Jay-Z Confesses to Beyonce in a Church in “Family Feud” Video
Aside from the 4:44 title track, JAY-Z's "Family Feud" is one of the rapper's most honest tracks on the album and the song now gets a visual treatment to go along with it.
Like Hov's previous 4:44 videos, "Family Feud" doesn't skimp on the star power, featuring appearances from Beyonce, Michael B. Jordan, Constance Wu, Rashida Jomes, Jessica Chastain, Rosario Dawson and more.
The Ava DuVernay-directed visuals begin with a quote from James Baldwin before taking a leap to the year 2444 where a murder was committed. The "Family Feud" video then jumps to 2050, where we see an older Blue Ivy revising the constitution among a group of powerful women.
Parts of the video also takes place in a church, featuring a shot of Jay walking down an aisle with a Blue Ivy at his side. The rapper also makes his way to a confession booth where Beyonce is sitting on the other side. "I told my wife the spiritual shit really work," Jay raps in the video.
In related JAY-Z news, the Brooklyn rapper recently made one fan's day when he brought her up on stage during a show in Oakland. The woman, Christina Cruz, was holding up a sign that stated she beat cancer twice before being pointed out by Hov.
"I see you, I love you," the rapper said to Cruz before asking audience members to help Cruz make her way onto the stage. Shortly after, the woman appeared on stage with Hov and the two shared a memorable hug.
Check out the "Family Feud" video below.
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