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

Oscar Cross
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. New York's God MC goes on to sit in the confessional booth with Queen B sitting on the opposite side.

The 99 Problems hitmaker has shared a 30-second teaser for the new video, which will be released on Friday, and in the footage, he is seen walking hand-in-hand with his daughter into a church, where Beyonce is also featured. Throughout the trailer, the scenes cut from the church to a love scene between an unidentified man and woman. "Let me alone, Becky".

The song's lyrics are telling as well: "Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me". Furthermore, fans noted that the theme of the entire music video seems to be reminiscent of "Godfather", as it makes multiple references to it.

"And both very, very uncomfortable, but the best place in the, you know, hurricane is like in the middle of it", he said.

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.

Speaking to Dean Baquet, he said: "You shut down all emotions". In my case.it's deep.

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