Breaking down the hidden references on Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s Everything Is Love

On June 16, Jay-Z and Beyoncé surprise dropped their first joint album Everything Is Love. The nine-track effort marks a follow up to Bey’s Lemonade and Jay’s 4:44, two records that mined accusations of the rapper’s infidelity and the collateral damage it dealt to their relationship. Everything Is Love completes the cycle, presenting a couple who has worked through grief to find forgiveness, healing, and hope.

More than that, the album tells the story of how two of our era’s famous

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