Jay-Z drops new teaser clip

Kelvin Reese
December 30, 2017

Reuters/Mario AnzuoniRapper Jay Z and wife Beyonce during their performance at the opening act at the 56th annual Grammy Awards on January 26 in LA.

The religious scene is interspersed with flashes of a couple having sex - most likely a reference to his cheating.

In a snippet from the accompanying music video, Mr Carter is seen "confessing" to Beyonce in a Church and there are snippets of Blue Ivy, the couple's daughter, too. Titled "Family Feud", the track was taken from Jay-Z's "4:44".

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This marks the 11th video released from Jay-Z's 4:44 album, which made its debut in June on Tidal. The teaser also shows Jay-Z in the confession booth while Beyoncé listens on the other side. "And we started making music together".

The thirty-second clip ends with his bars from the first verse stating the obvious "Nobody wins when the family feuds". More information is expected to be revealed before then.

In a video shared on the music mogul's streaming service Tidal, the short teaser clip features Beyonce dressed very grand and their five-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy, and the family are seen in a church. As such, fans are expecting "Family Feud" to be as intense as the trailer.

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