Beyoncé Reportedly Signs Three-Project $60 Million Deal With Netflix

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Is another visual album on the way?

(AllHipHop News) Guess what Bey Hive members? Homecoming is probably not the only Beyoncé content coming to Netflix. According to Variety, Queen Bey signed a three-project deal with the video streaming service worth $60 million.

Homecoming is a live concert film documenting Beyoncé's iconic 2018 Coachella set. The film showed behind-the-scenes moments leading up to the headlining performance which honored HBCU and African-American culture.

HBO was reportedly in talks to broadcast Homecoming. The premium cable channel apparently did not want to match Netflix's offer. Previously, Bey worked with Home Box Office on 2013's Life Is But A Dream documentary, 2014's On the Run Tour concert special, and 2016's Lemonade visual album.

Lemonade is finally about to be released on other music streaming platforms besides the Beyoncé-co-owned Tidal. The LP will hit Spotify, Apple Music, and other streamers on April 23, its three-year anniversary. A live album version of Homecoming arrived last week.