Get ready, Beyhive: on top of her voice-acting role as Nala in Disney's upcoming live adaptation of The Lion King, Beyoncé has two new projects in the works that will be released this year, according to Us Weekly. Multiple sources say that the singer plans to release some new songs this year along with a Netflix documentary focusing on her iconic Coahella performance in 2018.
One source shared that "Beyoncé does not have a whole new album," but she's recording "some new tracks for an album full of old songs." This will be Queen B's first new solo album since Lemonade was released in 2016. That was followed up in 2018 with EVERYTHING IS LOVE, an album she made together with her husband Jay-Z as "The Carters".
A second source has revealed the Beyoncé's upcoming Netflix documentary "will be tied to her performance at Coachella 2018" and feature never-before-seen footage. The Coachella performance had an impressive repertoire of 26 songs that spanned Beyoncé's entire career. On top of that, the powerhouse pop-star invited Jay-Z and her sister Solange on stage and made the crowd go wild with a Destiny's Child reunion.
Beyoncé recognized the importance of her performance, at one point telling the crowd, "Thank you for allowing me to be the first black woman to headline Coachella."