Jay-Z releases 'Family Feud' video, featuring Beyonce, Blue Ivy and his take on infidelity

Jay-Z premiered his much-awaited Family Feud strain video Friday on his Tidal music streaming use and it delivers large in stars and revelation.

The stellar expel includes his mother Beyoncé, credited as Beyoncé Knowles Carter, along with Thandie Newton, Brie Larson, Jessica Chastain, Michael B. Jordan, Mindy Kaling and David Oyelowo.

Tidal tweeted out a teaser for a video Thursday (below). The full video is now accessible to subscribers.

The scarcely eight-minute film, destined by Ava Duvernay, takes a chronological outing in reverse, starting in 2444 and ending adult in 2018 with Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy in church. His wife, Beyoncé, afterwards appears. 

The prolongation has a Godfather vibe to it, finish with cathedral scene, and Jay-Z references a classical film when he raps.

The strain mogul, who starts rapping during about a 5½-minute mark, afterwards goes into a confessional where he appears to admit infidelity to Beyoncé, rapping: “I (messed) adult a good thing … Let me alone, Becky./A male who don’t caring about his family can’t be rich.”

As Jay-Z performs, a film cuts to Beyoncé looking cathedral regal, clad in stately blue with a Renaissance-style headpiece. At one point, he asks for an “Amen” from a assemblage and Beyoncé complies in song.

His end includes a line: “Nobody wins when a family feuds.”

Becky is a anxiety to a line from Beyonce’s song, Sorry: “He usually wish me when I’m not there/He improved call Becky with a good hair.”

Earlier in a film, a different organisation of women from 2050 lay during a boardroom list reworking a U.S. Constitution. The lady in assign (Susan Kelechi Watson of This Is Us) appears to be an adult chronicle of Blue Ivy, as she says: “America is a family and a whole family should be free. … Like we remember my father observant when we was a small girl: ‘Nobody wins when a family feuds.’ “

Family Feud is from Jay Z’s album 4:44. In November, a rapper did an talk with The New York Times in that he discussed infidelity and said: “The hardest thing is saying pain on someone’s face that we caused, and afterwards have to understanding with yourself.” 

Janet Mock, who appears in a video, tweeted a print that facilities many of her co-stars. 

Others in a video embody Rosario Dawson, Omari Hardwick, America Ferrera, Rashida Jones, Constance Wu and Niecy Nash.

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