Beyonce and Jay-Z surprised fans yet again by dropping a new joint album, "Everything Is Love", on Saturday. The video was filmed in the Louvre museum in Paris, France. The power couple dropped the project Saturday afternoon during their On the Run II World Tour.
The video clip for one single, APES***, has been released in full on YouTube.
But Beyonce has used other monikers in the past, choosing the simple "B" for her performance on DJ Khaled's collaboration "Top Off", which also featured Jay-Z and Future.
We recently told you the pair have been working on a joint LP - following months of break-up rumours - and they have set the record straight with a nine-track album.
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She said: "Because we love you all so much we have something special for you".
And on the joint album's boisterous closer Lovehappy, the two say that they have patched up.
He later he calls out the Grammys for snubbing his album 4:44, despite leading the nominations with eight nods.
"We've never been this far from the shore, we might not ever go back anymore", croons Beyoncé on "Summer" a languid and sensual love song.
Later on the album he professes his innocence in disputes with authorities - so often known by their agencies" acronyms - as he raps: "I pass the alphabet boys like an eye test'.
"Every night we in the endzone/ Tell the National Football League we in stadiums too".