Bey appears in the powerful and cryptic clip, watching over him from the altar while he walks with their precious 5-year-old daughter Blue Ivy. It's like I remember my father saying when I was a little girl: "'Nobody wins when the family feuds'".
The "Family Feud" vid is just the latest visual from 4:44, following clips for "Legacy", "Marcy Me", "Smile", "Moonlight", "Adnis", "4:44", "Kill Jay Z", "BAM", and "The Story of O.J.", among others. In the meantime, Tidal has also released the 30-second trailer that features Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Blue Ivy. "We were using our art nearly like a therapy session", JAY previously revealed to the New York Times about releasing his album 4:44 around the same time as Beyonce's chart-topper Lemonade. You shut down all emotions. New York's God MC goes on to sit in the confessional booth with Queen B sitting on the opposite side.
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Further reports reveal that this will be the only music video that features Beyoncé and fans have pointed out that the entire music video is set to feature the rough patch in Jay-Z's life, which is presumably when he cheated on Beyoncé.
The highly-anticipated video to JAY-Z's track all about his infidelities, Family Feud, has finally been released on Friday!
The song's lyrics are telling as well: "Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me". Jay-Z's album, "4:44", was nominated eight times for this year's Grammy Awards.