Beyoncé Releases 'Homecoming' Documentary and Live Album

Beyoncé Releases 'Homecoming' Documentary and Live Album

"Homecoming" is now streaming on Netflix, with a companion album featuring 40 songs from the show launching alongside it.

Southern University's Dancing Dolls got a proper shout-out from Beyoncé Knowles-Carter in the world-famous performer's new Netflix documentary.

"While the behind-the-scenes footage is only a fraction of the total film, Beyoncé is refreshingly candid about the hard work that it took to put the shows together", wrote Brittany Spanos in Rolling Stone. What fans didn't expect was for her to drop a full live album of the performance on the same day.

The album features live renditions of her hits including Crazy In Love, Formation, Sorry, Drunk In Love, Run The World (Girls) and Love On Top, as well as the Destiny's Child tracks Say My Name, Soldier and Bug A Boo.

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The album titled 'Homecoming, ' just like the film, was released in the early hours of Wednesday across all major streaming platforms. Beyoncé is the first woman to headline the music festival. Featured on the end credits to the documentary, the 37-year-old has covered Frankie Beverly and Maze's 1981 track Before I Let Go.

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.

"Some of the film's best scenes include the pop diva sternly but kindly dragging her team, who seem to have a hard time grasping her highly specific vision". So much to see.

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