Beyoncé dominates the internet with historical “Homecoming” documentary
Beyoncé’s historical documentary “Homecoming”, her 2018 Coachella performance and her new album. “Homecoming” is a 137-minute documentary and concert film detailing intimate chapters of how the international hitmaker created a headline set of her 22-year career in a 2-hour film.
Netflix premiered “Homecoming” on Wednesday morning. Beyoncé then dropped “Homecoming: The Live Album” on Jay-Z‘s streaming service Tidal. The female artist admitted to becoming disconnected to the stage and suffering spasms during the first few rehearsals. We also learnt of the sacrifices made where Beyoncé missed out on spending time with her daughter, Blue Ivy, newborn twins Rumi and Sir and husband Jay Z to focus on making history at the famous festival.
Being the first African-American artist to headline at Coachella, Bey brought her culture to the stage. Along with influential speech about the importance of staying true to yourself along with the importance of being proud of yourself and the struggles you face. Along with black excellence, the documentary segments gave us an insight into the artist’s personal life. She shared how she coped with a very specific post-baby diet in an attempt to lose baby weight for the show. Beyoncé spoke about how she underwent an extreme diet in order to meet her goals in time for Coachella. The documentary contains multiple intervals that continue to provide inspiration.
There’s no denying that the historic performance was anything less than we expected. Beyoncé hand-picked her dancers, carefully selected the orchestra and 64 credited musicians. According to sources, Queen B isn’t stopping there and is soon dropping a completely new album called ‘B7’.
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