Sometimes one tries to describe as best you can in the title text what the reader is about to read. In many occasions, we fill it with adjectives to get attention as much as possible. Of course, it is valid, in addition, we who are writing want the most people to read our Narratives and that is why we do everything in our power to make that happen. Records that are true jewels created by artists or little-known bands need a push for music lovers to dare to enter and meet these brilliant new musicians. Even the new material of consecrated singers but facing enormous competition in their segment, require reviews that provide a broad perspective of what they are presenting to their audience so that more people appreciate them. It is part of the complication of swimming in the musical ocean overpopulated with good, bad and regular things. It is a jungle in which everyone wants to excel, and it is very easy to get lost; therefore, sometimes we have to draw attention to what we think is very worthwhile. But there are times in life when things are very easy, and one has little to add to what readers will be reading. Why? Because what one has proposed to analyze is a masterpiece that has the ability to be appreciated by all. No matter the musical tastes, ethnic origins, different languages, age or anything else that sometimes conditions our taste for music. When the art complies with all the rules to be executed visually and musically can be appreciated, loved and recognized by all. This is the case of our record today: Homecoming: The Live Album, by Beyoncé. Gathering that musical legacy, plus the documentary of this one presented by Netflix, we confirm that Beyoncé will go down in history as one of the most important singers of all time. Someone who is not limited to interpret some successes and look good in magazines, is a leader of her time, voice and action of millions of men and women who receive through it the defense and pride that for years have been denied. Worthy of study in universities, respected by the greatest leaders of the world and loved by a faithful and loyal public, Beyoncé does not offer us another concert in Coachella, rather she shows us the path of the claim of all human beings through music. She makes us more sensitive through her art and beauty that presents throughout these almost forty songs.