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Jay Z and Beyonce embrace during a campaign rally for Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, in Cleveland, Friday, Nov. 4, 2016. Clinton's campaign is turning to a series of star-studded free concerts in swing states to try and energize young and minority voters. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Beyoncé just dropped a song 'Die with You' in honor of her 9th anniversary with Jay-Z


Beyoncé may be expecting twins, but that's not slowing her down.

The American singer-songwriter, who has also had brief stints as an actress and director, dropped "Die with You" on Tuesday, which also happens to be her 9th wedding anniversary with husband Jay-Z. 

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According to US Weekly, Queen Bey released "Die with You" in 2015 on their 7th anniversary. The 2017, however, features never-before-seen video from the couple's wedding as well as a cameo by their 5-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.

The singer also released a 63-track playlist titled "IV EVER EVER" on Tidal. The roughly 5-hour multi-generational playlist features artists like Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, Ella Fitzgerald and OutKast.

The tribute to her husband follows speculation of marital infidelity. Her album "Lemonade" loosely confirmed rumors that the power couple was experiencing marital issues.

"They had been having problems for years," a source close to the couple told E! News. "There was a constant commitment issue between them and in the end they were barely speaking. Beyoncé didn't fully trust Jay and it was hard for her to get past that."

The full song can be downloaded on Tidal.

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