Beyoncé has upped the ante of her Netflix documentary’s release by dropping a surprise live album to coincide with the film. The music superstar’s Homecoming: The Live Album is comprised of 40 tracks, including some bonus studio recordings.

Queen Bey’s latest project features the official release of her song “I Been On,” which first surfaced in 2013, and a cover of Frankie Beverly and Maze’s “Before I Let Go.” The LP also contains a version of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” by Blue Ivy Carter.

Check out Beyoncé Homecoming: The Live Album stream, cover and tracklist below.

Watch her Netflix documentary here.

1. Welcome
2. Crazy In Love
3. Freedom
4. Lift Every Voice and Sing
5. Formation
6. So Much Damn Swag – Interlude
7. Sorry
8. Kitty Kat
9. Bow Down
10. I Been On
11. Drunk In Love
12. Diva
13. Flawless / Feeling Myself
14. Top Off
15. 7/11
16. Bug A Boo Roll Call
17. Party
18. Don’t Hurt Yourself
19. I Care
20. Partition
21. Yonce
22. Mi Gente f. J. Balvin
23. Baby Boy
24. You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)
25. Hold Up
26. Countdown
27. Check On It
28. Deja Vu f. JAY-Z
29. The Bzzzz Drumline
30. Run The World (Girls)
31. Lose My Breath f. Destiny’s Child
32. Say My Name f. Destiny’s Child
33. Soldier f. Destiny’s Child
34. Get Me Bodied f. Solange
35. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
36. Lift Every Voice And Sing (Blue’s Version)
37. Love On Top
38. Shining (Thank You)
39. Before I Let Go (Frankie Beverly and Maze Cover)
40. I Been On

[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on April 8, 2019.]

The rumors and hints were true: a Beyoncé film is coming to Netflix.

After teasing a release titled Homecoming on Sunday (April 7), the streaming service confirmed it’s a Beyoncé documentary by dropping a trailer on Monday (April 8).

The preview features the words of the late poet Maya Angelou and behind-the-scenes footage of Queen Bey. The teaser also includes video from her performance at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

Beyoncé’s Homecoming is scheduled to premiere on April 17. Watch its trailer above.

[This post has been updated. The following was originally published on April 7, 2019.]

The Beyhive is on high alert after Netflix teased a new release titled Homecoming, which is scheduled to drop on April 17.

Netflix announced Homecoming via a social media graphic on Sunday morning (April 7). Beyoncé fans quickly deduced it had something to do with Queen Bey after seeing the color scheme and font style, which she also used for her Coachella merchandise.

Last week, an US Weekly report revealed Beyoncé had a Netflix special in the works. The project reportedly is related to her critically acclaimed performance at the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, adding more credence to fans’ assumptions about Homecoming.

So far, Beyoncé hasn’t publicly commented on the rumored Netflix release. The Beyhive, however, has plenty to say about it.

Check out some of their reactions below.