JAY-Z appears to ask Beyonce to forgive him for cheating in the official music video for his song "Family Feud". But in 2016, the world as we knew it was turned upside down when Beyoncé not-so-subtly exposed Jay-Z for his countless infidelities on Lemonade.
Jay-Z has released a music video for nearly every song on his latest album 4:44 but has hardly appeared in any, except for 'BAM'. But this one might be different, as Jay-Z seems to be featured more prominently in various scenes.
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In November, Jay-Z told the New York Times of "4:44" and "Lemonade", "We were using our art nearly like a therapy session". The rapper also makes his way to a confession booth where Beyonce is sitting on the other side.
Bey stabs a presumably cheating couple in the video - and does it all in style, of course.
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The rapper says, "nobody wins when a family feuds" as he sits in a confessional, telling Beyoncé about his sins. The full "Family Feud" video will be released exclusively on Tidal later today. More information is expected to be revealed before then. A short trailer for the visual, which features Jay Z, Beyonce and 5-year-old Blue Ivy, was posted to the TIDAL Instagram page early Thursday morning. Almost every song in his latest album now has a music video.
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