By Ariana Bacle
Updated February 09, 2015 at 12:00 PM EST
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Jay Z and Beyoncé went on a stadium tour together last year, they released a single that went on to win two Grammy Awards—and now, if the rumors are true, they’re working on an album together. But are we ready for it?

Apparently, we’re collectively clamoring for it: Demand for the “On the Run” tour was so high that they had to add dates, and one of the shows ended up with its very own HBO film. And the duo have already proven their collaboration abilities, beginning in 2002 with the chart-topping “03 Bonnie and Clyde.” They went on to release “Crazy in Love,” a now-classic, and, more recently, 2013’s “Drunk in Love”—a track that nabbed Grammys for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Performance (and inspired many a meme).

Jay Z has proven to be a star collaborator in general: He’s released albums with Linkin Park, R. Kelly, and Kanye West and joined forces with Justin Timberlake for a tour and multiple songs. It only makes sense that his next album-length partnership would be one with his award-winning, wildly popular wife.