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By Alix Langone
June 17, 2018
ay-Z and Beyonce Knowles perform on stage during the  On the Run II  tour opener at Principality Stadium on June 6, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales.
ay-Z and Beyonce Knowles perform on stage during the "On the Run II" tour opener at Principality Stadium on June 6, 2018 in Cardiff, Wales.
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Jay-Z and Beyoncé have done it again. The power couple released their first joint album, Everything is Love, without any warning Saturday amid their worldwide tour.

The music moguls dropped their new album while on their “On The Run 2” tour during their second performance in London. Everything is Love is thought to be the third installment in a trilogy of albums, namely Lemonade and 4:44, that tells the story of the raw and real ups and downs of their marriage.

The nine-track album is exclusively available on Tidal for now, a music streaming service partially owned by Jay-Z and Beyoncé.

Here’s what you need to know about how to listen to Everything Is Love, and a complete track list of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s new album:

How to listen to Everything Is Love

As of Sunday afternoon, Everything Is Love is still only available on Tidal. It is unclear when or if Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s new album will be streamable on Spotify or Apple Music.

If you don’t have a Tidal subscription, you can listen to clips of all the songs on Everything is Love on the streaming service right now for free, in addition to watching part of the music video for the song “Apesh*t,” which was filmed in the Louvre in Paris. You can also try a free six-month trial of Tidal, otherwise the music service costs $9.99 per month.

Musicians like Madonna, Alicia Keys, Calvin Harris and Jason Aldean are all also investors in Tidal, which bills itself as the “first music service with high fidelity sound quality, high definition music videos and curated editorial, expertly crafted by music journalists” and has exclusively released new music from artists like Prince, Rihanna, Jack White and Kanye West.

Jay-Z and Beyonce also released a bonus track called “Salud,” which is available on Tidal.

Everything is Love tracklist

Summer
Apesh*t
Boss
Nice
713
Friends
Heard about us
Black effect
Lovehappy

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