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Beyoncé and Jay-Z tell a story of success on 'Everything Is Love'

Some acts finish a concert with an encore. Beyonce and Jay-Z? By now we should know they think bigger.

On Saturday, pop's No. 1 power couple revealed at the end of a show in London that they'd just released a new album, "Everything Is Love." It's the first joint full-length from the married singer and rapper, who've been collaborating with increasing frequency - and to increasing scrutiny - since the early 2000s.

"No need to ask - you heard about us," Beyonce sings in one new song, and the data backs her up: Within

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