Beyoncé surprised her fans early Wednesday morning by dropping a previously unannounced live album just as her new documentary “Homecoming,” began streaming on Netflix.

Both the live album and the documentary capture the 37-year-old’s 2018 performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which marked the first time a black woman headlined the event.

The documentary features rehearsal footage and clips from backstage before the historical 2018 event which became known as “Beychella.”

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The complimentary album includes 38 tracks from the 2018 performance and two bonus tracks: “I Been On” and “Before I Let Go,” which was originally performed by Frankie Beverly and Maze, a 1970s soul band.

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No stranger to surprise releases, Beyonce first executed the tactic for her 2013 album "Lemonade." The release of the "Homecoming" album and documentary comes ahead of Coachella’s second weekend.