Jay Z and Beyonce Release Surprise Collaborative LP Everything Is Love

Eloise Marshall
June 20, 2018

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.

Opener "Summer" sets a romantic mood for "Everything Is Love", with Bey cooing, "I wanna drown in the depths of you.in the water so blue" over some midtempo soul reminiscent of her 2011 LP "4".

A video was then played on the screens which ended with a black slate with the message "ALBUM OUT NOW". The album itself was released without any leaks or prior advertising. The visual was filmed last month at the Louvre in Paris.

The song also addresses the rumors that Jay-Z fathered a love child with another woman.

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

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In this nine track album the couple don't just talk about their relationship, they also mention, President Trump.

In a sold out tour on Friday evening, joined with her husband Jay Z, the star said: "I'd like to dedicate this song to the friends and families of the victims of Grenfell".

"You did some things to me / You do some things to me", Beyonce sings with brass in her voice.

Jay-Z is an outspoken supporter of Colin Kaepernick, the now-unemployed quarterback who stirred a nationwide discussion by kneeling during the national anthem to protest racial injustice. "And we started making music together".

During a countdown she made a 6 and 3 with her fingers.

The album, released by the duo under the name The Carters, stunned fans when it was dropped at the end of their second show at the London Stadium, part of their On The Run II tour.

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