April 14th is the one-year anniversary of one of the greatest performances of all time: Beyoncé’s truly epic Coachella performance. It is performance full of nods and references to a wide spectrum of black greatness: from O.T. Genasis’ “Everybody Mad” to historically black colleges and universities.
Now you’ll be able to sit with that performance and watch it whenever you want. On April 17th Netflix will release Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé. The movie will feature behind the scenes footage and interviews detailing the preparation of the performance.
Check out the dramatic trailer for the documentary below.
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