But that's not all: Jay Z also opens up in a really transparent verse about his infidelity and his marriage with Beyoncé-just like he did in "4:44," (that's also the title track for the record that "Family Feud" features on). Throughout the trailer, the scenes cut from the church to a love scene between an unidentified man and woman.
The teaser ends with Jay sitting in a confessional booth. and Bey's on the other side. We're talking Oscar winners, Golden Globe winners, and, most thrillingly, his wife Beyoncé and daughter Blue Ivy.More news: Cold weather sets in; some shots at snow, but no certainties
In November, Jay-Z told the New York Times of "4:44" and "Lemonade", "We were using our art nearly like a therapy session".
In related JAY-Z news, the Brooklyn rapper recently made one fan's day when he brought her up on stage during a show in Oakland. "We started making music together".
Directed by Ava DuVernay, the lush (Tidal-exclusive) clip for "Family Feud" begins in the year 2444, with a dramatic depiction of infidelity starring Michael B. Jordan and Thandie Newton. The full "Family Feud" video will be released exclusively on Tidal later today. More information is expected to be revealed before then. Among these was Album of the Year, Best Rap Album, and Song of the Year.