Music's most famous couple Beyonce and Jay-Z pulled a surprise by releasing a joint album, a long-rumoured collaboration that celebrates their marital passion and black identity. As it was previously reported, Bey and Jay announced the news of their album on Friday night during a concert in London, England. "I'm a gorilla in the fuckin' coop/Finna pull up in the zoo", he raps.
Introducing the song, Beyonce said it was for "the victims of the Grenfell fire", adding: "God bless you".
In this nine track album the couple don't just talk about their relationship, they also mention, President Trump. There have also been accusations that Tidal fraudulently inflated those 2016 subscriber numbers, as well as streaming numbers for some albums - both of which the company denied. "And we started making music together". Bey and Jay, who wore green pins in support of the Justice4Grenfell movement, dedicated their performance of "Young Forever" to the victims.
Additionally, the latest album features some shots at Kanye West, on two of the tracks, "Boss", and "Friends". You can see it below.
Beyonce and Jay-Z have been married for over ten years, and have three children - Blue Ivy, Sir and Rumi.
A year later Jay-Z asked for forgiveness on his own album 4:44.