What we learned from Jay-Z, Beyonce album

Sweet sister Blue Ivy shown with her parents in February 2017 in New Orleans has been a'sweet sister to the twins

Sweet sister Blue Ivy shown with her parents in February 2017 in New Orleans has been a'sweet sister to the twins

After causing an uproar with the release of their surprise album, Everything is Love, The Carters also offered the project's first video for "APESH*T".

Unlike 2016's Lemonade or last year's mega-hit, 4:44, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have dropped their first ever joint album called Everything Is Love. The release - available exclusively, for now, on Jay's streaming service Tidal - was announced yesterday during the London stop on their On The Run II Tour (which hits the NY area on August 2 and 3). "Sometimes I thought we'd never see the light". "713", "NICE", "FRIENDS", and "BLACK EFFECT" are also standout tracks. The album is now available exclusively on Tidal. Jay-Z told the New York Times in November that he and Beyoncé had been "using [their] art nearly like a therapy session".

The lyrics seem to confirm that Jay-Z turned down an offer to play the Super Bowl halftime show. So her album came out as opposed to the joint album that we were working on. "And we started making music together", he told reporter Dean Baquet.

Beyonce and JAY-Z did it again!




Everything Is Love has nine tracks and is billed as an album by the Carters.

Beyonce and Jay-Z have been married for over ten years, and have three children - Blue Ivy, Sir and Rumi.

Numerous songs continue to explore the couple's marital struggles, stirring post-infidelity tea previously spilled on Beyoncé's 2016 album Lemonade and Jay-Z's 2017 album 4:44. Jay-Z has become one of the most successful rappers in the game and has a measured way of conducting himself in public.

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