The singer, 37, released a Netflix documentary chronicling her 2018 Coachella performance at midnight on Wednesday, followed shortly by the release of a live album, much to the delight of her fans. This time, the documentary captures the conception and execution of her star-studded, HBCU-theme Coachella set, which made her the first Black woman ever to headline the festival.
The live album of her festival performances includes renditions of her hits including Crazy In Love, Formation, Sorry, Drunk In Love, Run The World (Girls) and Love On Top, as well as the Destiny's Child tracks Say My Name, Soldier and Bug A Boo.
"For some of us who were actually there at Coachella, there might've been a slight fear that we were overselling the show", said Variety Magazine's Chris Willman.
BBC entertainment correspondent Colin Paterson noted that there was "very little documentary content, but as a concert film it's up there with Talking Heads" Stop Making Sense and Prince's Sign "O' The Times".
After a brief moment of peace and quiet, the Beyhive is abuzz yet again.
The highly-anticipated film presents behind-the-scenes footage and interviews from before, during and after the show. "But it was like tears of joy because that means she must have at least watched our videos", Dancing Doll Jordan Ezell told WBRZ past year when word first got out about the homage.
The performance, which has quickly become one of the most celebrated of her career, features dance moves adapted from several historically black colleges and universities.