Beyonce and Jay-Z shot the dramatic clip at the Louvre

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By now, you've probably heard that The Carters rented out the Louvre to film the video for their song "Apeshit"-you do want you want when you're poppin', apparently".

But some fans aren't happy you can only get the album on Tidal.

In November 2017, Jay-Z told the New York Times that he and Beyoncé had started working on something as they produced their own separate albums 4:44 and Lemonade.

If you are going to hang with the Carters, you need to be aware of the omert-.

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"Yeah, we the ones that you heard about/Make big noise, big noise/We don't need no voucher/Yeah, we the one's y'all anxious about/We good, we good, keep us out your mouth". However, The FADER reports Jay and Bey were able to secure the location just a month ago.

Driven by warm, sultry soul with a largely hip-hop cadence, "Everything is Love" marries the styles of the two artists but is more consistent with the recent direction of Jay-Z.

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

One song that has a profanity in its title includes Jay-Z lashing out at the Grammys. When announcing the album on social media, Beyoncé said it would be available exclusively on the music-streaming service Tidal, of which the pop star and the rapper are partial owners. They called themselves The Carters in the album. Currently, the pair is on a concert tour On The Run II.

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