Beyonce, Jay-Z drop surprise joint album

Beyonce, Jay-Z drop surprise joint album

Beyonce, Jay-Z drop surprise joint album

It had been rumored for years and it has finally arrived: a joint Beyonce-Jay-Z album. The duo released the new collection not as Jay-Z and Beyoncé, but as "The Carters", which is the first time they've used their married name professionally.

Beyonce and Jay-Z announced their album at their concert here and also debuted their video.

The much rumored collaboration is an homage to the work the couple has done over that previous year or more to fix their very publicly damaged marriage. Other songs on which they have collaborated include "Deja Vu", "Drunk in Love", "Upgrade U", "Part II (On the Run)" and "Lift Off". "And we started making music together".

Just two months after Beyoncé ruined Coachella for every future headliner, the songstress and her husband, Jay-Z, have made history again. Unfortunately, it's available exclusively on the subscription-based streaming service Tidal, because some people are still trying to make that happen. However, the project was temporarily shelved as they shifted their focuses to their most recent solo albums, 4:44 (2017) and Lemonade (2016), respectively.

Jay Z - who was the most nominated artist at the 2018 Grammy Awards but did not win any - raps on "Ape S**t": "Tell the Grammys fuck that 0 for 8 s**t". "Because we love you all so much we have something special for y'all", Beyoncé told the crowd.

"Every night we in the endzone/ Tell the National Football League we in stadiums too". So her album came out as opposed to the joint album that we were working on.

Related news