The Lourve is banking off its recent free press.
A couple weeks back, Beyonce and Jay Z dropped off a surprise album and with it came a video for the second single, "Apeshit." The beautiful visuals were set in The Louvre and showcased a variety of historic pieces such as Marie-Guillemine Benoist’s Portrait d’une négresse (1800), Jacques Louis David’s The Coronation of Napoleon (1806-07), and Théodore Géricault’s The Charging Chasseur (1812) and 14 more jaw-dropping works of art.
Being as Bey and Jay have a huge following and the video has since pulled in just under 60 million views, fans can't help but want to know and see the exact pieces featured in the video and the iconic museum is here for it. Visitors can now take a special tour based on every art featured in the six-minute video that will take approximately an hour and a half. Check out the website here for full details.
Bey and Jay are still on their On The Run Tour II and have numerous dates left. Check out the dates here and possibly grab a last minute ticket, if you will.