Beyonce Releases New Version of 'Die With You' Dedicated to Jay Z on Their 9th Wedding Anniversary

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Tuesday marks nine years of marriage for Beyoncé and Jay Z, and in honor of their special day, the pop star released a new video and audio track for her 2015 hit, "Die With You," on Tidal on Tuesday.
The montage begins with Beyoncé sitting at a piano, belting out the song's romantic lyrics, followed up with video footage of the two puffing on cigars, clinking champagne glasses and holding hands. The updated version of the video is more focused on their lives as a family with their now 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
At one point, Blue adorably kisses her pregnant mama's belly, leaving lipstick marks on her tummy and seemingly revealing that, like the rest of the world, she, too, is patiently awaiting the arrival of her soon-to-be twin siblings.
Following the release of the video and new studio version of the track exclusively on her husband's streaming service, Beyoncé took to Instagram to share a few glimpses of the stunning visual for non-Tidal users:

Queen Bey, who debuted the song on her and Jay Z's wedding anniversary two years ago, also shared a 63-track playlist dedicated to the rapper. Titled "IV EVER EVER," the list features a series of love songs, from old hits like Marvin Gaye's "I Want You" and Michael Jackson's "Butterflies," to newer hits like Coldplay's "Magic" and "Slide" by Coldplay feat. Frank Ocean and Migos.