The album features Beyonce rapping on songs more than she has done on previous releases.
One song that has a profanity in its title includes Jay-Z lashing out at the Grammys. He was the top nominee at February’s awards show, but left empty-handed.
The rapper also says he turned down the NFL Super Bowl halftime show, rapping that the league needs him more than he needs them.
Their 6-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, makes an appearance at the end of the song “Boss” where she gives a shout-out to her 1-year-old brother and sister, Rumi and Sir.
“Shout out to Rumi and Sir, love Blue,” she says.
Beyonce also shared other images from “Everything Is Love” including the album cover.
The couple have independently dropped albums that have addressed the storms their marriage has endured.
In 2016, Beyoncé’s critically acclaimed “Lemonade” had fans debating its themes of love, betrayal, empowerment, tribalism and family.
The following year, Jay-Z released “4:44,” in which he admitted to cheating on his wife.
The rapper told The New York Times that music helped him and his wife repair their breach.
“We were using our art almost like a therapy session and we started making music together,” he said.