The music moguls have released many joint singles together in the past ("Crazy in Love", "Drunk in Love", and "Lift Off", to name a few) but this is their first full-fledged album as a twosome. It features nine tracks, each credited to Beyonce and Jay-Z - or The Carters. The long-awaited, often rumored Beyonce and JAY-Z collaboration album is finally available for fans to enjoy. "There was never a point where it was like, 'I'm making this album.' I was right there the entire time".
The power couple have said all they need to say with the joint project and this will be their last of the trilogy following Beyonce's Lemonade and Jay's response with 4:44.
Jay-Z hinted to the release during an interview with the New York Times a year ago.
"But love is deeper than your pain and I believe you can change". News that the video was shot on location in Paris last month.
Thankfully, the two appear to be on the mend, with JAY-Z telling David Letterman on his Netflix show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, earlier this year, "That's my brother, we're beyond friends".
One song that has a profanity in its title includes Jay-Z lashing out at the Grammys.
Have you ever seen the crowd goin' apeshit? The rapper also says he turned down the NFL Super Bowl halftime show, rapping that the league needs him more than he needs them.
If her plans pay off, we might he waiting a little while longer for the new tunes. But the album takes you further inside the Carters' private, imperfect world, letting you know that, rest assured, everything is still love.