Beyoncé celebrated her seven-year wedding anniversary with her husband Jay Z yesterday in a way only Queen B could — by dropping a new song. The love song, called "Die With You," is filled with heartfelt lyrics to her husband that will make you melt.
In clips released on her social media accounts, the 33-year-old musician, clad in a backwards baseball cap and a "Thriller" T-shirt, plays the piano and sings, "'Cause darling, I wake up just to sleep with you. I open my eyes so I could see with you, and I live so I can die with you."
Our prediction: This song, which will be perfect for a bride and groom's first dance, could get bigger than John Legend's "All of Me."
The full version of the ballad is available on Tidal, a new streaming service Jay Z launched last week. Fans sign up for $20 a month, and can listen to unlimited amounts of music and gain access to exclusives from artists such as Madonna, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Coldplay, and, of course, Beyoné.
Beyoncé and Jay Z married April 4, 2008, with little public fanfare, and have kept their relationship largely from the public eye. But that doesn't keep the couple from sharing their affection and support for one another. When Beyoncé took the stage at this year's Grammy Awards to accept the award for Best R&B Performance for "Drunk In Love," which features her husband, Bey was quick to give him a shout out. "I'd like to thank my beloved husband," she said, tears touching her eyes. "I love you deep. "