Entertainment Beyonce and Jay-Z Drop joint album 'Everything Is Love' The news began trickling out with social media posts containing images from the "Everything Is Love" visual campaign. Beyonce and Jay-Z's "Everything Is Love" features nine tracks, each credited to Beyonce and Jay-Z -- or The Carters -- and clocks in at just under 40 minutes, unusually brief for both artists. Photo Credit: Getty Images / John Lamparski By Reuters June 17, 2018 9:36 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email It had been rumored for years and it has finally arrived: a joint Beyonce-Jay-Z album. Called "Everything Is Love," the announcement was made by Tidal, the streaming company owned by Jay-Z. It features nine tracks, each credited to Beyonce and Jay-Z — or The Carters — and clocks in at just under 40 minutes, unusually brief for both artists. The news began trickling out on Saturday afternoon with social media posts containing images from the "Everything Is Love" visual campaign. One image posted by Beyonce received nearly 200,000 likes in less than 20 minutes as many noted that, once again, Queen Bey had broken the internet. It was later revealed that a video was made for the song "APE SHIT" and was filmed at the Louvre in Paris last month. Directed by Ricky Saiz, it is available for viewing exclusively on Tidal. The video features the pair posing in various settings in an oddly empty Louvre, delivering their lines in front of centuries-old masterpieces, even the Mona Lisa. The clip also features dancers performing synchronized moves on the museums steps, and Beyonce and several dancers gyrating in front of famous paintings. Beyonce and Jay-Z are currently performing on the 48-date On the Run 2 tour. They have been averaging a per-show gross of $5.5 million, according to Pollstar, on an average per night haul from 48,642 tickets sold. The trek next hits Amsterdam on June 19. By Reuters Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 11 concerts you'll be spending your paycheck on Here's who to see around the city. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.