Beyonce & Jay-Z Drop New Album on More Streaming Services

Esequiel Farfan
Junio 19, 2018

NY rapper Nas might not say it so the Internet is imagining what's going on through his head with JAY-Z and Beyoncé's new Everything Is Love dropping hours after his NASIR studio release arrived.

His long-awaited album with Beyoncé was announced during the Carters" show at London Stadium on Saturday (16th June), and the lyrical content sees the couple address cheating rumours that surfaced on "LEMONADE", and again on "4:44'.

Many had assumed that the album would remain a Tidal exclusive, especially since lyrics in the song "NICE" portray Beyoncé as dismissive of streaming service Spotify.

The pair collaborated on "Watch The Throne", but reportedly fell out when Jay-Z and Beyonce failed to attend his wedding to Kim Kardashian in 2014. On Saturday, when Beyoncé and Jay-Z released Everything Is Love, it was initially a Tidal exclusive, which sent many of us running to Tidal to reactivate our subscriptions.

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On another front, it's interesting that the album went to Spotify so quickly given that Beyonce throws a few jabs at the music streaming service on one of the Everything Is Love tracks.

Spotify has Everything is Love available to stream but only for people who pay. However, their new track "Salud" is still exclusive to Tidal.

Not two days later, Everything Is Love is already available on a slew of rival streaming services, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and others.

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