Beyoncé and Jay Z Drop Surprise Joint Album 'Everything Is Love'

The couple shared the project Saturday afternoon, along with the official music video for the album's track "Apesh*t."

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Your weekend just got a whole lot better.

After years of rumors and speculation, Beyoncé and Jay Z have finally delivered their joint album called Everything Is Love. The power couple dropped the project Saturday afternoon during their On the Run II World Tour.

As expected, the nine-track project is teeming with notable lines, and addresses everything from the Grammys to the couple's marital issues to Hov allegedly turning down the Super Bowl 2018 Halftime Show

"I said no to the Superbowl/You need me, I don't need you/Every night we in the end zone/Tell the NFL we in stadiums too," Jay raps on "Apeshit."

Beyoncé also notes on "Nice": "If I gave two fucks about streaming numbers I would've put Lemonade up on Spotify."

You can stream Everything Is Love via Tidal below. 


There's also a bonus cut called "Salud," which you can stream below.

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The album is available exclusively on Tidal—the streaming service partly owned by the Carters. Check out the video for album's "Apeshit" track below. 

According to the couple's team, the visual was filmed last month at the Louvre in Paris. It was directed by Ricky Saiz, who previously worked with Bey on the 2013 visual for "Yonce."

Whispers of a Jay and Bey collaboration have been circulating for a minute. In 2015, producer Detail told Billboard that the rumored joint album would possibly drop before the end of the year; however, it wasn't until 2017 when Jay confirmed he and his wife had worked on music together during the making of their respective releases 4:44 and Lemonade.

"We were using our art almost like a therapy session. And we started making music together," he told T Magazine. "And then the music she was making at that time was further along. So her album came out as opposed to the joint album that we were working on. Um, we still have a lot of that music. And this is what it became. There was never a point where it was like, 'I'm making this album.' I was right there the entire time."

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