Now you can -- thanks to the Louvre's new "Jay-Z and Beyoncé at the Louvre" self-guided tour, which spotlights 17 artworks used in the music video for "Apes**t," the super successful single the couple surprise-dropped in June.

In the striking video, filmed on location in the Paris museum, celebrated works of art including the "Mona Lisa" form the backdrop of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's first musical collaboration as The Carters.
The video -- which has had more than 68 million views and counting -- has been interpreted as a comment on Western art history and its eradication of people of color. It's the first video for the couple's new album, "Everything is Love."

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