Beyoncé and Jay-Z's Everything Is Love is finally getting a physical release on June 6. Fans can now pre-order the joint album.
A few weeks after the nine-track LP dropped online, reports revealed that the CD edition is also coming this week.
'Everything Is Love' CD Pre-Order Now Available
The album appeared on Amazon this week as an audio CD for $13.98. It is now available for pre-orders and will be ready to ship by Friday.
There is no word on whether the album will be released on vinyl.
Everything Is Love immediately became a massive hit when it came out on June 16 on Tidal. Billboard reports that the album reached the top spot of the R&B/Hip-Hop chart in its first week. According to the tally of Nielsen Music, it earned around 123,000 equivalent album units shortly after launch.
The album also made it to the second spot of the Billboard 200, just behind 5 Seconds of Summer's Youngblood. Without a physical CD release and by debuting first on Tidal before it became available on Spotify and Apple Music, the joint project was at a disadvantage. However, as expected, the BeyHive came through by bringing the album into the Top 5 of the charts.
Five songs from Everything Is Love also entered the Hot 100, with the lead single "Apes***" debuting at the 13th spot of the mainstream singles chart. "Boss," "Summer," "Nice," and "Friends" also made appearances on the chart.
50 Cent Calls Out Beyoncé, Jay-Z
Unfortunately, not everyone was a fan of Mr. and Mrs. Carter's new album. 50 Cent, in a new interview, thinks that Jay-Z was not playing fair when he released Everything Is Love on the same week that Nas dropped NASIR.
"I know what you did to Nas, Jay," he said in an interview. "This n**** still slapping him without everybody noticing what's going on."
@50cent on Jay and Nas dropping albums at the same time @shade45 #GetTheStrap #4thofjuly weekend mix! #WhoolywoodShuffle pic.twitter.com/tTNnXilxtH — DJ Whoo Kid (@DJWhooKid) June 30, 2018
NME notes that Nas and Jay-Z had a feud back in the day after the "The World Is Yours" rapper failed to show up in the studio to record "Reasonable Doubt." Fiddy thinks that Jay-Z is still trying to sabotage Nas for what happened back in the 90s.
Despite the tough competition, NASIR still performed impressively on the charts. Last month, the album produced by Kanye West debuted at the fifth spot of the Billboard 200. It became the rapper's 12th album to make it into the Top 10 of the albums charts.