Beyoncé Drops A Surprise Live Album After Documentary Release

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The Beyhive, Beyoncé’s fandom, had more than a documentary to get excited over on Wednesday. After the GRAMMY award-winning singer’s documentary was released on Netflix she then dropped her “Homecoming: The Live Album to TIDAL, Apple Music and Spotify.

While the documentary gave a behind-the-scenes look into her iconic 2018 Coachella performance, renamed Beychella, the album gives fans the opportunity to hear the over 40 songs performed by the singer. The album doesn’t just feature the mom of three, but also includes husband Jay Z and her former group Destiny’s Child.

This isn’t the first time the singer “did a Beyoncé,” a term used when an artist decides to release an album with no promotion or news of a release beforehand, as she has surprised fans with an album two other times before. In 2013, she released her self-titled album “Beyoncé” and she did it again with a Jay Z joint album in 2018, “Everything Is Love.”

“Homecoming: The Live Album” has only been out one day and Billboard is already predicted the singer will be nominated for GRAMMY Awards. According to the music news site, the singer may possibly be up for Best Music Film, Album of the Year and any other category the recording academy deems fit. With 66 GRAMMY nominations under her belt, any future nominations will continue to secure Beyoncé’s place as the most-nominated female artist in history.

Check out more about Beyoncé’s live album in the video above.

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