Beyonce gave us not one but two gifts this week!
Beyonce has unveiled a surprise live album of her historic 2018 Coachella performance on the same day as a documentary about the headlining slot has been released.
Beyonce made history at 2018's Coachella in California as the first black woman to headline the music and arts festival.
You can stream the full album via your preferred streaming service below.
But hang on, because that's not all: the album also includes a B R A N D N E W S O N G, "Before I Let Go" - a song that Bey has previously covered, but not recorded in a studio.
Rumors of a new album called "B7" spread in the hours before the live album's release based on a cover image of an album bearing that title taken from the Genius lyric-decoding website, however that may have been a placeholder built by the website in anticipation of a possible "Homecoming" soundtrack album; a search on "Beyonce B7 Genius" led to the "Homecoming" lyrics on Wednesday morning.
The 26-track set featured guest performances from Destiny's Child, Solange and Jay-Z and came after the star had to cancel the previous year's show due to pregnancy.
Just like in 2016 when her album Lemonade was accompanied by a sixty-five minute film aired on HBO, Beyonce has adopted a similar strategy this time around as well.