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Video: Beyoncé and Jay-Z's Four Cutest Collaborations For Their Fourth Anniversary

Jay-Z spent part of his fourth wedding anniversary today shopping for jewels in New York. The milestone is a special one for the couple, who love the number four. Find out all the meanings behind their favorite numeral and check out their four cutest collaborations in this PopSugar Rush.

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z have reached their fourth wedding anniversary! Hey there, I'm Karli Bulnes. We're counting down their cutest collaborations in honor of their special day. It's no secret Beyonce and Jay-Z have a special love for the number four — both stars were born on the fourth of the month, they were married on April fourth, it's the title of Bey's fourth album, and the roman numeral for four — I and V — make up their daughter's middle name, Ivy. With so much meaning behind their special number, their fourth wedding anniversary is sure to stand out, and in honor of the celebration, we're counting down their four cutest collaborations! 4. Bonnie & Clyde Climb the Charts "All I need in this life of sin is me and my girlfriend." During the course of their careers, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have appeared in multiple music videos together, though the first one — for '03 Bonnie & Clyde — is one of our favorites because it showcases the young couple's budding romance. "And I'd do anything necessary for her so don't let the necessary occur, yup!" 3. Crazy in Love Live "How you think I got the name Hova…the game's over" Over the years, Bey and Jay have gotten more comfortable flaunting their love on stage together. This performance from the 2003 Video Music Awards is especially special though since Jay was supporting Bey as she stepped out solo for the first time. 2. Cute Coachella Couple "Sing!/Forever young, I wanna be forever young./Young/Do you really want to live forever, foreever and ever!" In 2010, Bey surprised the audience at the Coachella music festival by accompanying Jay on the track, "Young Forever." They sounded great, acted adorably, and were all anyone was talking about at the time. 1. Big Baby News And finally, Beyoncé's very public baby announcement at the 2011 Video Music Awards wasn't technically a shared performance for the couple, but their big smiles and candid reactions go down in history as one of their most memorable moments. Happy Anniversary to the Carters!



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