Jay Z makes political statements in star-studded 'Family Feud' music video

Jay Z makes political statements in star-studded 'Family Feud' music video

Jay Z makes political statements in star-studded 'Family Feud' music video

The footage spans more than 400 years, beginning in the year 2444 with Michael B. Jordan starring in a Shakespearean tale of infidelity, politics and murder before working its way through different generations.

The epic almost eight minute video was directed by Ava DuVernay, scored by Flying Lotus and features Beyonce, Blue Ivy, Michael B. Jordan, Jessica Chastain, Thandie Newton, Trevante Rhodes, America Ferreria, Brie Larson, Niecy Nash, Rosario Dawson and others.

The "Family Feud" vid is just the latest visual from 4:44, following clips for "Legacy", "Marcy Me", "Smile", "Moonlight", "Adnis", "4:44", "Kill Jay Z", "BAM", and "The Story of O.J.", among others. We'll break it down for you. "Let me alone, Becky".

"We all screwed 'cause we never had the tools".

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One thing's for sure, we can not wait for the full thing. America is a family and the whole family should be free.

Just one example? During a show in OH as part of the couple's 2014 On The Run tour, the Queen Bey changed the lyrics during a performance of Resentment to ensure the tune directly nodded to her own 14-year long relationship with Jay Z.

"I see you, I love you", the rapper said to Cruz before asking audience members to help Cruz make her way onto the stage. "You have to survive". "So you go into survival mode, and when you go into survival mode what happen?" In my case, like, it's deep.

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