The couple - who are now on their "On The Run II" world tour - thrilled fans by dropping the new release "Everything Is Love" on Saturday (16.06.18).
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Thankfully, the two appear to be on the mend, with JAY-Z telling David Letterman on his Netflix show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, earlier this year, "That's my brother, we're beyond friends".
Jay-Z is an outspoken supporter of Colin Kaepernick, the now-unemployed quarterback whose kneeling protest against racial injustice during the national anthem has triggered angry denunciations by President Donald Trump.
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'.
"Every night we in the endzone / Tell the National Football League we in stadiums, too". "Come by the house", West said."Bring the kids by the house, like we're brothers".