Pop culture and music royalty Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and her rap mogul husband, Jay-Z, made a surprise visit to Jamaica.

Riding On A Motorcycle

The Carters filmed segments for their upcoming concert tour, On the Run II, in the island nation. Photographers and social media users spotted the duo riding a sleek motorcycle surrounded by vegetation. Jay-Z snarled at onlookers while sporting a black jumpsuit and a turquoise turtleneck, while Knowles-Carter looked low key in a pink and blue top, fishnets, and big neon pink boots.

Metro, who tracked down the duo, found that the pair were in Trench Town. The media outlet stated that the duo might have been in the island nation to record new music. Fans also believed that the couple's trip is a stepping stone for new music.

"I have a feeling that there's a joint album AND a solo album," wrote one Twitter follower in a statement transcribed by Metro.

Meanwhile, E! News reported that that the duo was in Reggae music legend, Bob Marley's, old haunts as one of their filming locations. It also seemed that Beyoncé was more receptive to her fans than her husband. Insiders stated that the "Daddy's Lessons" singer-songwriter acknowledged them during production as she shared her love with air kisses.

Matthew On 'Wendy'

As the Carters prepare for their upcoming tour, many members of the Beyhive are wondering about Knowles-Carter's thoughts on her estranged father, Matthew, making an upcoming appearance on The Wendy Williams Show. Knowles is expected to make his debut on the Emmy-nominated talk show on Friday, March 23. Williams has been notorious for badmouthing Knowles-Carter on her show. During the show's Feb. 20 episode, the outspoken talk show host stated that Beyoncé needed to use autotune to perform.

Blue Ivy Stuns At Art Auction

The Carters' trip to Jamaica comes days after the couple's oldest daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, turned heads at the 2018 Wearable Art Gala. The singer's mother, Tina Knowles and stepfather Richard Lawson, hosted the fundraiser to raise money for the Where Art Can Occur Theater Center. However, Blue Ivy decided to go all-in to get a painting of the legendary actor Sidney Poitier.

Eventually, the couple's 6-year-old daughter got into a bidding war with Tyler Perry and the "Empire State of Mind" rapper had to playfully take away the paddle when the child bid $19,000 for the painting. Perry ended up paying $20,000 for the art.

Nanny Duty

As the Carters venture on their multiple city tour, On the Run Tour 2,  there will most likely be plenty of people behind the scenes to support the players. The couple needs to hire nannies to watch over Blue Ivy and her twin siblings, Rumi and Sir, while they take on multiple stages in their arena tour.