The Love on Tour album cover, which features a starry sky and the phrase “Love on tour,” was originally released in 2011 as the album’s “first single,” and the first to feature a duet with Beyoncé, who sang the track “Love Is All Around.”
The cover also featured an image of the band’s logo.
However, the album was removed from iTunes’ list of top-selling albums by Apple’s App Store last week.
In a statement, a representative for the company said the album had been removed because “it contains material that may infringe on the copyrights of others.”
A representative for Beyoncé’s label, Jay Z, said the song was taken down because it was a collaboration with a celebrity.
“We are in the process of working with Apple on a new album, but as of right now we are unable to release it because it contains material on which we believe other artists may infringes,” Jay Z said in a statement to MTV News.
The song, which is available on iTunes, was originally uploaded by a fan on a popular social media platform in November 2011, the same month Beyoncé debuted the single “Love is All Around” at the Billboard Music Awards.