By JADE WATKINS
She collaborates with her husband on his most recent album, which is sure to be a big hit.
So Beyonce had plenty to celebrate on Wednesday night when Jay-Z threw a party in honour of his new record Magna Carta... Holy Grail.
The 32-year-old singer was seen sipping on what appeared to be a glass of cognac as she chatted and mingled with other revellers at the bash which was held at a warehouse in Brooklyn, New York.
In Twitter pictures posted by other partygoers, Beyonce was also seen having a dance alongside her hubby.
The songstress was casually dressed for the evening, wearing a pair of denim cut-off shorts and a white long sleeve lace blouse.
The mother-of-one also went minimal with her make-up and had her lightened tresses out in a wavy style.
Beyonce was seen chatting to several people at the party
Beaming, she was clearly having a ball alongside her man who was wearing a very large gold chain around his neck over his white T-shirt and black blazer combination.
Jay-Z's hotly anticipated album is destined to be a sure fire hit with the back-up of his wife as well as singer Justin Timberlake.
The 32-year-old crooner is lending his sexy signature voice on the rapper's newest effort Magna Carta... Holy Grail.
Beyonce has also collaborated with husband Jay on a different track titled Part II (On The Run) - available to listen on Soundcloud - which is a follow up to their 03 Bonnie & Clyde.
On July 4, Jay-Z's album became available for eligible Samsung users who have already downloaded the #magnacarta app.
The rest of Justin, Jay-Z and Beyonce fans will have to wait until Tuesday, July 9, to buy a copy of the album.
Jay-Z poses on the red carpet ahead of his big bash
And now that Justin and Jay are best of friends and singing associates, the duo won't mind heading out on tour together this summer.
Justin no doubt can't thank Jay-Z enough for lending him HIS voice for his lead single Suit & Tie from his hot-selling The 20/20 Experience.
According to Billboard.com, Justin's comeback is the best-selling R&B-hip-hop album so far this year with 2,037,000 copies sold.
Jay-Z's new album features the Salisbury Cathedrals Chapter House, home to its original copy of Magna Carta 1215
WHAT THE CRITICS SAY: EARLY REVIEWS OF MAGNA CARTA HOLY GRAIL
USA Today: 'The music was more than worth the wait. With platinum status guaranteed even before his album goes on sale July 9, he could have just mailed it in. But he stays on top, because he refuses to do anything less than epic.'
MTV: 'If Magna Carta proves anything it's that no matter how futuristic your music distribution methods becomes, banging beats and choice rhymes will always remain timeless.'
Guardian: 'Whereas Kanye West's Yeezus was certainly flawed, it was a statement of intent that kept me interested in West as an artist; it was pushing, if not forward exactly, then at least somewhere. But there's little on Magna Carta that I haven't heard from Jay-Z before.'
LA Times: 'The best sample on the album, by far, occurs on "Jay Z Blue," a song that name checks Blue Ivy, the rapper’s daughter with wife Beyonce. The clip is from “Mommie Dearest,” the Joan Crawford biopic starring Faye Dunaway as the unhinged starlet. The use of two samples from the movie - one long one at the beginning and the classic “No more wire hangers!” tantrum in the middle - adds levity to an otherwise touching and insightful song about parenthood.'
NY Daily News: 'In 'Jay-Z Blue,' the star raps about the pains of fatherhood in contrast to the the icky coos of his earlier salute to his child, 'Glory.' For a shot of unexpected hilarity, he samples lines from Mommie Dearest, expressing his fear of becoming the male Joan Crawford... the fact that Jay has allowed more vulnerability and rumination to balance out his continuing wit and fun means he may be well on his way to becoming his genre's answer to the great bard.'
Billboard: 'Jay's trying to be a lot of things to all people, as one does when as big as he is. And while it's unfair to measure Jay against others, we're living in a world where Yeezus has risen, and it feels like Jay's dipping a toe rather than fully diving in. When Kanye is heaving bombs from across the court, you can't clap so loud when Jay lobs lay-ups.That's not to say it's not good - it is - sometimes you just want to see some sweat.'
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