Beyonce and Jay-Z are undoubtedly the hottest power couple on the music scene right now, and will continue to be just that for a very long time. As Jay-Z revealed on the song "713" from the couple's new collab album Everything is Love, they met at MTV's Spring Break Festival in 2000. The couple to be sat next to each other on the plane ride home to New York, but nothing would spark between them until they met again two years later. Beyonce was dating someone at the time, but when she broke up with him, she set up her first date with Jay. Things clicked from there, and by 2008, they were married in a secret wedding ceremony.

Not only is the duo of Beyonce and Jay-Z a force to be reckoned with as talented individuals, it also helps that they are both insanely rich. Jay-Z's net worth is currently $810 million while Beyonce's is $900 million. With their wealth combined, that means the couple has billions of dollars to do whatever they want and go wherever they want all around the world. Over time, they both have shown that they would rather use their wealth to go to lucrative locations to film music videos. Here are just some examples of their most illustrious filming locations.

One of the standout tracks on Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail album was the song "Picasso Baby." When it came time to create a visual for the album, Hova took a unique approach to create a music video.

Rather than just produce a music video, he crafted a project called "Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film." Directed by Mark Romanek - who also directed the most expensive music video of all time, "Scream" by Janet and Michael Jackson - the video was filmed at the Pace Gallery museum and showcased Jay as he performed his song on a stage with each respective attendee who'd join him onstage. It was inspired by the performance art of Marina Abramović, who was one of the attendees.

19 BEYONCE: GOLDEN BEACH, FLORIDA FOR DRUNK IN LOVE

Beyonce's self-titled 2013 visual album was highlighted by her Grammy winning duet with Jay-Z called "Drunk in Love." When it came time to craft the visual for the song in question, Beyonce took her crew to Golden Beach, Florida and brought cameras to film in front of a beach front masse.

Golden Beach, Florida has always had a prominent presence in the heart of noteworthy songs. Eric Clapton's second solo album 461 Ocean Boulevard was named after the address where he recorded the entire album in Golden Beach. While it's likely Beyonce did not know that info before filming there, the music video certainly adds to the lineage of Golden Beach in music history.

18 JAY-Z: STAPLES CENTER FOR N***** IN PARIS

"N***** in Paris" is notorious not only for its provocative title, but for being the only Grammy winning song to feature the provocative word in question in the title. The song serves as the breakout hit single on the Jay-Z and Kanye West collab album Watch the Throne.

For the music video, the duo did not really go above and beyond - concept wise - when it came to creating a visual. All they did was record a live performance of the song they held at the historic Staples Center and included a clip from Blades of Glory. However, the raw energy of a raucous Staples Center crowd matches the raw intensity of the song, and in that regard at least, the music video is perfect.

17 BEYONCE: CONEY ISLAND CYCLONE ROLLERCOASTER FOR XO

Featured on her self-titled project, Beyonce's "XO" has mostly been brought up in conversation as a source of controversy for sampling audio from the infamous Space Shuttle Challenger disaster that claimed the lives of all seven of its crew members. Due to this, both the song as a whole and the music video which preceded it have gone overshadowed in the grand scheme of things.

Like many of the music videos featured on her self-titled album, "XO" looks like it was fun to film. Not only because of the rides that Beyonce got to go on, but thanks to the crowd participation where fans were asked to make X and O signals with their hands.

16 JAY-Z: MONACO FOR SHOW ME WHAT YOU GOT

"Show Me What You Got" serves as the lead single on Jay-Z's ninth album - Kingdom Come - which also serves as his "comeback album," considering that The Black Album - released two years beforehand - was announced as Jay-Z's retirement album.

The music video for the song served as a clever homage to the James Bond franchise. The video duplicated famous scenes from different Bond films, and to duplicate the car chase from GoldenEye, Jay-Z took his video shoot to Monaco, with a cameo from Danica Patrick. Other Bond scenes duplicated pay homage to The World is Not Enough, You Only Live Twice, and Casino Royale.

15 BEYONCE: BEVERLY WILSHIRE HOTEL FOR 7/11

"7/11" served as one of the new tracks featured on the Platinum Edition of Beyonce's fifth album, aptly titled Beyonce. The song is most memorably highlighted by the music video which accompanied it. The video in question features Beyonce and her crew of backup dancers dancing on a patio, balcony, hotel suite, and a bathroom. Critics hailed the video as a fun, cute example of female friendship and women living their best lives.

