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Fireworks were set off during the Made in America festival, in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, in September 2017. Lisa Lake/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch hide caption

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Pop Culture Happy Hour: Road-Testing The Songs Of Summer

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z on stage in Glasgow during their On The Run II tour on June 9, one week before they released the collaborative album Everything Is Love. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images For Parkwood Entertainment hide caption

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Listen to a conversation about 'Everything Is Love'

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Jay-Z and Beyoncé shook up the music world with past weekend with a surprise release of their first collaborative album Everything Is Love. Christopher Polk/Getty Images hide caption

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Jay-Z and Beyoncé's 'Everything Is Love' Shakes Up Summer Music

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Jay-Z (center), who was nominated for eight Grammys but won no awards Sunday, with his wife, Beyoncé (left) and daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, during the ceremony on Sunday. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS hide caption

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JAY-Z, shown performing at Barclays Center of Brooklyn Oct. 20, 2015, has released 4:44, his first album in four years. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for TIDAL hide caption

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JAY-Z Bares His Soul On '4:44'

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