The Beyhive is buzzing!
April 17th 2019 is a date Beyoncé fans will never forget. Not only did she release Homecoming: A Film By Beyoncé on Netflix, she also dropped a completely unexpected 40-track album, 'Homecoming:The Live Album', which is the soundtrack to her iconic 2018 Coachella performance.
Ever since the very first whispers of a Beychella documentary the Beyhive hasn't been able to cope and lost it when this trailer landed last week:
But that was nothing in comparison to the hype of today. Drunk. In. Love!!
THEY GOT ME IN THE DOCUMENTARY MAKING THAT FACE pic.twitter.com/ZRuIFIoqrT
— sydney (@sydney_hardeman) April 17, 2019
Described as, 'an intimate, in-depth look at Beyoncé’s celebrated 2018 Coachella performance revealing the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement', it's 2hr 17mins of jaw-dropping, body-popping, booty-shaking action featuring a rare insight into Queen Bey's life dotted throughout via videos and audio recordings.
Speaking about how Flawless she aims to be, the 'Halo' singer says;
I respect things I built from the ground up, you know. I'm super specific about every detail. I personally selected each dancer, every light, interior on the steps, the height of the pyramid, shape of the pyramid...every tiny detail had an intention
Dermot and Dave's Eimear Shannon (or 'E-oncyé' as she will be further known) guides us through the story; exploring everything from the lows of Mrs Carter having to cancel Coachella 2017 due to her pregnancy with the twins, to the challenges she faced getting back in shape for the production of her life.
Check out the piece in full by pressing the play button on screen.