The video was shot entirely on an iPhone 6, and was filmed at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. It is a historic luxury hotel dating all the way back to 1928, and has been the venue of choice for a host of celebrities and former United States leaders.

14 JAY-Z: TIMES SQUARE (AND OTHER PARTS OF NY) FOR EMPIRE STATE OF MIND

When Jay-Z and Alicia Keys collaborated to write and produce a love letter to New York called "Empire State of Mind," it only made sense to film the video in The Big Apple itself. New York is often painted as a place filled with dreams and opportunities, and the music video highlighted that by bringing cameras to film at Times Square,

All of the love that Jay gave to his home state paid in dividends for him as "Empire State of Mind" is the biggest record from any of his albums, earning him two Grammys and charting at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks straight.

13 BEYONCE: STOCKTON BEACH FOR MINE

There weren't many featured vocalists on Beyonce's fifth self-titled project, but among them was current rap superstar Drake. The two had a duet together on the song "Mine." The music video that was filmed for the video was a symbolic one laced with powerful, thought provoking imagery that included Beyonce in a veil and gown sitting with a dancer who is covered in white paint and a mask in her hand. The visual was based on a famous painting by Rene Magritte.

To create a moody background, Stockton Beach in Australia was chosen as the arena of choice for the video.

12 JAY-Z: 40/40 CLUB FOR ROC BOYS (AND THE WINNER IS)

In 2003, Jay-Z opened up his own sports bar and lounge called the 40/40 Club. The first club was opened in New York, but the coming years, he has since expanded with chain territories in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Brooklyn. The club is most renowned for the official sports memorablia that has been donated to the establishment's Hall of Fame section, which includes autographed gloves from the 1974 "Fight of the Century" between Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali, and Kurt Angle's WWE Championship belt.

In 2007, Hov decided to show off his establishment by showcasing it in a music video for his latest single "Roc Boys (And the Winner Is...)" from his American Gangster album.

11 BEYONCE: HAWTHORNE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FOR SUPERPOWER

"Superpower" is another song from Beyonce's self-titled project, and features guest vocals from Frank Ocean. The music video for the song has served as a bigger conversation starter than the song itself.

The video was filmed at the Hawthorne Plaza Shopping Center, which is basically a dead mall that was turned into a film set. Other than the cameos from Pharrell Williams - who helped write the song - and Beyonce's former band mates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, the video is most notable for the odd artistic choice of not having singer/dancer Beyonce lip sync or perform a dance routine.

10 JAY-Z: LOS ANGELES THEATRE FOR HEARTBREAKER

This one is kind of cheating given that "Heartbreaker" technically isn't a "Jay-Z song" per se, since he merely provided guest vocals on a Mariah Carey track. Still, this deserves an entry if only because the history of the Los Angeles Theatre is interesting and worth talking about.

The music video for "Heartbreaker" filmed at the Los Angeles Theatre cost $2.5 million to make, officially making it the 11th most expensive music video ever made. The Los Angeles Theatre was constructed in 1930, and closed its doors in 1994. The place is now mostly used as a filming location for movies, shows, commercials, and such as with this entry's case, music videos.

9 BEYONCE: THE STANDARD FOR ROCKET

Because we just cannot get enough of talking about Beyonce's fifth self-titled studio album - to be fair, it is a fantastic album - this entry is all about her track "Rocket." What sets this track apart from most of the videos from the album is that this one is one of the few music videos which Beyonce herself actually directs. Granted, she does so alongside Ed Burke and Bill Kirstein, but she directs nonetheless.

The video was filmed in a room known as the Hudson Studio at a hotel called The Standard, which is located in Manhattan, New York.

8 JAY-Z: FORT TOTTEN PARK FROM RUN THIS TOWN

Jay-Z's eleventh studio album, The Blueprint 3, featured a track between himself, Rihanna, and Kanye West called "Run this Town." While the song itself received mixed reviews, the song performed well on the charts and became a mega hit, earning Grammys for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song.

The music video was filmed at the historic Fort Totten Park, which once served as one of seven temporary defense forts during the Civil War. The video shows the trio of musicians as they stand surrounded by angry protesters in a post-apocalyptic environment. Considering the history of the park, it is somewhat of an ironic choice of filming location.

