in Love, as well as more of her back-catalog hits.
The 40 tracks on Homecoming Live also include a cover of the 1981 song by Frankie Beverly and Maze, Before I Let Go, and there are cameos from Destiny's Child and Solange Knowles too.
This album and the Netflix documentary, Homecoming, detail Beyonce's headline Coachella performance, which saw her become the first black woman to headline the music festival in its near 30-year history.
So, if you missed out on watching Bey perform at Coachella, you'll be able to fully experience the night with help of the album and documentary.
Netflix only announced Homecoming last week, describing it as "An in-depth look at Beyoncé's celebrated 2018 Coachella performance from creative concept to cultural movement."
The documentary will feature footage of the performance, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the pop-star prior to her headline appearance. There will also be interviews with Beyoncé, where she details the conception of her vision to its execution, and its wider-reaching cultural impact.
Well, my weekend plans sure are sorted...