Jay-Z and Beyoncé appear in

Jay-Z and Beyoncé appear in "Family Feud" music video

Darren Sullivan
December 30, 2017

Titled "Family Feud", the track was taken from Jay-Z's "4:44". 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.

This marks the 11th video released from Jay-Z's 4:44 album, which made its debut in June on Tidal.

The music video-directed by none other than Ava DuVernay, who's had experience directing rap films-tries to tie together a story about family that spans decades. "Let me alone, Becky".

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The song's lyrics are telling as well: "Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me". "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. Furthermore, fans noted that the theme of the entire music video seems to be reminiscent of "Godfather", as it makes multiple references to it. He emphasized that they worked side-by-side on the albums and admitted that the experience was painful for them.

"You go into survival mode, and when you go into survival mode what happen (sic)?" So, even with women, you gonna shut down emotionally, so you can't connect.

He added, "In my case, like it's, it's deep". We'll have to tune in tomorrow, when the full video is released, to find out.