Jay-Z and Beyoncé clearly aren't afraid to revisit their rocky past.
Jay Z just dropped the visual album for his new "Family Feud" track on Friday, and you can bet there's a whole lot of Beyoncé in it (as there damn well should be).
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Like Hov's previous 4:44 videos, "Family Feud" doesn't skimp on the star power, featuring appearances from Beyonce, Michael B. Jordan, Constance Wu, Rashida Jomes, Jessica Chastain, Rosario Dawson and more. 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.
The song's lyrics are telling as well: "Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me". Throughout the trailer, the scenes cut from the church to a love scene between an unidentified man and woman. At one point, the rapper sits in a confession booth, with his singer wife on the other side. It's like I remember my father saying when I was a little girl: "Nobody wins when the family feuds". See more photos from the "Family Feud" video here. "Let me alone, Becky". "And we started making music together". "So you go into survival mode, and when you go into survival mode what happen?" So, even with women, you gonna shut down emotionally, so you can't connect. While the video seems to be a full-on family affair, there's no sign of twins Rumi and Sir in the teaser, but perhaps the 7-month-olds will make their debut in the full version.