By Julia Reinstein, Buzz Feed News
As you’ve probably heard (and hopefully watched) a thousand times already, Beyoncé on Wednesday dropped “Homecoming,” a Netflix documentary about her show-stopping Coachella 2018 performance.
But did she stop there? Nope. She also surprise-dropped a live album of the entire performance.
— Spotify (@Spotify) April 17, 2019
And it’s not just on Tidal — it’s on ALL. STREAMING. PLATFORMS. (Yes, that includes Spotify.)
The album combines music from both Coachella shows, including all the interludes and the performances by Destiny’s Child, J Balvin, and Jay Z.
In addition to Beyoncé’s live performance of the Black National Anthem “Lift Every Voice And Sing,” it also includes a special guest track — a previously unreleased live version of Blue Ivy singing the same song.
Following a round of applause and praise from her mom, Blue excitedly says, “I wanna do that again, because it feels good!”
Beyoncé closes out the album with one new studio track — a cover of 1981 song “Before I Let Go” by Maze.
As Variety noted, Destiny’s Child previously recorded an unreleased version of the same song.
The Hive is in disbelief to have been blessed with a new album at the same time as the doc.
— Three Steaks Pam (@ixxconic) April 17, 2019
No one got any sleep.
If @Beyonce thinks just because she dropped the Homecoming: Live album and documentary in the middle of the night at the same time that I’m gonna be up all night listening and watching both then she’s absolutely right #BeyoncéHomecoming
— “But I’ve seen that movie” – Jordan Peele (@iLuv_Sneakers) April 17, 2019
It’s a lot to take in.
BEYONCE LIVE ALBUM ON SPOTIFY AND ITS 40 TRACKS
MY SCALP JUST GOT THE TOP CHOPPED OFF LIKE A COUPE IM WIGLESS MY FOLLICLES JUST GOT LAUNCHED INTO DEEP ORBIT https://t.co/a6ib67qFRA
— your supreme, dj franzia (@hawillisdc) April 17, 2019
Like, what else could she have in store?
If you were asleep, Beyoncé dropped an incredible documentary, a new album and the full unredacted Mueller report in the middle of the night
— Robin Thede (@robinthede) April 17, 2019
This article originally appeared in Buzz Feed News.