Beyoncé and Jay-Z Go Pay-to-Play With New Album

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Go Pay-to-Play With New Album

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Go Pay-to-Play With New Album

The music footage shows Bey and Jay at the Louvre museum in Paris, that's a feat on its own when the museum is on serious lock down.

Please note: The above video contains explicit language.

Mrs. Carter first alerted fans of new music via Instagram, where she shared a teaser from new single, "Apesh*t". So far it is available only on streaming service Tidal, which belongs to Jay-Z.

Fans are loving the announcement and the video.

All that aside, the album itself is pretty solid and can be enjoyed now on any streaming service you happen to prefer. "You did some things to me / You do some things to me", she sings.

And on album track "Friends", it appears that Jay has finally addressed the reasons for his absence.

USA withdraws from UN Human Rights Commission
Jewish rights group the Simon Wiesenthal Center applauded the United States withdrawal and urged other countries to do the same. Ambassador Nikki Haley announced the departure and explained why the USA would no longer take part in the U.N. institution.

Jay-Z appeared to confirm a report that he turned down an offer from the National Football League to perform at this year's Super Bowl, the most-watched event on USA television.

He started kneeling at games during the national anthem in a protest about racial injustice in the US.

On the joint album's boisterous closer "Lovehappy", the two say that they have patched up.

The pop diva and hip-hop superstar announced the album, "Everything is Love", from the stage in London as they wrapped up the British leg that opened a global tour.

JAY-Z and Beyonce are keeping up a family tradition, dropping a surprise album before anyone knew it was coming.

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

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