7 BEYONCE: PUERTO RICO FOR HEAVEN

Another video directed by her and filmed for her fifth self-titled studio album, Beyonce filmed the music video for "Heaven" in Puerto Rico. She also wrote herself a script for the music video, including several visual cues and references she had in mind for the video. The entire video was based on Beyonce watching her mother lose her best friend. The video details two little girls who are best friends doing amazing things together, only to find out in the end of the video that one of those girls was no longer living.

Some of the video's other scenes included clips filmed in New York City - specifically in Times Square - but the larger base of the video is filmed in Puerto Rico.

6 JAY-Z: PRAGUE FOR NO CHURCH IN THE WILD

"No Church in the Wild" serves as both the seventh single and the first track to be featured on the Jay-Z and Kanye West collab album Watch the Throne. The song also features guest vocals from Frank Ocean and The-Dream. The collaboration earned all four men a Grammy win for Best Rap/Sung Performance.

While the music video does not feature any of the artists performing the song, it does feature two legendary Prague landmarks in the National Theatre and Jan Palach Square. Prague is located in the Czech Republic. The video highlights a riot between protesters and a swat team.

5 BEYONCE: OAK ALLEY PLANTATION FOR DEJA VU

"Deja Vu" - which also featured guest vocals from her then-boyfriend and future husband Jay-Z - served as the lead single on Beyonce's second solo project B'Day. The music video that accompanied the song was just as culturally significant as the song itself.

The video has two locations. One was filmed in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Maple Leaf Bar while the other was in Carrollton and Vacherie, Louisiana at the Oak Alley Plantation. Oak Alley Plantation is historic for being a slave plantation originally built in 1837. It was established by French Creole Valcour Aime to grow sugarcane, with the most famous slave being a gardener and grafting expert named Antoine.

4 JAY-Z: MIAMI FOR AIN'T NO N****

"Ain't No N****" served as the second single on Jay-Z's first album, Reasonable Doubt, and was featured on the soundtrack for The Nutty Professor, which starred Eddie Murphy. Jay-Z's debut album charted at #3 on the R&B and Hip Hop Billboard charts, while the soundtrack for The Nutty Professor peaked at #1 on the same Billboard chart.

As a new rapper on the streets, Hov was looking to make an impact in a way that would get him noticed. There's no better way to get noticed than film the music video to his second single in sizzling hot Miami, using boiling beaches and the wavy palm tree scenery to showcase himself as a superstar.

3 BEYONCE: LOUVRE FOR APES**T

The Louvre - located in Paris, France - is world renowned for being the largest art museum and the largest historic monument on the face of the earth. Despite the museum being of such massive scale with over 8 million visitors in the last year, Beyonce and Jay-Z were able to shoot a music video for their song "APES**T" there in total secrecy.

The couple have visited the museum together four times over the past decade, and on their last visit suggested to the museum's management that they shoot a video there. To keep the project a secret, it is believed the couple shot the video on two Tuesdays in May, given that the museum is closed every Tuesday.

2 JAY-Z: TRINIDAD FOR BIG PIMPIN

"Big Pimpin'" was the fourth and final single on Jay-Z's fourth album, Vol. 3...Life and Times of S. Carter. The song was also the biggest single on the entire album, charting at #18 on the Billboard Hot 100, and is ranked among Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Despite all of the fame and acclaim that the song gave him, Jay-Z looks back on much of the song's content with regret as he didn't find the lyrics to be "profound" looking back on them.

Despite that, the song helped put Hov at the top of the rap world. He really was big pimpin' and to showcase it, he filmed the music video on the beautiful islands of Trinidad.

1 BEYONCE: FUN PLEX FOR BLOW

Among the several music videos which Beyonce secretly filmed for her self-titled fifth album, one of the more significant ones was "Blow." The video was significant because the location where it was filmed was a personal one for Beyonce.

The music video was filmed at the Fun Plex roller rink which she frequently attended as a child in her hometown of Houston, Texas. The video was clearly a fun experience to shoot for everyone involved, just as much as the song itself is a fun one to listen to.

Beyonce has come out and said that the video shoot was beautiful not only because of the location that was fun to shoot at, but she also loved working with Hype Williams, who directed this video.

References: telegraph.co.uk, Wiki