As the world knows, Beyonce and Jay-Z, amid their “On The Run II” tour, just released a new album called, Everything Is Love. It’s been a great weekend for fans of the couple, who get to see them perform together live and also get to hear new music from them in a collaborative effort.
And one of their famous cohorts, the rapper, Common, came out in support of the pair’s latest record. According to the rapper, when he was in LA on Saturday night at Craig’s, the rapper said that he gave it a “5-star” review because it was “dope.”
He added, “I love that s**t.” As it was previously reported, Bey and Jay announced the news of their album on Friday night during a concert in London, England.
Following the revelation, many of their fans began downloading it immediately, and Common was one of those people. The rapper explained that the couple managed to bring two critical elements together, “creativity and love.”
Additionally, the latest album features some shots at Kanye West, on two of the tracks, “Boss,” and “Friends.” However, Common, who is a frequent collaborator with Kanye, is obviously not going to get in the middle of that.
‘Ye and Jay are friends and business partners but their personalities are diametrically opposed to each other. Jay-Z has become one of the most successful rappers in the game and has a measured way of conducting himself in public.
Kanye, on the other hand, while he is also incredibly successful as a businessman and fashion icon, is more inclined to generate controversy in the public’s sphere.
Back in May, Kanye stormed the offices at TMZ with Conservative pundit, Candace Owens, and talked about how slavery was merely mental – a choice. His comments led to the rapper situating himself at the center of ridicule from many people in his industry, including Jamie Foxx, Eve, will.I.am, and Chris Brown, among others.