Beyonce and Jay-Z drop surprise new album

Beyonce and Jay-Z perform during a Get Out the Vote performance in support of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the Wolstein Center Nov. 4 2016 in Cleveland Ohio

Beyonce and Jay-Z move fans with Grenfell Tower tribute

Ricky Saiz directed the video, which is set in the Louvre museum in Paris and both artists used the album to call out those they are unhappy with.

Surprise! Beyoncé and Jay-Z just dropped new music as they continue their On the Run II tour.

Everything is Love, thematically, appears to be the final instalment in a trilogy of albums released by Beyoncé and Jay-Z, documenting the ups and downs of their marriage.

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

Last November, Jay-Z told The New York Times that a project with Beyonce had started coming together as they worked on their own solo albums, 4:44 and Lemonade.

The lyrics seem to confirm that Jay-Z turned down an offer to play the Super Bowl halftime show.

The creation of The Carters and the release of the group's first album, "Everything Is Love", confirms years' worth of rumors that the couple was working on a joint project. Which has us desperate to know if they'll be debuting this new music when they hit the stage in Amsterdam on June 19!

"[I was] really proud of the music she made, and she was really proud of the art I released".

"Every night we in the endzone / Tell the NFL we in stadiums, too", he raps, likely referring to the racial dynamics in American football where nearly entirely white owners employ mostly African American players.

Beyonce introduces the album's overriding message of romantic bliss on the first track, Summer, singing: "I want to drown in the depths of you".

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