Jay-Z, Beyonce surprise album; Matt 'Guitar' Murphy dies; Jailey confirmed; more

Brunilde Fioravanti
Giugno 19, 2018

Tidal swapped its weekend exclusive on Jay-Z and Beyonce's album for a new exclusive, a single from the Carters called Salud.

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.

Jay-Z performs onstage during TIDAL X: 1020 Amplified by HTC at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 20, 2015.

So when the Carters (Sean Carter, aka Jay-Z, and Beyonce Knowles-Carter) released Everything is Love on Saturday, one thing that came as no surprise was that it was exclusively on Tidal.

The album on Monday surfaced on various streaming services, under the artist name "The Carters". In the song, the Grammy victor referenced how she has yet to release Lemonade to the streaming service.

Spotify has Everything is Love available to stream but only for people who pay.

Reps for YouTube Music didn't immediately respond and the album wasn't readily apparent in searches. The highlight is easily the stadium-ready banger "Apesh-t" - their best collaboration since "Crazy in Love" - which comes with a music video set in the Louvre museum (the rest of the tracks are available on Tidal, Spotify Premium, Amazon and Apple Music).

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