Beyoncé and JAY-Z drop surprise new album, Everything is Love: Stream

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We recently told you the pair have been working on a joint LP - following months of break-up rumours - and they have set the record straight with a nine-track album.

Houston's own Beyonce and husband Jay-Z have stopped the world - again.

WHILE most musicians tease their upcoming albums for weeks as part of a meticulously planned publicity strategy, Beyonce and Jay-Z prefer to drop surprise albums with absolutely zero notice.

The singer is thinking big for her next music move, aiming for the bright lights of the Super Bowl halftime, which has seen the likes of Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Lady Gaga wow global fans with their huge performances. Jay-Z's most recent solo album, 4:44, was seen as a response to Lemonade: in it, he all but said that he had in fact cheated on his wife.

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Beyoncé first teased the album on Instagram when she shared a clip from the music video for "Apeshit", which was shot at The Louvre in Paris in May 2018 and directed by Ricky Saiz.

In the music video, the artists stand in colorful purple and blue suits in front of the famous Mona Lisa painting.

"Everything is Love", as the title implies, speaks much about the strength of their marriage after highly public troubles.

Meanwhile, their six-year-old daughter Blue Ivy makes an appearance on the third song called Boss and mentions her twin siblings, Rumi and Sir.

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The surprise release was also accompanied by a visual for the album's lead single titled "APESHIT". The power couple is only a few dates into their co-headlining On the Run II tour, which kicked off last week.

"We were using our art nearly like a therapy session".

Additionally, West affirmed that they'd been making amends during his discussion with Charlamane, noting "We good", adding, "We texting each other, positive energy".

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