Beyoncé And Jay-Z create a work of art in new video


Beyoncé and Jay Z delivered the ultimate surprise to fans on June 16: a brand-new album titled Everything Is Love.

When Beyoncé and Jay-Z walked off stage Saturday during a stop in London for their joint On the Run II Tour, they left the crowd staring at three words lit up on stage: Album Out Now.

The husband and wife duo, or should we call them new groupmates, are now on tour - their On The Run II tour.

The music video for the track "Ape Sh*t" also dropped on YouTube Saturday.

The clip for the new track called APES**T was viewed nearly 2.3 million times within an hour of being uploaded.

The 36-year-old's nine-track album is called Everything Is Love. The couple is releasing the album under the name of "The Carters".

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Beyoncé's Lemonade seemingly addressed Jay-Z's reported infidelity, with Jay-Z's follow-up 4:44 an album full of remorse for his actions.

The record was released exclusively on Tidal, the streaming service co-owned by the pair and a number of other recording artists.

One fan wrote on Twitter: "Beyonce and Jay Z just dedicated London's #OTRII to the victims of Grenfell".

Jay-Z vents frustration several times on the album about legal action against him.

"We were using our art nearly like a therapy session". "I'm like Chief Keef meet Rafiki/Who been Lion King to you/Pocket watch it like kangaroos/Tell these clowns we ain't amused/Banana clips for that monkey business/4-5 got change for you". But the album takes you further inside the Carters' private, imperfect world, letting you know that, rest assured, everything is still love.

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