Beyonce, Jay-Z release first music video from joint album

Beyonce, Jay-Z release first music video from joint album

Beyonce, Jay-Z release first music video from joint album

On their surprise joint album, "Everything Is Love", Jay-Z and Beyoncé maintain that they're still insane in/drunk in love.

The pair is now in the middle of their second joint world tour, with many fans speculating they would release new music together at some point in 2018.

And on YouTube, they posted the first album's first music video titled "Apes**t". News that the video was shot on location in Paris last month.

The new album features nine songs and Bey and Jay are both featured on every track.

The star couple are now in the middle of their global OTR II tour.

"It happened - we were using our art nearly like a therapy session".

On Nice, Beyonce addresses her decision to only release album Lemonade on Tidal.

"I'm like Chief Keef meet Rafiki/Who been Lion King to you/Pocket watch it like kangaroos/Tell these clowns we ain't amused/Banana clips for that monkey business/4-5 got change for you".

"Shout out to Rumi and Sir, love Blue", she says.

The album, named Everything is Love, is the couples first-ever joint album.

One fan wrote on Twitter: "Beyonce and Jay Z just dedicated London's #OTRII to the victims of Grenfell".

The guys debuted a new sound with Youngblood after they re-discovered Massive Attack.

Introducing their final song, a cover of Jay-Z's "Forever Young", Beyoncé told the crowd: "I'd like to dedicate this song to the families and friends of the victims of the Grenfell fire". "Her album came out as opposed to the joint album that we were working on", he said, explaining that Lemonade was closer to being completed at the time.

At the end of the concert in London, on the giant screens, they have announced the release of their album by surprise.

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